Texas

Huntsville, TX - Home

Huntsville Texas was the home of Sam Houston and his wife Margaret Lea.  Here he settled with his family and where many of his children were born.

Washington on the Brazos

Sam Houston was here to sign the Declaration of Independence on his birthday in 1836.  The very next month he would lead the Texians to victory at the Battle of San Jacinto.

Independence

Sam Houston lived here near his wife's family while he worked as a U.S. Senator.  The family later moved to Austin in 1859 when he was the Governor of Texas and then back to Huntsville. Upon his death, Margaret moved back here to live out her remaining years.  Sam was reportedly baptized here and widdled in a prayer bench. 

Woodland Home

Woodland Home

Woodland Home of Sam Houston and his family

Steamboat House

Steamboat House

Sam Houston Steamboat House, where he died

Sam Houston Law Office

Sam Houston Law Office

Law Office of Sam Houston

Bear Bend Cabin

Bear Bend Cabin

Bear Bend Sam Houston's hunting lodge

Sam Houston Memorial Museum

Sam Houston Memorial Museum

Sam Houston Memorial Museum

Sam Houston Visitor Center

Sam Houston Visitor Center

Sam Houston Statue and Visitor Center view the largest statue of Sam Houston and sit back and relax in a rocking chair on the porch sharing tales of Sam....

Huntsville Texas

Huntsville Texas

Huntsville Texas Downtown Shopping

SHSU

SHSU

Sam Houston State University

Sam Houston National Forest

Sam Houston National Forest

Sam Houston National Forest

Huntsville State Park

Huntsville State Park

Enjoy hiking, fishing, horseback riding, camping, swimming, paddle boats, or the playground at Huntsville State Park

Huntsville State Park

Huntsville State Park

Horseback riding at Huntsville State Park

Contact

(936) 577-9626

joyrenee07@gmail.com

Joy Montgomery

Executive Director

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