San Jacinto Battleground

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Commemorating the Battle of San Jacinto, where Texas won independence from Mexico in 1836, the park includes the San Jacinto Monument, whose pinnacle offers views of Houston, the ship channel and the battleship USS Texas. Museum, tours, gift shop. Photo from The Friends of San Jacinto https://www.flickr.com/photos/friendsofsanjacinto/ Postcard image from the Boston Public Library collection https://www.flickr.com/photos/boston_public_library/


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Details - National Historic Landmark - Site of the Battle of San Jacinto, turning point in Texas history - 20 minutes outside of downtown Houston (with no traffic) - 570-foot Art Deco monument with observation deck - Museum, gift shop, tours - Set in a public park that includes Battleship Texas - One of largest collections of Texas art and artifacts

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3523 Independence Parkway
Bay Area, Houston 77571

In the city of La Porte, TX, east of Houston.

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(281) 479-2421



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