Texas Attraction: Museums
House Museums restored by Miss Ima Hogg, furnished with German cabinet maker's furniture, painted with frescoes and murals from mid 1800s.
Educational conference facilities and dormitory on 225 acres owned by U of Texas
House museums on 225 acres with 20 acre lake purchased and restored by Miss Ima Hogg. Ownership-The University of Texas at Austin. Mid 1800s historic homes, schoolhouse, and barns furnished with period German cabinet maker's furnishings, frescoes, and murals,
Christmas at Winedale - 19th century folk-life reenactment with demonstrators of period crafts, dancers, actors, stagecoach rides, crafts, tours of houses and herb garden. Free admission
History Symposiums, Texas Master Naturalists public programs and certification 5-county area/County Agent field day events Historic Quilt Exhibits (February and November)
No pets in buildings, no smoking, pets must be on leash
Rates different for each event
One month least to one year most
Hwy 290 to FM 237 Go south to Round Top Turn on FM1457 go north Turn right on FM 2714 go 4 miles Visitor's Center-yellow building on left
Festival Hill Concert Hall Round Top Texas shopping and restaurants on the town square
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