Early settlers, including Leander M. McNelly, Confederate soldier and early Texas Ranger, are buried here. Donations accepted. West of the intersection of F.M. 1948 at F.M. 390 West. www.burtonheritagesociety.org
Features railroad memorabilia. A metal caboose and wooden caboose sit beside the old depot. Donations accepted. 507 N. Railroad St. www.burtonheritagesociety.org
See the processing of cotton from wagon to finished bale at the restored 1914 Burton Farmers Gin--the oldest operating cotton gin in the United States. The 9-acre complex also includes the Wehring Shoe Shop and Residence. No fee except for guided tours. 307 N. Main St. www.cottonginmuseum.org
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