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The San Jacinto Museum of History is housed in the base of the San Jacinto Monument. The Museum is operated by the San Jacinto Museum of History Association — a non-profit organization — in association with the Texas Historical Commission.
More than just a gateway to a great view, the Museum is your gateway to Texas culture! It was established not only to honor those who fought here in 1836, but also to re-visualize the history of Texas and the Spanish Southwest. It was created as a steward of history, and to promote friendship between Texas, Mexico, Spain, France and Latin America.
A visit to San Jacinto affords you the opportunity to explore the very battlefield that won Texas its independence. Guests can explore the entire site stopping to take in the views and to learn about the battle through interpretive signage and granite markers. Also, while here be sure not to miss the marsh trail that starts right next to the Monument. This half mile long path stretches from the edge of the marsh to the edge of the San Jacinto River.
$6.00 - $12.00
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