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
- 630 S. Oakes, San Angelo
- Historical Site, Museum, National Park
- 703 S. Chadbourne St., San Angelo
- Historical Site
- 18 1/2 East Concho Avenue, San Angelo