We visit to a long-standing train depot in Ennis that happens to be a museum. Just a few generations ago, it was known as the place where the railroads and cotton fields meet. Once the main stop between Dallas and Austin, this station now serves as a testament to the history and culture of the people of Ennis. Well worth a stop on The Texas Bucket List!
The Texas Bucket List – Texas Ranger Hall of Fame
Look in on a law-enforcing legacy of Texas at the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco! With nearly 200 years of history, the Texas Rangers are one of the most famous law enforcement groups in the nation. Come and see the people behind the badges as well as some of their symbolic artifacts! Well worth a stop on The Texas Bucket List.
The Texas Bucket List – Fort Stockton
We get a sneak peek at the past and learn some of the history of Fort Stockton and the special soldiers who guarded the town. Well worth a stop on The Texas Bucket List!
The Texas Bucket List – The Fort Worth Stockyards
Dust off your cowboy hat and relive some of the charms of the Old West at the Fort Worth Stockyards. It’s about as Texas as Texas gets — cattle drives, steak houses, and watering holes to wet your whistle! Definitely one to put at the top of the list on The Texas Bucket List!
The Texas Bucket List – Iwo Jima Memorial
Next to the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen, the Iwo Jima Memorial stands as a proud tribute to our troops who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Come with us as we learn about the Harlon Block, a native Texan and one of the Marines pictured in the iconic photograph of the U.S. flag raised over Iwo Jima.
The Texas Bucket List – Annie Riggs Memorial Museum
This former hotel turned museum features a vast history of the Fort Stockton area and the pioneering spirit of the American people. If you’ve ever wanted a true glimpse at life in the Wild West, look no further.
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