The Schubert-Fletcher Home is a restored, two-story Georgian-style house built in 1879. Owned by noted writer Baylis J. Fletcher after 1900, the home is filled with period furniture, paintings, and a unique collection of letters from silent movie stars like Mary Pickford and Boris Karloff. The heritage center also features historical items covering the history of Lee County. Open Mon-Sat. Guided tours are available. A must stop when visiting town. Contact the Giddings Visitors Center for more information.
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