San Felipe de Austin, the Town in 1836

Repeats every week every Sunday and every Saturday until Sun Apr 27 2014 .
Mar 8 2014 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Cost: Free, donations accepted

San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site
15945 FM 1458
San Felipe  Texas  77473

March 8 & 9, William Travis' San Felipe – Tour the grounds and learn more about the life of the Alamo commander, William B. Travis.

March 15, The San Felipe Flag – Visitors today will learn the story behind our San Felipe flag, from Austin's intent to Borden's reality.

March 16, The Telegraph and Texas Register – The March 12th edition of the Telegraph and Texas Register included a report about the fall of the Alamo and a printed broadside of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Come and learn more about the importance newspaper played in San Felipe.

March 22, Before the Fall of the Alamo – Tour our grounds and watch our presentation to find out what the town of San Felipe looked like in the spring of 1836.

March 23, Evacuation! – Take a guided tour of the grounds and find out what happened in San Felipe during the Runaway Scrape.

March 29, The Burning of San Felipe de Austin – Tour the grounds and watch our presentation to find out who gave the order to burn the town and who carried out that order. 

March 30, John Bricker and Celia Allen – Tour the grounds with us and settle in as we present stories from both sides of the Brazos during Santa Anna's occupation of San Felipe.

April 5, Santa Anna in San Felipe – Today's grounds tour reflects on the occupation of San Felipe by the advancing Mexican forces.

April 6, De La Pena's Account – Tour our grounds and learn more about what was recorded during the Mexican occupation of San Felipe.

April 12 & 13, Press on the Run! – Our grounds tour and presentation today will focus on the April 14th edition of the Telegraph Texas Register. Find out what happened to the printing press from San Felipe.

April 19 & 20, San Felipeans in Battle! – There were San Felipeans who fought proudly on the battlefield at San Jacinto. Who were they? Tour the grounds and watch our presentation to learn more about those brave men.

April 26 & 27, The Republic Claims - Recovering from the Revolution – Grounds tour and presentation featuring insight into the early years of the Republic of Texas.