In town square, this structure made of Muldoon limestone with red Pecos sandstone trim was completed in 1894. It has affectionately been called "ugly enough to be beautiful." Flamboyant design with cupolas, turrets and gewgaws is typical of period. At South Main and East Market streets.
This red brick structure represents a rare example of the Norman castellated architectural style. In former cells, the county museum exhibits furniture from early settlers' homes, frontier kitchen and early farming implements. Open 1–5 p.m. Sat.–Sun. 315 E. Market St. at Brazos Street.
Built in 1899 and modeled after the Villa Rotunda in Vicenza, Italy, this facility is the oldest continuously used library in Texas. It features stained-glass windows, ornate fixtures and a stage from which touring orators spoke, including President William H. Taft. Open 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Mon.–Fri. ...
This small, rustic park, set in rolling, forested terrain offers a campground popular with RVers, a swimming pool, a park store and a creek for anglers. There is a nine-hole course with club and cart rental available. About four miles southwest of Lockhart via U.S. 183 and F.M. 20. Admission and ...
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