San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site
Battleground, Monument & Battleship Texas - The famous Battle of San Jacinto that brought Texas its independence was fought on this site. Texian troops under General Sam Houston achieved the independence of Texas by defeating a Mexican Army led by General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna on April 21, 1836.
San Jacinto Museum of History
Experience the world’s tallest monument tower. Witness revolution in the Jesse H. Jones Theatre for Texas Studies. Discover our nation’s past among the museum’s many exhibits and antiquities. And walk the battlefield that gave birth to the American West.
Five Points Town Plaza
Features: Fountains - Sitting benches - Performance pavilion - Space for public art - Free Wi-Fi wireless internet access - Sound system capable of playing music 24/7
Sylvan Beach Pavilion
Showcase venue on Galveston Bay - The pavilions design features a 10,000 sq ft glass walled ballroom with a 3,600 sq ft circular dance floor. The ballroom is excellent for dancing, or for listening to a music venue, or to provide banquet seating with a breathtaking view.
Parks & Recreation
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National Museum of the Pacific War
Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino - Eagle Pass, TX