San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site

SFA statue. Young girl interacting with exhibit. The replica log cabin. Navigational tools

15945 FM 1458
San Felipe, TX 77473
GPS: N29° 48' 25" W96° 5' 51.3"


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Commemorating the pivotal years of Texas’ history, San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site preserves the location where Stephen F. Austin established his colony in 1823. Walk in the footsteps of the’ early pioneers in Texas history at what was once the social, economic, and political center, as well as the first capital of the provisional government of Texas.

Upcoming Events

March 27

Citizen's Rally Supports San Felipe de Austin Museum Project

The Friends of the San Felipe de Austin SHS are excited to invite area residents and history lovers to attend a project update meeting on the new museum facility being constructed in San Felipe by the Texas Historical Commission (THC). The...

April 8

Bellville Historical Society presents A Spring History Fair!

The Bellville Historical Society invites you to a Spring History Fair!

Authors, Archeology, Stephen F. Austin and Santa Anna at San Felipe!

10:00 a.m. - Santa Anna at San Felipe!

Most Texans are aware of Houston's retreat...

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