Heritage and History
Discover Texas heritage and history in San Marcos!
- 400 E. Hopkins Street
- (512) 392-4295
Charles S. Cock House, erected in 1867, is a modest, vernacular Greek Revival structure and the oldest remaining residential building in San Marcos.
- 131 N. Guadalupe
- (512) 353-3300
The LBJ Museum of San Marcos preserves the legacy of Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of the United States, by focusing on his years spent as a student at what is now Texas State University (then Southwest Texas State Teachers College), his teaching experiences in South…
- 211 Lee Street
- (512) 878-0640
The Mission of Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos (CCHSM) is to serve as a community beacon for the preservation, development, promotion and celebration of the Hispanic arts, culture, heritage and values. The Centro's programs and educational curriculum include the areas of…
- 215 N LBJ Dr
- (512) 392-5158
Come enjoy from-scratch goodness in the underground dining room, right outside on the patio, or upstairs on the new deck! Soak up the views while chowing down on homemade eats in the heart of San Marcos.