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The Heritage Center includes our pavilion, Campanile bell tower, outdoor amphitheater and the Ranger Ring of Honor, a Soaring Memorial, dedicated to those who gave all in their service to the Texas Rangers and to the Citizens of Texas. Coming soon...more
This is a great open-air facility to rent for meetings, weddings, receptions, etc. The docents were wonderful at telling us all about it, but there wasn't a lot to see yet. I think it is a work in progress that honors the fearless Texas Rangers.
This located right next to Fort Martin Scott. (You can walk there). A tribute to the men who helped form the west and Texas for sure. There is still a lot to be done, but it is still worth your while to see what they...More
This Heritage Center is a nice facility (yes, you can host an event here and enjoy the outstanding view) now... with some gorgeous statues.. but what is to come will be outstanding! If you are lucky enough to run into one of the retired Rangers...More
We stopped by the Texas Rangers Heritage Center and met with two of the volunteers. These gentlemen were full of information and my husband and I spent at least 1.5 hours talking to them. They are in the process of raising funds to build a...More
We didn't have a long time to spend at this attraction but the Ranger volunteer was very friendly and informative. Would be great to attend an event here. When the 2nd phase is completed will be excellent! The sculpture next to the bell tower is...More
First time here great location just outside Fredericksburg this is the visitor Center for the new ranger museum when the raise the funds to build it the staff say the state of Texas is not providing any funds toward it what a absolute disgrace. Anyway...More
This is a great tribute to Texas Rangers of the past and present. They are very friendly and informative about the history of Texas Rangers. I look forward to visiting phase two of the project that will include a museum.