Historic Sites

Celebrating 20 yrs. Main Street
Due to the coronavirus outbreak hours may vary – please call ahead to confirm.

 Fayette County Courthouse
151 North Washington Street
(979) 968-6469
Completed in 1891, this three-story building is a prime example of the
Romanesque Revival style of architecture.

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm (Self-Guided Tours)

Historic Casino Hall
254 N. Jefferson Street
(979) 968-3017
The Historic Casino Hall is our newly renovated La Grange Main Street & Visitors Bureau. 
We have information on local attractions, public restrooms, a visitors lounge, historic exhibits, and a performing arts center on the second floor. 
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm | Saturday 10am-3pm
Sunday 12pm-4pm

The Historic Faison Home
822 South Jefferson Street
(979) 968-5756
The N.W. Faison House, one of the oldest in Fayette County,
boasts original furnishings of the wealthy Faison family,
whose members occupied the home for nearly 90 years.
Relatively unaltered since its construction in the mid-19th century,
it was the home of one of the earliest settlers of the area,
Nathaniel W. Faison (1817-1870), a military hero, land baron,
and benefactor of the African American community after emancipation.
Saturdays 12pm-4pm

Monument Hill & Kreische Brewery State Historic Sites
414 State Loop 92
(979) 968-5658
These historic sites are comprised of a stone monument commemorating heroes
of the Texas War for Independence that are buried on the
park grounds along with the ruins of the
third largest brewery in the State at the peak of its popularity.
Open Daily 8am-5pm
Grounds are open but the visitors center exhibits are closed to the public.

 Old La Grange City Cemetary
Business Highway 71
The cemetary was first used for burial in the 1840s
and is the final resting palce of Fayette County's earliest settlers
and Texas War heroes. 
Open Daily 8am-5pm