The museum features exhibits on Dr. Sophie Hertzog, the first female railroad doctor in Texas; early city history; copies of Mexican land treaties; the area's early plantation life; and Civil War and Texas Ranger memorabilia. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Wed. and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sat., or by appointment. F...
In the shadows of a large oak tree, a group of Masons met on March 1, 1835, to sign the first Masonic Charter in Texas. The tree is part of the Texas Independence Trail. A granite plaque stands beside the tree. A map is available at the Brazoria Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center. South side of P...
Shows how the railroad helped shape the area. It displays the history of the railroad. Free. 202 W. Smith St.
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