The State Capitol and Visitors Center to Find All Places to Visit in Texas

The State Capitol and Visitors Center

The Texas State Capitol is the legislative hall building and seat of administration of the American province of Texas. Situated in midtown Austin, Texas, the structure houses the workplaces and offices of the Texas Legislature and of the Governor of Texas. Planned in 1881 by draftsman Elijah E. Myers, it was built … Read more

Learning More About Dublin, TX Native Ben Hogan

Golfing has been around for quite some time now, and is known for being a slow and relaxing sport that still requires some real skill to be able to play properly. But obviously, as with literally any sport in existence today, the current form of golfing didn’t just come about overnight. Many … Read more

Honoring Rosie the Riveter at the Vintage Flying Museum

The cover of published music for a song about Rosie

‘Rosie the Riveter’ wasn’t an actual person, but was a cultural icon that represented the six million women who filled men’s jobs during World War II. In addition to this group, there were also around 10 million Rosie volunteers. Prior to this era in history, women weren’t usually doing jobs as factory … Read more

Post World War II Art Viewable at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Entrance

The Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth is home to some of the most acclaimed modern and contemporary art collections in the United States. It is dedicated to presenting and interpreting international art from mostly the 1940s and onward. Its permanent collection includes more than 3,000 art pieces, including those by Jackson … Read more

Finding Frederic Remington Paintings at the Sid Richardson Museum

An artwork titled “The Flight” by Frederic Remington depicting people on horseback riding through a desert landscape.

Texas is often stereotyped as the state of the Old Western towns, of cowboys, and of gun enthusiasts among other Old Western themed stuff. And if you find yourself in the city of Dallas, perhaps it’s time to put on your cowboy hat and check out the fantastic Sid Richardson Museum at … Read more

The Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall Allows You to See Many Types of Performances

The Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall lit up at night with the dome and sculpted angels in view.

Texas is super fun state to tour around, and Dallas is a super fun city to explore. Like many of the other cities in Texas, Dallas is full of places to be, sights to see, and activities to do. The variety of stuff available to visitors and residents alike consists of all … Read more

There Is Plenty to Do in White Rock

Touring around the great Lonestar State, your trip through Texas would be incomplete if you didn’t make a stop at the city of Dallas. The city itself is a super fun place to hang out in, with tons of engaging activities to be done and lots of fascinating places to visit. But … Read more

Texas A&M University – Commerce Is the Fifth-Oldest University in Texas

Texas A&M University–Commerce Is the Fifth-Oldest University in Texas

Texas A&M University-Commerce is a public research institution situated in Commerce, Texas, approximately 65 miles northeast of Dallas. Established in 1889, it is the fifth-oldest university in the state that has cemented its legacy in providing quality education for over 130 years. Today, it registers an academic enrollment of more or less … Read more