Fire history buffs, genealogy hunters, and fire truck enthusiasts alike have a new place to add to their bucket list! The San Antonio Fire Museum is a must-see museum rich in history and artifacts and lots and lots of fire trucks! Whether you have a child in love with the big red fire engine or you’re just a kid at heart, this museum is well worth a stop on The Texas Bucket List!
The Texas Bucket List – Southfork Ranch
Visit the home that made Texas famous at Southfork Ranch in Parker. Dedicated to the TV show Dallas, visit character-themed bedrooms and the place where J.R. spent his last moments. Fans of the TV show and anyone wanting to get a good idea of what Texas is all about have to add this stop to their own Texas Bucket List.
The Texas Bucket List – Slovacek’s in West
Slovacek’s in West is continuing the meat market tradition offering their signature sausages that started in Snook. Come on by and grab some for the grill, and don’t forget your kolache, too! Well worth a stop on a road trip or any trip on The Texas Bucket List!
The Texas Bucket List – Billy Bob’s Texas
It’s more than just your regular dance hall. Boasting over 100,000 square feet, 12 bars, and the title of the nation’s largest Honky Tonk, Billy Bob’s Texas is a boot scootin’ two-steppin’ country music lovin’ Texan’s dream. If you love to shoot some pool or dance until you drop to live country music, this place is well-worth a stop on The Texas Bucket List!
The Texas Bucket List – Stonehenge II
Over in Ingram you’ll find a piece of art dedicated to some prehistoric past.
The Texas Bucket List – USS Lexington
We go aboard a ship built for war to celebrate the greatest generation that ever lived.
The Texas Bucket List – Mission San Jose
Step aside, Alamo, and make way for an older mission with a lot of history under her belt: the Mission San Jose. Located in San Antonio, this beautiful location features the largest collection of Spanish colonial architecture that’s over 300 years old. Drop in on a Sunday at Mariachi Mass for a true cultural and historic experience before you kick the bucket.
The Texas Bucket List – St Mary Catholic Church
We visit one the painted churches in central Texas for one heavenly experience and some Holy history.
The Texas Bucket List – Gaylord Texan Resort Lone Star Christmas
We get in the Christmas spirit by visiting the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine to view one of the best Texas-themed Christmas displays in the state. Featuring over 2 million lights among other displays, the Gaylord Texan’s Lone Star Christmas will put a twinkle in your eye and a smile in your heart just like old Saint Nick.
The Texas Bucket List – The Adrian E. Flatt, M.D. Hand Collection
We visit the Adrian E. Flatt, M.D. Hand Collection in Dallas at the Baylor University Medical Center. From presidents to football players, the hands of people that have made some of the greatest contributions to society are preserved forever in his personal collection. We have to give a hand to Dr. Flatt, because this is an exhibit that you’ve just got to add to your list on The Texas Bucket List.
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