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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Free Admission to Texas Historical Sites - May 3rd

I got a note recently from the Texas Historical Commission saying various Historical Sites will offer free admission on Saturday, May 3rd.  

If you live in the Sugar Land area, I saw three sites that are within easy distance.

Click here to details on the Levi Jordan Plantation home in Brazoria County.  It showcases local agricultural history and the African-American experience in Texas.

Click here to view details on San Felipe de Austin in Austin County.  Stephen F. Austin founded San Felipe de Austin as his colony's administrative capital.  A state park offering hiking, biking, camping, and canoeing is close by if you're interested in those activities, too.

Click here to view details on the Varner-Hogg Plantation in Brazoria County.  It is the site of a restored, stately plantation home once owned by the Hogg family.