It is the site of a famous battle during the Texas revolution in 1836. During the battle, General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna of the Mexican forces laid siege to the fort.
The art installation is in an open field and is free to anyone to visit, with no fences, lines or restrictive amenities of any kind.
There’s something quite intriguing about seeing the inside of a battleship, and the USS Texas was a museum that allows you the experience.
Visitors enjoy the five-block area as mostly a commercial hub, visiting shops, art galleries, restaurants, and clubs.
The entire attraction is akin to a retelling of what life in Texas might have been like during the frontier years.