Montgomery Travel Guide

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Montgomery Things to Do

  • Historic Sites in Montgomery, TX

    Your report on Montgomery's Nathaniel H. Davis Pioneer Complex & Museum is excellent. I can send you a photo of the flag drawing, if you would like. I just sent to you an update of the museum's address and phone.We have a new historical site that is most impressive! Fernland Historical Park, which contains three old cabins, one dating back to the...

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  • N. H. Davis Museum -c 1851 (#1)

    The Davis home was given to the historical society in 1984 by the Davis heirs. The historical society has made a museum of it which is open Wednesday - Saturday 11am - 3pm. Unfortunately we did the historical driving tour on Tuesday when the Museum was not open. It is the starting point for the historical building and site tour. The other houses...

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  • Historic City Tour

    The Montgomery Historical Society has produced a pamphlet which tells the histories of the older structures in the town. Each spring and fall (in April and December) they have special house tours to raise money for the society's efforts. The December Tour features the Christmas decorations. In between times they can arrange group tours, or you can...

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  • Elegant Dining

    We had dinner at the Yacht Club in the Commodore Dining Room.Someone next to us got Steak Diane and they came out with a cart and we had a big fire show. I had champagne soup with puff pastry to start with. It was impossible to cut the pastry with the spoon and it was too big to eat without cutting it. For the main course I had Grouper Champagne...

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  • Restaurant and Oyster Bar

    We tried to eat at the restaurant near our condo, but they weren't open on Sunday evening, so we came here. They had a printed 'specials' menu so we ordered from that. I got a cup of crawfish bisque for $4.95 (photo 2)Then I had the special #2 (pecan encrusted shrimp salad with strawberry vinaigrette for $12.95 - photo 4) Bob got special #12 (Gulf...

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  • Local Meeting Place

    On the first night, we went out to dinner in the rainy dark - we drove toward Montgomery and went to a restaurant recommended by the resort called Heritage House. This was a "country" restaurant and the parking lot was quite muddy (with a lot of sand in the mud).We noticed a very large group come in and the restaurant quickly added tables to...

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Montgomery Shopping

  • by Candace143 Written Jul 20, 2006

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    Hisctoric Montgomery is known locally for it's large selection of Antique stores. Most of which are all within walking distance of each other. SOme of the shops you will find are The Clover Patch located in the Old post Office and Drug Store building on Liberty Street. This store offers a wide variety of antiques and collectibles and is open Monday thru Saturday 10am - 5:50 pm and Sunday 12 noon - 5:50 pm.

    Also on lIberty street is the Liberty Bell Antiques, The Bank Botique, Trendy Chicks and severl other great shops. This is a 'don't miss' are to shop while visiting Historic Downtown Montgomery.

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Montgomery Off The Beaten Path

  • #29 First State Bank of Montgomery -1908

    The last stop on the Historic Buildings Tour was the First State Bank of Montgomery which was on 211 Liberty in the middle of the Historic Business District at 211 Liberty Street. The Historic Business District runs along Liberty Street from Eva Street (TX 105) to College Street, and then east to Prairie Street. The Museum and the Law Offices...

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  • #15 The Parsonage -1909

    The first Baptist parsonage in Montgomery was built next to the Baptist Church on Pond Street in 1909. Reverend S.T. Gray was the first pastor to occupy it. The house was sold to the Methodists in the 1980s, and in 1992, the Beathard's acquired it and moved it down Caroline Street. It is directly behind Ceder Break park. The Beathard's restored the...

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  • #3 Pecan Shadows - c 1850s

    This house at 504 Caroline was built in the 1850s for Dr. Bell, brother of Judge Bell, owner of Bells Grove. The walls are hand-hewn and joined with square nails and rest on long cypress logs. It has been owned by the mayor of the city, and used as a boarding house (at different times) and also served as the telephone office at one time. The...

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#8 Old Methodist Parsonage - 1860s
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#7 Social Circle - 1908
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#6 The Bells of Montgomery -1908
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