Texas Historical Commission Holiday Gift Guide


Heritage Travel

Searching for the perfect gift that supports the Texas Historical Commission’s many programs? We are pleased to share our own holiday gift guide to inspire ideas for fans of Texas history and heritage travel.   

State Historic Sites Museum Stores 

Select museum stores at our state historic sites are now taking orders online for rare Texas history products! We are thrilled to be the exclusive seller of an official White House Christmas ornament set. Own a piece of the Texas Revolution with a replica of William Barret Travis’ ring. Secure your own signed and numbered print of our Fulton Mansion in Rockport. Explore more great gift ideas from Landmark Inn in Castroville and Caddo Mounds in Alto. Place your order online, over the phone, or in person today. Save 20% off now until Dec. 25th at participating Museum Stores. 

Preserve Military History 

The Museum Store at the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg features one of the largest, most comprehensive collections of books and gift items connected with World War II in the Pacific Theater. Shop online or plan your visit to either of their museum stores at the Admiral Nimitz Museum and The National Museum of the Pacific War.  

Supporting Main Street Communities 

Shop small while supporting Texas Main Street! Texas has 87 designated Main Street communities, and Texans can support these towns by shopping safely at local stores, buying gift certificates, or attending a virtual event to help revitalize our communities. 

Texas Treasure Businesses 

Our Texas Treasure Business Award program recognizes the accomplishments of Texas businesses that have provided employment opportunities and support to the state’s economy for at least 50 years. Help support these historic local businesses this holiday season.  

Plan Future Travel with Heritage Travel Guides 

From breathtaking parks to centuries-old architecture, beautifully restored courthouses to historic frontier forts, Texas is full of captivating stories. The Texas Heritage Trail Regions gather these stories into scenic driving routes, complete with a variety of themes to focus the experience. Thinking about your next road trip? Get a free copy of the Texas Heritage Travel Guide to plan your adventure in the Lone Star State so you can hit the road when it’s safe to travel. Order now!

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