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San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site

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220 2nd Street
San Felipe, TX 77473 United States
http://www.VisitSanFelipeDeAustin.com

The county is named after Stephen F. Austin, who chose San Felipe as his home.The San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site, The Colonial Capital of Texas, was right where Texas got it’s start. The site preserves a portion of the townsite of San Felipe de Austin that served as the colonial capital of Texas. Visitors can explore the life of Stephen F. Austin, the “Father of Texas,” and his impact on the settlement and independence of Texas. On a picturesque bluff overlooking the Brazos River, the story of Austin and the pioneers that followed him to Texas is told through statues, monuments, historical markers, a replica cabin, the Josey Store, and exhibits in the new 10,000 square-foot state-of-the-art museum.
This new museum offers visitors a chance to see unique objects on display including a desk that once belonged to Stephen F. Austin, an 1830s cast iron printing press, and many artifacts recovered during archeological investigations at the site.

Grand Opening of the new museum is on April 27, 2018! Come Join us!

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April 2019

“Sea of Mud” Archeology Exhibit at San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site Museum

April 15 @ 9:00 am - August 31 @ 5:00 pm
San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site, 220 2nd Street
San Felipe, TX 77473 United States
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“Sea of Mud” Archeology Exhibit at the San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site Spring thru Summer Texas’ newest history museum at San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site will host the “Sea of Mud” archeology exhibit from spring through summer. The exhibit is centered around the Mexican army's misfortunes for the two weeks of April 21 to May 9, 1836, during the Texas Revolution, in the aptly named "Sea of Mud," where more than 2,500 Mexican soldiers and 1,500 female camp followers…

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