Our last stop of the day was St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church, where the Museum of East Texas is housed. The Museum of East Texas, which opened under the name “Lufkin Historical and Creative Arts Center” in 1976, was one of a number of Texas museums established in conjunction with the United States Bicentennial. It features temporary and permanent exhibitions on regional history and art.
Then we stopped by the City Hall to see their first motorized fire truck.
After our visit here, we went to Wal-mart to spend the night in their parking lot. This was my first such experience. We parked under a bright light away from the store. We had a spectacular sunset this evening.