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Fort Davis National Historic Site

When pioneers and gold seekers surged west in the mid-1800s, national concern focused on secure travel routes. In Texas, nearly 600

Fort Davis, TX Historic Forts

University of Texas McDonald Observatory at Mount Locke

Built in 1932 following bequest from William J. McDonald, amateur astronomer. On 6,791

Fort Davis, TX Observatories


Historic Inn-Hotel Limpia

Restored country inn, c. 1912; sturdy, turn-of-the-century oak furniture, second-story veranda and glassed-in sunporch with rattan rockers; Boarding House restaurant. Two other restored buildings, plus cottage; 20 rooms, 12 suites. Hotel Limpia Dining Rooms include the Sutter'

Fort Davis, TX Historic Buildings


Davis Mountains State Park

In a sloping basin among scenic Davis Mountains, 1,869 acres host more than 155,000

Fort Davis, TX State Parks

Neill Museum

Antique toys made in Texas, 300 antique dolls, bottles, and furniture. In historic 1898

Fort Davis, TX Museums

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