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  • Photo of visitors viewing a ceremonial earthen mound at Caddo Mounds State Historic Site.

    Did you know November is Native American Heritage Month? The Texas Historical Commission's travel website features a curated guide to sites and museums throughout the state where visitors can learn about the history and legacy of American Indian heritage in Texas.

  • Photo of demonstration during a Museum Services program workshop.

    The Texas Historical Commission’s Museum Services program provides training and assistance for small history museums so they may stay up-to-date on best practices and continue to attract visitors. An upcoming workshop hosted by the THC and the Texas Association of Museums, “Understanding Audiences and Visitors,” will travel to several cities throughout Texas this winter and spring.

  • Historic image of Georgetown's courthouse square.

    Millions of drivers will travel along the Interstate 35 corridor in Texas this holiday season. The Texas Historical Commission’s new mobile tour, “Town Square Walk Around,” offers travelers a fun opportunity to take a break from the interstate and explore 13 historic Texas cities between Gainesville and Laredo.

  • Stillman House Museum in Brownsville.

    The Texas Historical Commission (THC) has designated Brownsville, Corpus Christi, and Sherman, Texas as 2016 official Texas Main Street cities. The announcement was made October 30 at the THC’s quarterly commission meeting in Abilene, Texas.

  • The newly restored Fulton Mansion State Historic Site.

    Notable and major improvements were unveiled Saturday at the Fulton Mansion State Historic Site, one of the Texas Historical Commission’s 20 historic sites.