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Texas is alive with history and heritage. The state's story is a journey from foreign territory to an independent nation, and is now home to more than 13,000 historical markers that make Texas quite so fascinating. No matter where you visit, you'll be stepping back in time.

The Alamo

In the 1500's, Spanish explorers began to settle in Texas with a number of missions being built; the most famous of which is the Alamo. The site became a military outpost in the 1800's when Mexico declared its independence from Spain, and was sold off in the early 1900's after the US Army departed Texas. Today, you can enjoy a guided Battlefield Tour to relive one of the most iconic battles in American history, and learn more about the famous frontiersman, David Crockett. 

Mission Espada

Yet another famous mission building in Texas, here you'll learn more about the largest concentration of Spanish colonials in North America. This World Heritage site was founded in 1690 and offers a great insight into the early Texan history and independence from Spain.

Dealey Plaza

Head to Dallas and you'll find the city's most-visited heritage site: the Dealey Plaza. Built in 1934, this is the spot where President John F. Kennedy was famously assassinated. Here, you'll find the Sixth Floor Museum that houses various momentos and recounts Kennedy's life, death and legacy, as well as the Kennedy Memorial. It's a humbling visit that welcomes thousands each year.

Texas' Historic Landmarks

Texas is alive with history and heritage. The state's story is a journey from foreign territory to an independent nation, and is now home to more than 13,000 historical markers that make Texas quite so fascinating. No matter where you visit, you'll be stepping back in time.

The Alamo

In the 1500's, Spanish explorers began to settle in Texas with a number of missions being built; the most famous of which is the Alamo. The site became a military outpost in the 1800's when Mexico declared its independence from Spain, and was sold off in the early 1900's after the US Army departed Texas. Today, you can enjoy a guided Battlefield Tour to relive one of the most iconic battles in American history, and learn more about the famous frontiersman, David Crockett. 

Mission Espada

Yet another famous mission building in Texas, here you'll learn more about the largest concentration of Spanish colonials in North America. This World Heritage site was founded in 1690 and offers a great insight into the early Texan history and independence from Spain.

Dealey Plaza

Head to Dallas and you'll find the city's most-visited heritage site: the Dealey Plaza. Built in 1934, this is the spot where President John F. Kennedy was famously assassinated. Here, you'll find the Sixth Floor Museum that houses various momentos and recounts Kennedy's life, death and legacy, as well as the Kennedy Memorial. It's a humbling visit that welcomes thousands each year.

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