Gonzales Pioneer Village




One-half mi. North of town on Hwy. 183
P.O. Box 431
Gonzales, Texas 78629-0431
Phone 210-672-2157

Take a Walk Through History

Open Year Around
Sept.-May Sat. 10 AM-5 PM Sun 1-5 PM
June-Aug Fri 10-4 Sat 10-5 Sun 1-5
Group Tours Tues-Sat
Call 210-672-2157 For Information
Admission: Under age 6, no charge; ages 6 to 10, $1.00;
11 to 64, $2.50; Sr. Citizens, $2.00.

Open During Spring Break

The Pioneer Village Living History Center is a non-profit corporation dedicated to preserving our past by saving our historic buildings and pioneer way of life. From an 1830s single room log cabin to an 1870s cypress sided Church, the Village will provide a unique experience in learning about Texas history. This is a collection of restored buildings and a working Blacksmith Shop and Broom Factory which allows you to walk through the pages of history and relive the daily life of the people who shaped the Texas we know today.

There were immigrants who came to the wild free land of Texas and carved out a life for themselves and their families. Some of these brave leaders gave their life-blood at the Alamo. You are looking at and experiencing the same sights that greeted them each day. They actually lived in houses very much like these, and performed the tasks that you see being recreated for you at our special events. The people who either stayed through the conflict for independence or came later, made it through the Republic days and on into the statehood of the then largest, and still boldest state in the Union.

This is not just a recreated "old town". This is Old Gonzales and the way life really was in the nineteenth century. Join us in a walk back into time -- a journey back when -- -- --

Handicap Access:
Follow US Hwy. 183
to Sarah DeWitt Dr.,
(Alt. US 90) turn east.
Turn left on FM 794
toward Harwood (North).
Follow highway to
Pioneer Village Back Gate sign.
Follow gravel road to gate.