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McClendon House

Recommandé par 1 habitant

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May 19, 2017
Museum of the past...kind of like our little cabins! Beautifully kept antebellum mansion...a sweet piece of history!

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“This historic museum was built in 1859 by Samuel Gallatin Smith and is now maintained by the Tyler city authority. The museum is open five days a week for public visit whereas, the garden is open all seven days a week. The admission to both the garden and museum is free but donations are accepted. It is a listed National Historic Site in Smith County and has been a recognized Texas Historic Landmark since 1962.”
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“Children's Park was built in 2004 and is located just south of the intersection of Broadway and Dobbs. Parking is available on Dobbs Street and the parking lot adjacent to the park at Hogg Middle School. This popular park features life-size bronze statues of children playing, a children's story amphitheater, and a butterfly garden. There are cobblestone walkways that wind through the park with benches along the way. While strolling through the beautifully landscaped park listening to the gentle flow of the streams, you will experience a heightened awareness of how precious life is.”
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806 W Houston St
Tyler, TX 75701
Téléphone+1 903-592-3533
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