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.
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. 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 and nature study. Open sunrise-sunset daily. Free. From U.S. 69/287, turn ont...
The park 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. www.cityofsilsbee.com
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