Housed in the 1897 Brazoria County Courthouse and located in the area selected by Stephen F. Austin for his colony, the museum includes the Austin Colony exhibit and speaks to the frontier experience. 100 E. Cedar St. www.bchm.org
More than 42,000 acres are a nesting area for mottled ducks and wintering grounds for snow geese. Access by boat for fishing, crabbing, oystering (permitted in public waters) and waterfowl hunting in specified areas. Enjoy a six-mile, self-guided auto tour and hiking trail. Big Slough Recreation...
Experience the excitement of driving on a challenging but extremely safe course. Take an electrifying lap around the 2.38-mile course in a stock car or a Radical Sports Racer. Spend an hour on the kart track in a 9-horsepower, 4-stroke concession kart. 1 Performance Drive. www.msrhouston.com
The black granite memorial features the names of more than 180 Brazoria County service members killed in actions since World War I. It also has laser etched military pictorials and bronze statues of Medal of Honor recipient Clarence Sasser and Gold Star Mother. 111 E. Locust St.
This 70-foot replica, on a 12-foot base, recognizes the importance of Brazoria County's history to Texas and the U.S. A 900-foot "Walk of Honor," around a Texas-shaped lake, pays tribute to residents who have made a significant impact on the county since 1469. Just south of the Stephen F. Austin...
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