2015 San Jacinto Day Festival and Battle Reenactment

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The largest battle reenactment in the state is the centerpiece of the San Jacinto Day Festival on the grounds surrounding the San Jacinto Monument. The reenactment recreates the events leading up to Texas winning its independence from Mexico 179 years ago at the decisive Battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836.

The festival is a full day of entertainment, vendors, food, family activities, cultural exhibitors, games and fun set amidst living history, including music and dancing on two stages featuring country-western bands, flamenco dancers, Native American presentations, square dancers and much more; food vendors; make-and-take activities and crafts for children; children's train; petting zoo; medicine wagon show; birds of prey; weavers, spinners, blacksmiths and other demonstrators; and dozens of unique hand-crafted items for sale.



San Jacinto Monument
One Monument Cir.
La Porte, TX 77571-9585


Admission is free.
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