Washington on the Brazos Historical Foundation presents Texas Independence Day Celebration

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Texas Independence Day Celebration
Photo courtesy of Washington on the Brazos State Park Association

The Texas Independence Day Celebration is an annual two-day living history celebration on the 300-acre Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site to celebrate where 59 delegates bravely met in 1836 to make a formal declaration of independence from Mexico in 1836.

The event features live music, food, demonstrations and sales of traditional crafts (blacksmithing, candle makers, woodworking, quilting and more), living history presentations, musket and cannon firings, pageantry, kids activities, museum exhibit and other commemorative programs.

Historical reenactors set up a bonafide 1836 Texas Army camp where visitors can wander freely among the tents to learn how the soldiers and their families lived in 1836 so guests can experience life in Texas in 1836.

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Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site
23400 Park Rd. 12
Washington, TX 77880

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Admission is free.