Links to Reenacting Groups and Historic Places in Texas



Texas Rifles:

Civil War group many of whose members are now, or have been, Texas Revolution reenactors.


11th Texas Cav Site:

Civil War group who also helps put on the Liendo Plantation Civil War Weekend each November.


Liendo Plantation:

An 1950s plantation near Hempstead.† The Home of the Liendo Plantation Civil War Weekend each November.



Alamo de Parras:

This group is dedicated to accurately depicting the Alamoís place in history


Presidio la Bahia:

The significance of the Presidio is that it and the two missions constitute the only surviving example of a Spanish Colonial mission/presidio complex in Texas and one of very few in North America. 


San Antonio Living History Association:

Their goal is to promote greater understanding of San Antonio's multi-cultured heritage through the use of the skills and the art of living history interpretation in schools and at historic sites in San Antonio and Texas.


San Jacinto

They work to preserve the San Jacinto site and to pu on the San Jacinto Battle each year.


The Texian Legacy Association:†

The main purpose of the corporation is to research, preserve and teach the skills and history of pre-1840 Texas and to foster an interest in the rich heritage of Texas through public living history presentations, demonstrations, reenactments and interpretations.


George Ranch Historical Park:

Brings to life Texas history from the 1820ís to the present on the site of a single ranch.† They also sponsor Texian Market Days each October.


The Alamo:

Itís the Alamo !