Public Programs

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Public Programs

Featuring original programs for adult audiences to enhance a new museum going experience.


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Come learn from Baylor professors and students as we collaborate to bring about the newest and most exciting information to hit the academic arena.



After the Guns Fell Silent - The End of the First World War, A Century On

November 8, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the World War I armistice, the Mayborn Museum will be hosting a lecture and Q&A examining the effects of the end of the war on the American home front, the key events and figures that led to the post-war peace settlements, and their remaining impact on the world and the Waco community. The program is a collaboration between the Mayborn Museum Complex and the Baylor History Department. Museum admission fee grants access to the program. Seating is limited.



Dive into topics and add to your expanse of knowledge by attending lectures from experts in the fields of history, art, and more. Lectures often include refreshments and friendly conversation prior to the event.

Featured Programs

Join us for programs that encourage in depth knowledge and hands on experience with popular topics such as music, historical events, art, and more.

paint icon Workshops

Spend some time at the Museum learning about different tricks and trades. From chalk-lettering to jewelry making, young adults and distinguished visitors love to have some crafting time too!


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