Heritage, Volume 7, Number 1, Winter 1989 Page: 36
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Henkel Square is a nationally recognized museum village of Texas
Anglo-American and German-American 19th century culture located
in Round Top, midway between Austin and Houston.
The Henkel Square Restorations and the Collections are administered
by the Texas Pioneer Arts Foundation established by
Mrs. Faith Poorman Bybee and the late Charles Lewis Bybee
in order to perpetuate an authentic representation of the
way of life of the early Austin settlers of Texas.
Henkel Square is open daily from Noon to 5:00 p.m.
P.O. Box 82 * Round Top, Texas 78954 * (409) 249-3308
MUSEUM AND ARCHIVES
401 West Coll Street, New Braunfels;
(512) 629-1572; Open Monday-Saturday
10-5, Sunday 1-5; Local, Pioneer History,
Historic Site; Adults $1, Children 25.
HERITAGE HOUSE MUSEUM
905 West Division Street, Orange; (409)
886-5385; Open Tuesday-Friday 10-2,
Sunday 1-5; Local and Pioneer History,
Historic Building and Site; Adults $1,
117 North Avenue N, Post; (806) 4952746;
Open By Appointment; Local and
CARSON COUNTY SQUARE
5th & Elsie Sts., Panhandle; (806) 5373524;
Open Monday-Saturday, 9-5:30
Sunday 1-5:30; Historic Building, Local
and Pioneer History, Art, Natural History,
1953 Lakeshore Dr., Port Arthur (409)
983-5977; Open daily 9-5, weekends by appointment;
Ancient Pompeiian Style Historic
House; Donations accepted.
PORT ARTHUR MUSEUM
317 Stilwell Blvd, Gates Library, Lamar
University, Port Arthur; (409) 983-4921
Open daily 10-2, weekends by appointment;
Natural History, Special Collections;
A.J.M. VUYLSTEKE HOME
1831 Lakeshore Drive, Lamar University,
Port Arthur; (409) 983-4921; Open by
appointment; Queen Anne "Georgian
Revival" StyleHistoric Home.
2545 Lakeshore Dr., Port Arthur; (409)
982-3068; Open Monday, Wednesday,
Friday 10-1 or by prior reservation daily
except Sunday; Southern Greek Revival
home (1915); original Victorian furniture
and antique accessories; $2 Admission
Live Oak and First Streets, Round Top;
(409) 249-3308; Houses Furnished with
Authentic Early Texas Furniture.
WINEDALE HISTORICAL CENTER
4 Miles East on FM 1457, Round Top;
(409) 278-3530; Open Tuesday-Friday by
Appointment, Saturday 10-5, Sunday 125;
Historic Building and Site; Adults $2,
INSTITUTE OF TEXAN CULTURES
801 South Bowie Street, San Antonio;
(512) 226-7651; Open Tuesday-Sunday 95;
State, Local, and Pioneer History, Science,
Natural History, Art, Ethnic Culture
and Folk History of Texas.
509 King William Street, San Antonio;
(512) 225-5924; Open Wednesday-Sunday
10-5, Monday-Tuesday 1-5; Mansion
Furnished with Authentic 19th Century
Pieces; Adults $1, Children 50.
Alamo Plaza, San Antonio; (512) 2253853;
Open Monday-Saturday 9-5:30,
Sunday 10-5:30; Local and Pioneer History,
Art, Archaeology, Historic Building
36 HERITAGE * WINTER 1989
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