From prehistoric times to 1951, the Colorado River plunged over the falls at this location on its romp to the Gulf of Mexico. The falls, just upriver from the present Hwy 281 bridge, were covered by the waters of Lake Marble Falls after Max Starcke Dam was built in 1951.

To order a memorial granite square, please contact the Museum office. Donations begin at $150, supporting operation of the Museum.

We honor our departed with an everlasting memorial on the front steps to the Museum -- 12-inch squares of Sunset Red granite embossed with the names of the honorees. 

Commemorative Tiles

Open 10am-4pm Thursday - Friday - Saturday

2001 Broadway Street
PO Box 1333
Marble Falls, Texas 78654

Phone: 830-798-2157