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Things to do in Nacogdoches

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Ranked #1 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Gardens
Owner description: Take a guided tour through the eight acres of display gardens including azaleas, camellias and Japanese maples. This garden... more » Owner description: Take a guided tour through the eight acres of display gardens including azaleas, camellias and Japanese maples. This garden comprises over 7,000 azaleas from 500 named varieties. Restroom facilities available at the SFA Ag Building, recommended group stop there first before touring azalea garden. « less
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Ranked #2 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Built circa 1830 by Adolphus Stern, a prominent leader in the fight for Texas Independence. Free Admission. Hours: Tues-Sat... more » Owner description: Built circa 1830 by Adolphus Stern, a prominent leader in the fight for Texas Independence. Free Admission. Hours: Tues-Sat 10 a.m.-4 p.m. « less
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Ranked #3 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Gardens
Owner description: The first arboretum at a university in Texas, this on-campus garden spills over 19 acres and lies on a portion of the Lanana... more » Owner description: The first arboretum at a university in Texas, this on-campus garden spills over 19 acres and lies on a portion of the Lanana Creek Trail. « less
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Ranked #4 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Cemeteries
Four signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence are buried here, including Thomas J. Rusk.
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Ranked #5 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Millard's Crossing Historic Village, Inc. is a locally-managed non-profit 501(c)3 historic site that portrays the spirit and... more » Owner description: Millard's Crossing Historic Village, Inc. is a locally-managed non-profit 501(c)3 historic site that portrays the spirit and ingenuity of pioneer settlement in East Texas. Open seven days a week, we strive to create a greater awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the region's pioneer and agricultural heritage for East Texans as well as others beyond the region. We welcome individuals, families, schools, and large tour groups. Come have fun in the past! « less
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Ranked #6 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: History Museums
Owner description: It is the only original building of a university chartered by the Republic of Texas still standing and is listed on the... more » Owner description: It is the only original building of a university chartered by the Republic of Texas still standing and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has been in continuous use for school purposes except for two years during and after the Civil War. The building was then used as a hospital and quarters for Confederate soldiers. Now it is a museum and contains period furnishings and artifacts from its earlier days. « less
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Ranked #7 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers
Owner description: The Historic Town Center/Visitor Center, located on the square, was built in 1917 as the city’s post office. Here you can... more » Owner description: The Historic Town Center/Visitor Center, located on the square, was built in 1917 as the city’s post office. Here you can view exhibits of early Nacogdoches, watch the video on Nacogdoches and pick up additional literature on the town. Restroom facilities are available. « less
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Ranked #8 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Built circa 1830's this wood-frame house is interpreted to the 1840 to 1860 time period when the Blackburn family lived... more » Owner description: Built circa 1830's this wood-frame house is interpreted to the 1840 to 1860 time period when the Blackburn family lived there. The house is the second oldest structure still standing on its original site in Nacogdoches, the oldest town in Texas. « less
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Ranked #9 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Gardens
Owner description: This 40-acre garden on the SFA Campus is a unique mixture of uplands, mesic mid-slopes and wet creek bottoms. The Tucker... more » Owner description: This 40-acre garden on the SFA Campus is a unique mixture of uplands, mesic mid-slopes and wet creek bottoms. The Tucker House serves as the central feature of the property, which is surrounded by two miles of accessible trails through native forest and diverse gardens. Located at 2900 Raguet Street. « less
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Ranked #10 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Originally an Indian footpath, this 2.5 mile trail weaves through thickets of paw-paw dogwood and scarlet blooming buckeye.... more » Owner description: Originally an Indian footpath, this 2.5 mile trail weaves through thickets of paw-paw dogwood and scarlet blooming buckeye. The trail begins at Liberty Hall on E. Main St. « less
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Ranked #11 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: A 1832 replica of Antonio Gil Y'Barbo's stone house. The museum interprets East Texas and Nacogdoches history. Free... more » Owner description: A 1832 replica of Antonio Gil Y'Barbo's stone house. The museum interprets East Texas and Nacogdoches history. Free Admission. Hours: Tues-Sat 9-5. Sunday 1-5. « less
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Ranked #12 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
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Ranked #13 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
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Ranked #14 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Lookouts
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Ranked #15 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Southern Pacific Railroad built the Nacogdoches Depot in 1911 after lightning burned the original building built in 1883. The... more » Owner description: Southern Pacific Railroad built the Nacogdoches Depot in 1911 after lightning burned the original building built in 1883. The depot will house a museum depicting the importance of all transportation in the early development of Nacogdoches. « less
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Ranked #16 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
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Ranked #17 of 18 attractions in Nacogdoches
Category: Parks
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Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Two trails spanning 3 miles rakes visitors into some of the most dynamic and scenic areas of this National Forrest. Some 150... more » Owner description: Two trails spanning 3 miles rakes visitors into some of the most dynamic and scenic areas of this National Forrest. Some 150 species of birds and 80 species of butterflies may be seen. From SH7 West turn left on FM 2782. « less
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