A group of bike riders dressed in athletic clothing pedal along the road of the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site. The shaft of the San Jacinto Monument stands on the left side of the image.

Cycling Saturday

The roads within the San Jacinto State Historic Site will open early for bicyclists. Travel our 7.5 miles of site roads and see the battleground where Texas was won at your own pace. No motorized vehicles will be allowed into the site during this time to promote safe bicycling.

A colorful mural featuring Jose Antonio Navarro

Downtown Mural Walking Tour

Downtown Mural Walking Tour

Starting at Casa Navarro State Historic Site on South Laredo Street, our knowledgeable guide will lead you on an immersive journey through the city's rich cultural heritage. As you stroll through the colorful streets, you'll learn about the artists behind these incredible artworks and the stories they tell.

Whether you're an art enthusiast or simply looking for a unique way to explore the city, the Downtown Mural Walking Tour promises an unforgettable experience. Don't miss out on this opportunity to immerse yourself in the vibrant and diverse spirit of San Antonio!

The tour will take an hour and will be around a mile long. Tickets will be $4 and cover admission to the site after the tour. Bring comfortable sneakers and a water bottle!

Pre-Registration/reservations are not required for this event.

Quilt pattern with Sit and Stitch blurb for March

Sit and Stitch in the Villa

Join us as we work on our never-ending mountain of sewing projects for the Historic Villa de Austin.

Levi Jordan Plantation house

Scanning & Oral History Day

We will be conducting oral history interviews and scanning days at Levi Jordan Plantation throughout the months of February through May. We have time slots available from 10 am to 2 pm.

Woman spinning fiber

Sit and Stich

Join us as we tackle a number of sewing projects for our site!

Outside Independence Hall at Washington on the Brazos

"A Pound A Day" - Butter Churning at Washington-on-the-Brazos

Stop by the tavern at Washington -on-the-Brazos this weekend to see how butter was churned back in the 1800s.

Photo of a statue with the moon just behind it

Second Saturdays with Steve: Solar Eclipse of February 1831

Come to the Stephen F. Austin State Park to learn about the solar eclipse of February 1831!

Sepia photo of three women in nurses uniforms sitting at a table

American Red Cross Specialized Tour (Morning)

Join us for special American Red Cross tour of the Maxey House to learn about the family's experiences with the Red Cross during WWI and view artifacts from the site's collection.

A yoga practitioner is rolling up their yoga mat.


Free community yoga at the Magoffin Home.

Rusted original Comanche ball and cap pistol.

Locating The Battle of Blanco Canyon (Morning)

Join us on March 9th at 10 am in the Fort Griffin State Historic Site museum to learn about recent findings of archeological work conducted on the original site of the Battle of Blanco Canyon.