This quaint museum preserves the heritage of the area's oil industry since 1922. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 421 E. Davis St. www.oilmuseum.org
This farm, established in 1927 by Edgar B. Davis, was created to demonstrate good agricultural practices. It features a low-stress cattle facility, rainwater harvesting, a solar-powered water well and fresh produce for sale. Open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Group tours are available by appointment....
There are almost 200 oil-well pump jacks in the city limits, and many are decorated as animals and cartoon characters that make popular photo opportunities. A map for self-guided tours is available from the chamber of commerce. 421 E. Davis St.
Park Road 11 through Palmetto State Park.
Find out where the locals go for great Texas barbecue on this tour of family-owned establishments in four Central Texas communities: Luling, Lockhart, Elgin and Taylor. Brochure available from chamber of commerce. 421 E. Davis St. www.tourism-tools.com/texasbbq
This architectural treasure was built in 1874 with a sawmill, gristmill and cotton gin. Abandoned since 1960, it has been preserved as a historical site that offers a free cell-phone tour, pavilion and boat rentals. The site is at the end of a six-mile paddling trail that begins near where U.S. 9...
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