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State Historic Sites Free Day

Celebrate THC State Historic Sites Free Day on May 6

In celebration of National Preservation Month and Texas Travel and Tourism Week, the THC will offer free admission to state historic sites on Sunday, May 6. From military strongholds to house museums, plantations, and American Indian settlements, these historic sites offer visitors the opportunity to truly experience the real places of Texas and the stories they preserve.

Several of the THC’s sites are currently undergoing renovations or restorations, so check the site’s homepage to ensure it is open.

Have a Free Visit the THC State Historic Site Near You

Click the icons on the map below to view each historic site and access individual websites to learn more. Select sites on this map will not be currently operating, so check the site’s homepage to ensure it is open.

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One comment

  1. George H. Russell

    It is totally unethical to ever charge even one penny to visit taxpayer supported historic sites, museums or parks.

    Charging admission insures that over 50% of the children of Texas will be excluded for lack of family funds.

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