Dilue Rose Harris House Museum


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Made of unusual Tabby construction, the Dilue Rose Harris House Museum is as important for its architecture as for the person who lived in it. Known as Dilue Rose Harris "Woman of the Texas Revolution," Ms. Harris' wrote her reminiscences about her family's experiences from June 1835 leading up to the Texas Revolution. They were later published in the Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association.


Admission: $2 per person
Hours: Group Tours & Special Events Only
Address: 602 Washington Street
Phone: 979-732-5135

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