Chappell Hill Historical Society Museum aims to preserve and promote the city's history through interactive exhibits and exciting events. The museum is home to a fascinating collection of historic documents, photographs, artifacts and other objects that depict the lifestyle and culture of the city. Visitors can learn about some interesting historical facts and relive some of the most iconic moments in the city's history through a number of intriguing exhibits.
Liendo Plantation is an eminent cotton plantation in Waller County, Texas. It is a Greek Revival structure constructed in 1853. Most commonly, Liendo is accessible for public viewing on the first Saturday of every month. Admission fees are reasonable and tour timings are 10:00a, 11:30a and 1:00p respectively. The plantation and surrounding grounds are charming, and provide a great deal of pleasure to visitors. It is spread across 67,000 acres (27,113 hectares). Privately-owned, it transacts in breeding and selling cattle, apart from opening once a month for historic tours.
Located near Belleville in Austin County, TX, the Old Masonic Hall building was used as a church and school till about 1881. It was only in 1886 that the premises were chartered as a Masonic Hall. Members of the Masonic Lodge were prominent citizens and played an important role in political, business and religious aspects of the community. The property was enlisted in the US National Register of Historical Places in 1986.
The Gallery Downtown is a trendy art space showcasing contemporary art work of local artists. The gallery also music nights where local artists come together to jam together while they serve food and drinks. This place is more like a social venue for bringing together the people of Navasota in an inspired art space and get artists to collaborate.
In 1836, while the Alamo was under siege, 59 delegates met here at the Brazos State Historical Park to declare independence from Mexico. Located 70 miles northwest of Houston, this 293-acre state park appeals to history buffs and nature lovers alike. You can tour Independence Hall, study the Republic of Texas' unique history at the Star of the Republic Museum, or experience life on a 19th century plantation at Barrington Living History Farm. Facilities include a playground and 26 picnic sites in a pecan grove near the river. This place is daily open to the public at 8am.