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Star of the Republic Museum, Washington

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.7/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
The Star of the Republic Museum, in Washington, Texas, USA, is the only museum in the state of Texas created specifically to collect and interpret the culture and history of the Republic of Texas from 1836-1846. Within the Museum's two floors of exhibits, visitors can learn about the history of the time period through media experiences, as well as informative exhibits. The site of the Star of the Republic Museum was selected at Washington-on-the-Brazos where elected delegates gathered on March 2, 1836 to declare Texas’ independence from Mexico.MissionThe Star of the Republic Museum was created by the Texas Legislature and is administered by Blinn College as a cultural and educational institution. Its purpose is to collect and preserve the material culture of the Texas Republic (1836–1846) and to interpret the history, cultures, diversity, and values of early Texans. The Museum strives to inspire interest, understanding and appreciation of Texas heritage for students, teachers, scholars, and the general public through exhibits, tours, programs, web activities, and outreach.
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  • Our family loves this museum! We go once a year to visit it. It never gets old! Great historical pieces with excellent write-ups. A great school field trip or family field trip. Highly recommended for...  read more »
  • This is a fun little two-level museum if you're a Texas history buff. It was arranged logically and sufficiently and covered all the relevant historical eras. The exhibits and displays were what you e...  read more »
  • Learn about the history of the republic of Texas. From the original Native American inhabitants to the fight for independence from Mexico. They also have a lot of information on what life was like in ...  read more »
  • Very detailed and basic history facts about Texas the 20 minut film was very informative of many details of those events. The farm/park was also very interesting and how people lived in those years
  • Perhaps it is a bit far (1 Houston hra), but worth it. The Museum is very comprehensive and has very good collections.
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