Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site

Interior room with grand piano. A jogger pauses at a bench outside. Exterior of the main plantation house. A tour group visits the kitchen.

1702 N. 13th St.
West Columbia, TX 77486
GPS: N29° 9' 45" W95° 38' 27.5"
979-345-4656
varner-hogg@thc.texas.gov

 

Driving map.

***PLEASE NOTE: The Main House is open but all of the home's furnishings have been removed in anticipation of a year-long restoration project. The original Smokehouse and the 1920s Kitchen are open and furnished as usual.***

Generations of Texas history, commerce and entrepreneurship encapsulate Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site, which tells the stories of the many families, both enslaved and free, who worked to build Texas. Over its 134-year history, the site hosted sugarcane production, cattle ranching, and oil drilling as it transitioned through the ownership of the Varners, the Pattons and the Hoggs. 

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Upcoming Events

May 15

Descendants Project Scanning Day

Request an appointment online using our Donor Appointment Request Form. To provide a safe event, appointments are required and masks are strongly encouraged. If you need assistance, please call 979-345-4656 ext. 22.
 

On June 19,...

May 15

Market Day@Varner-Hogg

Saturday, May 15
Market Day
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Free admission during market hours. Check our Facebook page, regularly, for an updated list of vendors. To become a Market Day vendor, contact Mandy Meuth at amanda.meuth@thc.texas....

May 26

Historically Well

Historically Well programs delve into the history of health and wellness found in the real stories of the people – both enslaved and free – who lived, worked and built community over the 130-year history of the plantation. Historically Well...

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