Attractions/Entertainment

The Art Guild provides fine art assemblies for 9 school districts, house concerts, after school classes, summer art camps and art library.

114 N. Live Oak
Fayetteville, TX 78940
979-378-2113  979-378-3026



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Nestled in a historical setting, Henkel Square Market is a collection of numerous shops that includes artwork, real estate, pies, artist demonstrations, and clothing. The mid-1800's Haw Creek Church is a spectacular wedding destination that is surrounded by beautiful live oak trees. The church has been renovated and is ready for the bride and groom. A spectacular hand-painted stenciled ceiling adorns the church. Other amenities: pipe organ, ample seating, bell tower, landscaped for photo opportunities. Henkel Hall, an 8,000 square feet building, located beside Haw Creek Chapel, is a state of the art building. The beautifully landscaped Henkel Hall includes the following amenities: solid oak wooden floor, dynamic sound system, 22 foot long walnut serving buffet, doors that open to The Grove (cluster of centuries old live oak trees that have their own lighting), full catering kitchen, two multi-purpose rooms, event parking, strolling pathways throughout the grounds, band accommodations, maximum 300 guests, table and chairs for up to 200 guests, and on-site manager. Schedule your event for wedding receptions, concerts, art exhibits, performing arts, reunions, meetings, classes, etc... For information regarding your event plans, please contact Gerald or Debbie Tobola at 979-249-5840. Henkel Square Market will be open Thanksgiving Week for you to get started on your Holiday Shopping. Most shops will be open from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday thru Wednesday. Henkel Square Market will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and open on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Owen Massey/Owner - Gerald Tobola/Property Manager
201 N. Live Oak Street (Mailing: MLD Holdings LLC 199 Henkel Circle)
Round Top, TX 78954
979-249-5840  

The Round Top Area Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) organization of volunteers dedicated to the education, awareness and appreciation of the customs, artifacts, architecture and people of the Round Top community. Come experience the history of Round Top, it's people and cultures with a tour of our historic complex. The 2nd Saturday of every month, 12:00 - 3:00 P.M. Free Admission. For more information, group tours or Pavilion Rental, contact Jeannette Burger at 979.249.3977.

397 E. Mill Street
Round Top, TX 78954
979-249-5058  979.249.3977

The Round Top Family Library (a regular lending library), housed in a unique historical building, serving the communities in Fayette and surrounding counties with a variety of programs and resources. The Bybee Texas Heritage Collection (focused on local history, Texas history and folklore, Texas furniture and decorative arts, and Texas architecture) has been moved to Round Top Festival Institute Library. Anyone interested to do research may contact the Library or the Institute for an appointment.

206 W. Mill Street
Round Top, TX 78954
979-249-2700  979-249-5550
Monday - Saturday 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.



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A world-renowned Summer music festival presented for six weeks in June and July featuring chamber and orchestral concerts each weekend, as well as monthly concerts and educational forums during its year-round "August-to-April" Series.

The James Dick Foundation for the Performing Arts
248 Jaster Road
Round Top, TX 78954
979-249-3129  

Performances of Shakespeare's plays at Winedale spring (final Friday, Saturday in April) and summer (late July, early August) . Final summer performance at Globe Theatre, London.

3738 FM 2714
Round Top, TX 78954
512-471-4993  979-278-3531

A 9-acre complex consisting of a Visitor Center and four historical buildings including a 1933 Cobblers Shop, the Burton Auto Garage, the Cotton Warehouse and the 1914 Farmers Cotton Gin. Designated a national landmark by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the Farmers Cotton Gin is also listed in the Texas Historical Commission and the National Register of Historical Places and is quite possibly the last surviving cotton gin of its vintage that still gins and bales cotton the old fashioned way. Our hours of operation are Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm with daily guided tours of the historic 1914 Burton Farmers Gin at 10 am - 2 pm. Cost is $6 per adult - $4 per student and under 5 free. Discount of $1 per person if a group of 10 or more. The cotton gin is the oldest operating cotton gin in America. Visit us on the web at www.CottonGinMuseum.org

Steph Jarvis, Museum Director
307 N. Main Street
Burton, TX 77835
979-289-3378  

The Texas Quilt Museum has been an idea and a goal for decades. As its founders brought thousands of great quilts to International Quilt Festival in Houston each year since 1974, they realized many people were unable to see them because they were on view a relatively short time. They wanted a place where even more people could discover and appreciate quilts as art in a setting that showcased them for longer periods. In La Grange, a small town in the rolling hills of Central Texas, they discovered a wonderful 19th century building that had lost its luster over time. Over two years, with the help of skilled artisans guided by an architect well-known for repurposing historically significant buildings, that luster has been restored. During the process, an allied building was acquired, increasing exhibition space to more than 10,000 square feet in three galleries.

140 W. Colorado Street
La Grange, TX 78945
979-968-3104    Fax 979-968-6010
THURS - SAT 10 AM - 4 PM ~ SUN Noon - 4 PM

 
Intimate, professional theatre in historic, downtown Brenham offering year round selection of drama, comedy and musicals. Set in a restored warehouse, our 125th performance space offers an intimate theatre experience within walking distance of restaurants, shops and a fine bed & breakfast establishments.

300 Church Street
Brenham, TX 77833
979-830-1460  979-830-8358
20 miles from Round Top Square



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A division of The University of Texas Center for American History featuring tours of nineteenth century buildings, housing early German Texas furniture and decorative arts.

3738 FM 2714
Round Top, TX 78954
979-278-3530  
MON - FRI 9 AM - 5 PM