It dates back to the city's origins in the early 1900s. Many of the sites contain homemade shrines and memorabilia honoring the deceased. On Texas 345. www.cityofsanbenito.com/comHistorySites.php
San Benito History Museum highlights how the city grew from a harsh, arid environment to a thriving agricultural and cultural center. Hear about the development of the Spiderweb Railroad and the different names by which San Benito was known. Freddy Fender Museum & Memorial offers a glimpse into...
Dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the rich cultural heritage of South Texas. An annual Conjunto Music Festival is held in October, and a Writer's Forum cultivates chronologies of local lifestyles. Poetry and book readings are regularly featured, accordion lessons are offered, and art...
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