The Historic Sites Division is responsible for overseeing the agency’s 21 historic properties located throughout the state. Staff members provide expertise in archeology, architecture, curation, interpretation, and marketing. The sites range from Native American ceremonial mounds to grand Victorian mansions to sprawling frontier forts. The THC's state historic sites exemplify the breadth of Texas history.
The number of kilowatt hours provided to the City of Castroville by J.T. Lawler's hydroelectric plant at the Landmark Inn in 1927
Click the icons on the map below to view each historic site and access individual websites to learn more. Use the zoom features on the map to zoom in on a specfic site.