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07 | San Jacinto Family Day: Flags of the Texas Revolution (LaPorte)


Children Free with purchase of adult ticket




San Jacinto Museum & Battlefield|One Monument Circle, La Porte, Texas 77571

Flags of the Texas Revolution DETAILS

From the organizer:

The Texians created and used multiple flags throughout the Texan Revolution to represent their cause, six of which we fly daily at the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site. All flags send a visual message, and the Texian army had a lot to say! From the crystal-clear invitation to “Come and Take It” on the Gonzales flag, to the symbolic Liberty flag flown at the battle of San Jacinto, these flags proudly display the goals and intentions of the Revolution. Discover what our six flags represent and learn about the study of vexillology while creating your own flag!

SAN JACINTO DAY takes place on the first Saturday of each month. On that day, children can enter for free when accompanied by an adult family member who purchases a ticket. In addition, there will be a hands-on, interactive program designed to be enjoyed as a family scheduled for part of the day. Child entry is FREE all day with the purchase of an adult ticket, so bring the kids or grandkids and experience Texas history as a family!  While groups are welcome to participate in the Family Day activity, free child admission only applies to families.


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