The nation's fourth largest university planetarium features a 3-D view of the universe. Open when classes are in session, 8 p.m. Thursday and 2 p.m. Saturday. Admission charge. 2333 Vanderventer. In Nursing-Physical Science Building on campus.
Features models of telephones from Alexander Graham Bell's "Gallows Frame Phone" (only five ever built) through wooden phones and push-button phones of the 1880s to present models. In Officers' Quarters No. 4.
This heritage trail and landscaped walkway encompasses the "Pearl of the Conchos" mermaid statue, the river, Old Town, Fort Concho, the railroad area and the Celebration Bridge. Trail extends between Fort Concho and Concho Avenue.
One of the best preserved frontier military posts west of the Mississippi, this National Historic Landmark consists of 23 original and restored buildings. Established in 1867 as a post on the frontier line, it replaced Fort Chadbourne (see BRONTE). Exhibits cover military history, the heritage of...
Across from the Santa Fe Depot, large murals depict early-day transportation from the 1840s to 1940s.
This facility houses the Railway Museum of San Angelo, and features an operating diorama depicting the city in 1928 along with static displays of rail cars. Call ahead for special tours. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat. 703 S. Chadbourne St.
This lake, a companion to the larger Twin Buttes Reservoir, has parks and marinas that offer camping, picnicking, fishing, swimming and boating. About six miles southwest of town off U.S. 277. .
A restored "ladies of the evening" saloon and "parlor house" that was a surreptitious San Angelo landmark for decades. Includes original furnishings and fashions. Group tours by appointment. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tue.-Sat. Admission charge. 18 E. Concho. www.visitsanangelo.org
Features instruments, medicines, furniture and other items of a typical 19th-century frontier hospital. Also on display are items related to San Angelo's medical history. In the North Ward of the Post Hospital.
Changing art exhibits from many eras are featured in this facility on the Concho River. It's built of native Texas limestone that is reminiscent of historic Fort Concho, and the copper rooftop resembles a covered wagon. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tue.-Sat. and 1-4 p.m. Sun. Admission charge. One Love St...
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