802 San Marcos St., Austin Texas
Located 1 block east of I-35 at East Seventh and San Marcos Sts., this restored 1841 structure, said to be the only building in Texas erected by a foreign government features period antiques and an authentic early French kitchen complete with copper pots and period pewter utensils.
Other History nearby:
(San Marcos) Aquarena Springs
(San Marcos) Belvin Street Historic District
(Burnet) Fort Croghan Museum
(Marble Falls) Fox Memorial Marker
(Austin) Neill-Cochran Museum House
(Elgin) Nofsinger Home
05/19 Coming to The Austin area
Wild Hog Festival and Craft Fair Sabinal TX March22-24 The annual World Championship Wild Hog Catching Contest features a two-person team chasing a wild hog in a pen, capturing the hog, placing it in a burlap sack and crossing the finish line in the fastest time.
Old Settlers Music Festival Driftwood TX April18-21 Central Texas' signature music event featuring Grammy-winning Americana, arts and craft, camping, food, and libations.
Austin Yoga Conference Austin TX May11-12 Mehtab, Kyra Haglund, Charlotte Matsumura, and Gioconda are among the master yoga teachers who will appear at the Austin Yoga Conference.
Cactus Pear Music Festival San Antonio TX July5-15 A classical music festival inspired by the cactus pear margarita.
Texas Renaissance Festival Plantersville TX October12-December1 Men and women decked out in the latest in 16th century Renaissance garb, jousting, juggling, dancing and feasting at the King's banquet hall.