Children and families can learn through play and hands-on experiences. The museum features multiple educational exhibits and activity areas. Group tours are available. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thu.-Sat. 204 N. Main St. www.cdmgoldencrescent.com
Coleto Creek Park offers picnicking, camping, swimming and boat ramps. Midway between Goliad and Victoria off U.S. 59. .
Established in 1882, this is the oldest deli in Texas and one of the oldest restaurants in the United States. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Open 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 302 S. Main St.
Built by German immigrants Friedrich and Margaretha Beck Hiller in 1852, this home is the third oldest in Victoria. It is now the headquarters of Keep Victoria Beautiful. Trails through the adjacent Athey Nature Area are open all day. Tours are available on request. Open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri....
Self-guided tour features more than 80 properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places (many are Texas historical landmarks), showcasing the community's historical architecture. The tour includes public buildings and private residences. Brochures are available at the Victoria CVB. A...
Exhibits include artifacts and information about early Spanish Colonial mission and presidio sites; the French colony Fort St. Louis; the first European settlement in Texas; items from the Belle shipwreck; and the Buckeye Knoll cemetery. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tue.-Sat.; closed major holidays. Admi...
Named for Royston Nave, who achieved distinction in 1920s New York art circles and painted in and around Victoria. This museum is housed in a Greco-Roman hall built in 1932 by his widow, Emma McFaddin McCan Nave. The Nave features six to eight exhibits yearly. Open noon-4 p.m. Tue.-Sun. and noon-...
Acquired in 1940, the park is approximately 565 acres along 4.5 miles of the Guadalupe River. It includes the 27-hole Riverside Golf Course, 21-hole disc golf course, historic sites, picnic tables and pits, playground areas, pavilions, sand volleyball court, basketball court, soccer fields, baseb...
Established by colony founder Martin de Leon in 1824, the first church was made of logs and native timber. The present 1904 Gothic Revival Building features a large stone facade, wooden pews, stained-glass windows and arch ceilings. 101 W. Church St. www.stmvictoria.org
The zoo has more than 200 native Texas and exotic animals of more than 90 species in spacious, outdoor moat-enclosed areas. Includes a petting zoo and aviary, a paleontological dig site, animal shows, and programs about conservation. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily; closed Thanksgiving Day, Dec. 24-25...
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