Motel 6 Huntsville

122 Interstate 45, I-45 at U.S. 190, Exit #116, Huntsville, Texas, 77340, United States
Motel 6 Huntsville
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Travel Tips for Huntsville

Visit the Sam Houston Museum....

by comiccodger

Visit the Sam Houston Museum. See the Sam Stqatute on I45, Stand on the sidewalk next to the 'Walls' [a prison unit known OFFICALLY as the Huntsville Unit]and as you lok up realize that the prisoners themselves built the wall. People

Fair on the Square

by der_geograf

Usually held the first weekend in October, the Fair on the Square is an arts, crafts, and trade festival held on the block surrounding the Walker County courthouse in downtown Huntsville, and some adjacent streets including Rather Park.

Vendors sell all kinds of things from furniture, antiques and art, to various Texan food dishes.

Inside the Sam Houston Statue Visitors Center

by ATXtraveler

Make sure you head over to the Statue during the visitors center hours so you can see some of the memorabilia of Sam. Inside the cabin, they have set up a nice little tribute to Sam Houston with pictures and artifacts of his era.

Its worth a couple minutes of your time!

Sam Houston Monument and Grave at Oakwood Cemetery

by Stephen-KarenConn

On the 75th anniversary of the battle San Jacinto, April 21, 1911, the State of Texas erected this monument to the memory of Sam Houston. The honorable William Jennings Bryan spoke to the hundreds of people in attendance, proclaiming General Houston as a national hero as well as a great Texas patriot.

The monument, sculpted by Pompeo Coppini, is of Texas grey granite and represents Houston as the General in command of the Texas Army. On the left is the figure of "Lady Victory" and on the right is "Lady History."

The inscription on the monument's east side was written by Houston's youngest daughter who was in attendance at the ceremony. The wrought iron fence which surrounds the grave site is designed with inverted axes, symbolizing "Peace, the battle is over."

Sam Houston Memorial Museum

by ATXtraveler

Sam Houston was a great statesman, and a very loyal citizen of Texas. Starting as the governor of Tennessee, to defeating Santa Ana in the Battle of San Jacinto, Sam Houston's life was very intriguing.

From growing up in Tennessee, to reporting to Mexico, to starting the country known as Texas, this story is very interesting, and worth the time.

He called Huntsville home throughout most of his stay in Texas, so the information in here is quite extensive.


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Address: 122 Interstate 45, I-45 at U.S. 190, Exit #116, Huntsville, Texas, 77340, United States