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Heritage Museum of Montgomery County


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Heritage Museum of Montgomery County In restored home of a pioneer timber family. Permanent exhibit features life of Charles B. Stewart, designer of the Texas Lone Star flag and the Texas state seal; other historical miscellany and traveling exhibits.


Hours: Wed. - Sat 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Address: Candy Cane Park, I-45 access road north of Texas 105.
Phone: 936-539-6873

Come visit us in Conroe, Texas

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Paddle Wheeler Southern Empress

Ply the waters of Lake Conroe while dining and dancing. Reservations required. Departs from Seven Coves Resort on F.M. 830

Conroe, TX Paddle Boats

Heritage Museum of Montgomery County

In restored home of a pioneer timber family. Permanent exhibit features life of Charles B. Stewart, designer of the Texas Lone Star flag and the Texas state seal;

Conroe, TX Museums

Jones State Forest

A 1,725 acres pine and hardwood forest. Five miles southwest via I-45 and F.M. 1488. Birdwatcher's haven with more than 150 species identified;

Conroe, TX Birdwatching

Joe Roughneck Statue

Commemorating George William Strake, who brought in the 19,000-acre Conroe Oil Field in 1931 and became Houston's first oil millionaire. Outdoor exhibit at Heritage Museum, I-45 access road north of Texas 105

Conroe, TX Memorials

Scenic Drive

Texas 105 west through piney woods to Montgomery 15 miles; driving tour of historic homes dating back to 1850

Conroe, TX Scenic Drives

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