This extraordinary 480-acre living history site is just off from FM 2759. It’s part of the George Ranch, which is a 23,000-acre working ranch. Abundant parking is onsite. Admission is $10 per adult. For our visit, we picked up brochures for self-guided tours inside the very informative Visitor's Center. We toured the 1890s Davis House and the 1930s George Ranch House; both were full of fascinating period furnishings. Our indoor guides were excellent. All the buildings seemed in great condition of inside and out. From bleachers, we also watched some cowboys as they worked cattle in the front pens while on and off horseback. We walked part of the ranch’s tour loop, cameras ever at the ready, until we headed back to the café for water and a soda. Had we not planned to see Brazos Bend State Park on the same day, we’d have stayed much longer. We loved the sense of historical authenticity and Texas pride that we felt here!
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