The museum exhibits items that highlight technological developments in the 20th century. 3615 N. Richmond Road. www.20thcenturytech.com
Features uniforms, equipmentand other items tracing the history of the nation's largest serving armored cavalry regiment from 1846 to present. Visitors must check in at the main gate entrance from U.S. 190 west of Killeen. 761st Tank Destroyer Blvd. In Building 419. .
This wooded oasis on the banks of Elm Creek, adjacent to Lake Abilene, features a historic water tower and observation deck overlooking the swimming pool. Fishing, hiking, boating and picnicking are available. Admission charge. About 16 miles southwest of Abilene, through Buffalo Gap, off of FM...
On the Laguna Madre and surrounded by the huge Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge, park facilities include lighted fishing piers, picnic areas, a playground, boat ramp, nature trail and RV sites with hookups. Take F.M. 106 east 3.1 miles to F.M. 2925; north 14.8 miles to the park entrance.
Enjoy a breathtaking view while ziplining over ponds and tree tops. The location is one of the highest elevations in East Texas. 2371 Old Dialville Road. www.daretozip.com
Nestled in the Big Thicket, the reservation is home to the Alabama and Coushatta, part of the Southern forest tribes. Sam Houston was influential in having the reservation created in the 1850s. Enjoy scenic camping areas, fishing lake and swimming. www.alabama-coushatta.com
Dominating the plaza in front of the Alamo, the monument was designed by Pompeo Coppini, an eminent Italian-born sculptor who adopted Texas as his home. Names of those who died at the Alamo are inscribed in marble.
This stadium provides facilities for football, concerts and other events. It's home for the Alamo Bowl college football game each December. Admission charge. 100 Montana St. www.alamodome.com
2 Railroad St. www.albanytexas.com
The 33.334 meter track is banked nine to 33 degrees. 19008 Saums Road. In Cullen Park. www.houstoncycling.org
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