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Chappell Hill Historical Museum The Chappell Hill Historical Museum, a must-see for early Texas history buffs, occupies a former public school building constructed in 1927 and built on the site of the Chappell Hill Female College. Exhibits of photos, documents and artifacts give a glimpse of the town from its beginnings in 1847 to the present day. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about Soule University for men, The Chappell Hill Female College, King Cotton, the Brazos river, the Polish community, and the War-Between-the-States.

The 1855 Henry C. Brandt house was sold to the Providence Baptist Church in 1893 and served from time to time as a pastor's residence. A derelict structure by 1996 when the Historical Society acquired it, this historic building has now been reconstructed and serves as the Chappell Hill Visitor Reception Center.


Hours: Open Wed. - Sat. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Sun. 1-4 p.m.
Address: Church St
Phone: 979-836-6033
Our Email: chmuseum@alpha1.net
Our Website:www.chappellhillmuseum.org

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Chappell Hill Historical Museum

The Chappell Hill Historical Museum, a must-see for early Texas history buffs, occupies a former public school building constructed in 1927 and built on the site of the Chappell Hill Female College. Exhibits of photos, documents and artifacts give a glimpse of the town from its beginnings in 1847

Chappell Hill, TX Museums

Providence Baptist

The original Providence Baptist Church was built approximately two and a half miles northwest of Chappell Hill. This building was destroyed by a violent storm in 1866

Chappell Hill, TX Historic Churches

Chappell Hill United Methodist Church

The historic Chappell Hill United Methodist Church is located adjacent to the Museum. This charming building was erected in 1901 to replace the original structure built in 1853 that was destroyed by the 1900

Chappell Hill, TX Historic Churches

Masonic Cemetery

Located on Old Chappell Hill Road on the Chappell Hill's west side, this scenic cemetery contains grave sites of heroes from the Texas Republic and Confederacy, children of William B. Travis, Jacob Haller (town founder) and other early Texas pioneers.

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Chappell Hill Historic District

This lovely country setting in downtown Chappell Hill offers a Visitor'

Chappell Hill, TX Historic Districts

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