The Alamo is a historic Spanish mission originally known as Misión San Antonio de Valero, in San Antonio. It is the site of a famous battle during the Texas revolution in 1836.
In 1974 Chip Lord, Hudson Marquez and Doug Michels created a sculpture and public art installation garden. It was marked by a number of Cadillac cars seemingly half-buried in the sand.
There’s something quite intriguing about seeing the inside of a battleship, and the USS Texas was a museum that allows you the experience.
This National Historic Landmark District consists of Victorian-era buildings in the heart of Galveston. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, noted for its remarkable architecture.
Strand Historic District
Texas has a place in popular culture that suggests cattle drives, among other things. The Fort Worth stockyards embody this idea, especially because you can attend and witness an actual cattle drive here twice a day!
Fort Worth Stockyards
This unique cave structure is known for incredible calcite crystal formations. The caves run about 90 metres deep. You can tour the caverns of Sonora in groups of six or twelve. A typical tour lasts around two hours.
Caverns of Sonora