Surrounded by stately live oaks, Fulton Mansion State Historic Site is located in the resort area of Rockport-Fulton. The house must have appeared incredible in 1877, as it does today, with its mansard roof and ornate trim. Interior gas lighting, flush-toilets, and other refinements were progressive and luxurious elements for this part of Texas history. Fulton Mansion is a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Learn about George Fulton’s engineering skills, take a walk through a garden inspired by Harriet’s love of flowers, and hear the stories of living in a grand Victorian villa.

location pin icon


317 S. Fulton Beach Rd. 
Rockport, TX 78382 
Contact us
See map

clock icon


Tuesday to Saturday 
10 a.m.–4 p.m.

1 p.m.–4 p.m. 

tickets icon


Adult $7
Senior/Veteran/Teacher/First Responder $6
Child (6-17) $4
Child (5 and under) Free
Family (2 adults & 1 child) $14, each additional child $1

calendar icon


School Tours 
Group Tours

Visitors in the den

Plan Your Visit

Begin your tour at the Fulton Mansion Education and History Center, located behind the mansion at the corner of Henderson and Nancy Ann streets.


Fulton Mansion History

In 1840, East Coast entrepreneur George W. Fulton married Harriet Smith, daughter of powerful Republic-era politician Henry Smith.

Fulton Mansion in the Blog

Historic Road Trip: South Texas Coastal Bend

The Texas coast stretches 350 miles from South Padre Island to the Louisiana border, extending through a diverse array of towns, each with their own rich history. The southern portion of the coast—roughly 100 miles of shoreline between Rockport and South Padre Island—offers travelers a diverse range of heritage tourism opportunities.

Picture of a plate of cookies

Miss Lee’s Pecan Cookies

Learn how to make your very own historic pecan cookies.

Picture of a silver pitcher

Fulton’s Silver Returns

In 2014, Fulton descendant Emily Beaman Beals donated several significant artifacts to Fulton Mansion State Historic Site. Learn about the history of these items and how they made their way back to the site.