The Johnny Nelson Katy Heritage Museum celebrates a 20-year anniversary June 13. Opened in 2002, the museum displays vintage farming equipment, artifacts, photographs and antiques that exemplify the city’s legacy of pioneering and agriculture. Some of these artifacts include vintage automobiles, fire trucks and original signage from the J.V. Cardiff & Sons Rice Drier.

The Heritage Museum, located at 6002 George Bush Drive, Katy, is near historic and recognizable destinations in Katy—including the "I Love Katy" mural; City Hall; and Katy Heritage Park, where residents and visitors can see and explore restored historical homes. Mayor Dusty Thiele delivered a proclamation at the June 12 ceremony to commemorate the anniversary. 281-574-8618.