Home
Visitor Center
Tours
Special Events
Location
Photo Gallery
Texas Timeline
Independence Hall
Barrington
Star of the Republic Museum
Fanthorp Inn
Six Flags Over Texas
Interactive Tools
 
About Us
Memberships
Support Us
Contact Us

Jewelry

Revered as the one of Texas’ most significant historic places,
it was here in 1836 that representatives of the Texas settlements met to make a formal declaration of independence from Mexico. A replica of Independence Hall Signers at Independence Hallmarks the place where the Texas Declaration of Independence was signed and the government of the Republic of Texas was created.

Walk in the footsteps of Davy Crockett as you continue past Independence Hall and make your way down historic Ferry Street. At the end of your walk, enjoy the beautiful view of the Brazos and Navasota Rivers at our scenic overlook.

Tours of Independence Hall are offered daily and provide a great opportunity to discover the unique history of Texas. Check at the Visitor Center for times and required tickets.

"This is a rare opportunity to educate children and all visitors about the history and significance of this historic site. History comes alive and becomes three dimensional. Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site is a tremendous resource for this unique period in Texas history!"

- Deanna Alfred, Ed.D.

Photo: TxDOT

LINKS   |   SPONSORS   |  LOCAL WEATHER   |   CONTACT US   |   HOME

 

 

Copyright 2010-2014 Washington-on-the-Brazos State Park Association,
23400 Park Road 12, P.O. Box 305, Washington, TX 77880  |  936-878-2214
Website design by JOD
TPW