AUSTIN, Texas —
Visit Revolution and Republic Historic Sites and Collect Stamps for a Special Gift.
Texas’ mid-1800s history is brimming with valor, tragedy, and victory. Trace the tracks of the Texas Revolution and the republic era where major battles occurred, independence was forged, and soldiers and their families lived. Experience the epic story of legendary Texans and their quest to form a new nation. These state historic sites are featured in the Texas Independence Trail Region.
When you visit a participating state historic site listed below, pick up your free copy of our Revolution and Republic Historic Sites Passport. Take this passport on your journey to Texas’ independence, Revolution, and republic-era historic sites. Stamps are available at participating historic sites’ admission desks or museum stores. Once you have collected stamps from all participating state historic sites, visit any of their museum stores for a special gift.
Admission and tour fees apply.
Participating Texas Independence and Republic Sites:
- Barrington Plantation, Washington
- Casa Navarro, San Antonio
- Fannin Battleground, Fannin
- Fanthorp Inn, Anderson
- French Legation, Austin
- Monument Hill, La Grange
- Presidio La Bahía, Goliad
- San Felipe de Austin, San Felipe
- San Jacinto Battleground, La Porte
- Star of the Republic Museum, Washington
- Varner-Hogg Plantation, West Columbia
- Washington-on-the-Brazos, Washington
Explore more Texas Independence and Republic Sites
Although there are no stamps available at these sites, we encourage you to visit and experience the history of the Republic of Texas.
- Acton State Historic Site, Acton
- Lipantitlán, Mathis