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

March 13

Varner-Hogg Youth Volunteer Day

Registration for Youth Volunteer Day on February 13, 2021 is full. We are currently accepting registrations for March 13, 2021.

On Youth Volunteer Days from 10 a.m. to Noon, young people ages 12-18 can help Varner-Hogg Plantation look and...

March 15

Front Porch Stories

What could be more fun than reading some wonderful children's books from one of the many porches at Varner-Hogg? Join us on Facebook Live on the 1st and 15th of each month for our virtual story time as we read books inspired by the real stories...

March 20

Virtually Varner-Hogg

Virtually Varner-Hogg returns with a series of monthly programs for ages 12 and younger that introduces the community of people lived, worked and visited the plantation in the years from 1901 to 1920. After a brief program, children can join our...

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