San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site

220 2nd Street, San Felipe, TX 77473 - United States

979-885-2181

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Commemorating the location where, in 1823, Stephen F. Austin established a headquarters for his colony in Mexican Texas, San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site and new museum share the stories of early settlers in this region. Today, visitors can walk in the footsteps of these early pioneers at what was the social, economic, and political center of American emigration to Texas before independence. San Felipe de Austin didn’t survive the war for Texas independence -- it was burned by its own residents as they evacuated during the Runaway Scrape of 1836.

Exhibits

Museum Day hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Site entrance will be free for Museum Day admission card holders and one guest.

Exhibits, Map Plaza and interpretive walking trails will be open for visitors.

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