317 S. Fulton Beach Rd.
Rockport, TX 78382
GPS: N28° 3' 25" W97° 2' 7.4"
Today, visitors get a rare glimpse into the life of an affluent family in the late 1800s as they journey through the restored home, a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Learn about George Fulton’s engineering skills, take a walk through a garden inspired by Harriet’s love of flowers, and hear the stories of living in a grand Victorian villa. Located behind the mansion, the Education and History Center offers interactive exhibits and a museum store.
MAKE & TAKE home a piece of history! Join us for our Winter Slate Workshop and create a piece of art out of slate from the Mansion's restoration. Cost is $20 per person and will include a piece of slate from the Mansion's restoration and all...
Every 1st Thursday The Fulton Mansion is open late until 8! Self-guided tours available from 5pm-8pm. ”Love and Courtship in Early Rockport” a special program from 6pm-7pm in the multipurpose room. The program is free. Visitors will have time to...
Rocks of Rockport-Fulton (#RORF) is partnering with the Fulton Mansion to host a rock painting event for the community!
Event is free, but seating is limited to 30 so we encourage you to make reservations.
All materials will be...
From the Blog
This article was written by Heather McBride, Senior Communications Specialist, and is featured in the Summer 2018 issue of The Medallion.
The catastrophic destruction Hurricane Harvey left in Rockport-Fulton on August 25, 2017 was beyond devastating for all the people who called this place home.
The town’s Fulton Mansion State Historic Site—one of the Texas Historical...
By Melody Woods, Educator, Fulton Mansion
This summer during S.E.A. Camp, the Fulton Mansion State Historic Site became the scene of a crime when the Fultons’ cookies went missing from their cookie jar! Summer Experience in Aransas (S.E.A) Camp is a partnership between the Texas Maritime Museum, Fulton Mansion, Texas Parks and Wildlife Coastal Fisheries, Goose Island State Park, and...
By Melody Woods, Fulton Mansion Educator
This past summer, Aransas County kids discovered Victorian etiquette can be fun! Fulton Mansion State Historic Site—in partnership with the Texas Maritime Museum, Texas Parks and Wildlife Coastal Fisheries, Goose Island State Park, and the Bay Education Center—sponsored the Summer Experience in Aransas (S.E.A.) Camp, where more than 150 local...