FBC Heritage Unlimited Museum
One of the best kept secrets in Fort Bend County is a small museum focused on the contributions of African Americams to the history of the region. FBC Heritage Unlimited Museum invites the public to explore its treasures first hand. Guest are encouraged to participate in guided or individual tours of the Museum Gallery and the new Moore-Taylor Education Building. Must see exhibits include: The Black Church, Military Hall of Fame, Spotlight on Education. Early Settlers & Family Life, and Genealogy Research Center.
FBC Heritage Unlimited Museum is a non-profit organization working toward the preservation of the African American history and legacy of families who have lived in the greater Fort Bend County area. In 2016, FBC Heritage Unlimited Museum unveiled its newest edifice the "FBC Heritage Walk of Fame," which honors pioneers of the region. Walkways surrounding the museum lead visitors to a structure featuring a grand centerpiece surrounded by memorial bricks.
Engrave Your Name into the history of FBC Heritage. FBC Heritage Unlimited Museum is seeking partners to support our effort by purchasing an "Engraved Brick" in memory of a family member, family surname, organization, etc. Your brick will be inserted into the "FBC Heritage Walk of Fame" walkway. For more information, contact Doretha Spencer at (713) 688-7883.