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institution, the Star of the Republic Museum interprets the
history of the Republic of Texas and its influences.
Interpretation is conducted through exhibits, school and group
programs, media programs, and community programs. The Museum
collects and preserves artifacts to implement the programs and
extensively researches to ensure authenticity of the
collections and presentation.
The Star of the Republic Museum depicts the Texas Republic Period (1836-1846) through modern exhibits, audio-visual presentations, and educational programs. Seasonal exhibitions, special events, and interpretive demonstrations are also regularly scheduled throughout the year.
Among the many other notable
artifacts, the Star of the Republic Museum exhibits a 9 foot
painting of the reading of the Texas Declaration of
Independence which was painted in 1936 by renown Texas artist,
Charles Normann; a Lone Star flag dating to 1842; numerous
documents and maps of the Texas Republic; and various pieces
of Texana culture.
Name: Texas Independence Day Celebration
* Date: weekend closest to March 2nd.
* Describe: A celebration commemorating the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence. This event is held in conjunction with
Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site. Many craft demonstrators and re-enactors are located throughout the park and museum
to help the public become aware of, not only 19th century life, but particularly life within the Texas Republic.
* Please call in at least two weeks in advance for group and school tour reservations/rates.
The Star of the Republic Museum is located in
rural Texas, between Brenham and Navasota off Texas Highway 105.
The museum is also approximately 30
miles from College Station, Texas, home of Texas A&M University.