Located on Village Creek in the heart of the Big Thicket, take a trip of three to four hours, or two to three days, in this national preserve. Reservations recommended. 1430 U.S. 96 South. 800/814-7390. Reservations: 409/385-4700 or 409/755-0911.
The museum features memorabilia of Hardin County and Silsbee. In a historic building that was once an ice plant, it also features local artists and a gift shop. Open 10:30 a.m.–3 p.m. Wed.–Fri. and 9 a.m.–2 p.m. Sat. 818 Ernest St. 409/385-2444. www.icehousemuseum.org.
The sanctuary has upland and wetland forest communities along Village Creek. It is an American Bird Conservancy Globally Important Bird Area and a site on the Great Texas Birding Trail. Six miles of trails offer hiking, photography and nature study. Open sunrise–sunset daily. Free. Located three ...
It offers a place for reflection and is a memorial to those from Hardin County who served in the military. Various activities are held throughout the year. On Ernest Street, across from the Ice House Museum. 409/385-2863. www.cityofsilsbee.com.
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