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San Angelo, Texas Tourist Attractions

Parks, Museums, Sightseeing, ...

The Concho River and its pearls and the Fort Concho National Historic Landmark are the big draws of this small city in mid-Texas. The river pearls are unique and sought after - Concho Avenue is a good place to quest for pearls already cleaned and set in jewelry. The Fort Concho National Historic Landmark dates from the time of the Civil War and has two museums within its sturdily ancient walls - museums on telephones and frontier medicine.

Symphonies and live theater are excellent in San Angelo and you won't want to miss the planetarium, or the green, well-kept parks.

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  • 1936 Sherwood Way, San Angelo
  • Performing Arts
  • 325-949-4400

Texas has a long history of community theater, but this is Texas's oldest community theatre and still producing, producing, and producing. Musicals are their primary genre, from old classics to newer and more edgy song and dance.

  • 630 S. Oakes, San Angelo
  • Historical Site, Museum, National Park
  • 325-481-2646

Fort Concho was built just after the Civil War and over half it remains standing today. You'll walk through barracks of both the infantry and the calvary, the stables and the schoolhouse, and many other buildings dating from the 1860s. Two museums rest within the walls of this landmark. The E.H. Dan...

  • 1 Love St, San Angelo
  • Museum
  • 325-653-3333

Although the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts has plenty of fine paintings hung on its walls, it's most famous for ceramics. Few museums have quite its reputation for clay. Go up top on the roof for the sculpture terrace . . . art and a view of the city beyond.

  • 2601 West Avenue N, San Angelo
  • Performing Arts

  • Christoval
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 325-255-2254

During the summer, the Black-chinned Hummingbirds congregate in this ranch in numbers unknown anywhere else in Texas. Even if you come in other seasons, you'll find plenty of bird species and perhaps deer, at that.

  • Park Drive, San Angelo
  • City Park-Neighborhood

  • Downtown, San Angelo
  • City Park-Neighborhood, Historical Site

  • 703 S. Chadbourne St., San Angelo
  • Historical Site
  • 325-944-1815

  • 18 1/2 East Concho Avenue, San Angelo
  • Museum

Miss Hattie's was, indeed, a bordello that operated through the first half of the twentieth century until the Texas Rangers shut it down. It's been restored much to how it looked then.

  • US 83, Paint Rock
  • Historical Site
  • 325-732-4418

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