Where Texas Heritage Comes to Life

Be inspired by our partners – the communities, attractions and events that offer a true Authentic Texas experience.

Waco

Find out why Waco is becoming one of the most popular destinations in the Heartland


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Cedar Hill

Unsurpassed natural beauty, breathtaking views, awesome sports and outdoorable recreation!


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El Paso

See 400 years of history on the El Paso Mission Trail. San Elizario Chapel (above)


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Maverick Travel Center

Two Locations
14100 S. Hwy 281, Santo
(south of I-20 / Hwy 281 intersection)
9986 I-20, Eastland


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Texas Historical Commission

Discover the history of revolution and independence at the sites of Texas.


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Briscoe Western Art Museum

Briscoe Western Art Museum located on the Historic San Antonio River Walk


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Brownwood

Brownwood TX is where it all comes together! East meets west in this community where natural beauty & small town comfort abounds.


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Frontier Texas

Experience 90 minutes of hands-on Old West Adventure in Abilene.


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Huntsville

Museums * Cultural Events & Festivals * Sam Houston Museum * Wynne Home Arts Center * Historic Downtown * Shopping


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Laredo

Laredo’s original main street, San Bernardo Avenue, boasts over 30 import shops. Plan your next group adventure!


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Museum of the Big Bend

Celebrating the history and cultural diversity of the Big Bend region of Texas and Mexico in Alpine, Texas.


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Haskell

Join the fun at the 25th Annual Wild Horse Prairie Days in Haskell.


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Frisco

Rising above the right-field wall at Dr Pepper Ballpark, the Choctaw Lazy River provides a unique viewing experience


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Waxahachie

Treasures are blooming at every turn in downtown Waxahachie. Every weekend something’s popping up.


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Gillespie County Schools

Follow the 120-mile Gillespie County Schools Driving Trail to visit 17 historic one-room schools built between 1847 and 1936.


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Abilene

Discover this legendary land, where Texas heritage is both a birthright and a pastime.


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Grapevine

Grapevine, Texas – Vintage Texas Have fun close to home in Grapevine where there’s something for everyone.


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Tropical Trail Region

Discover the natural, cultural, and historical treasures – such as the Old Point Isabel Lighthouse – in the Texas Tropical Trail Region.


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Thurber

Once the largest town between Fort Worth and El Paso; known for coal, bricks and oil. Get a glimpse of another time at the Gordon Center.


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Denton

We’ve got just the event for you & the crew. Find them all at discoverdenton.com.


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White-Pool House Museum

Visit the oldest remaining structure in Odessa, Texas; built in 1887, restored to its original state and represents two major eras of Odessa history.


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San Angelo

An Oasis in West Texas, Off the Beaten Path.


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Bell County Museum

Located in the heart of historic downtown Belton. Hands-on activities. Dig deep into the Gault Archeological Site. Always free admission!


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Longview

Enjoy the Downtown Longview Wine Swirl with over 20 Texas wineries. Tickets $35, includes tastings, souvenir glass & wine tote.


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Ennis

Ennis Bluebonnet Festival April 17-19, 2020
National Polka Festival May 22-24, 2020


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Museum of the American G.I.

PRESERVE * HONOR * EDUCATE * Visit the museum in College Station and see History in Motion and Special Exhibits.


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Prehistoric Texas

Explore eight diverse sites including museums, a state park, a national monument and an active archeological dig.


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West Texas WWII Museums

West Texas is rich with WWII history; from ground support to aviation, journey through the story of our communities at our seven museums.


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