The Heritage Society at Sam Houston Park

RSVP by Friday, March 28th. CLICK HERE TO RSVP.

Email Hallie Gluk at hallie@hcponline.org or call (713)-529-4755, ext.10. if you have any questions.

HCP Capture Crawls are only open to HCP Members. Learn about becoming a member of HCP HERE.

Sunday, April 30th, 2017
1000 Bagby Street
10:00AM – 11:00 AM
Price: Free for All HCP Members

Immaculately preserved 19th-century houses back-dropped by skyscrapers, come capture the relics of Houston's cultural past in one of the city's oldest parks! In 1899, Mayor Sam Brashear appointed Houston's first park committee to oversee the establishment of Sam Houston Park. The 20 acres of land allotted to the park was transformed into an Victorian oasis, with a path meandering past a 52-year old house that had long been used as a school, an old mill and a quaint wooden bridge.

By the 1950s Houston was experiencing an economic boom, and old buildings were rapidly being torn down to make way for new ones. In 1954, in an effort to protect the now century-old Kellum-Noble House, a group of Houstonians banded together to found the Heritage Society. After their success in restoring and protecting the Kellum-Noble house, the Heritage Society went on to preserve numerous other architectural gems by relocating them to the Sam Houston property. The park now showcases an impressive 10 buildings from different eras, ranging from a pre Texas revolution Cabin to the early-twentieth-century Staiti Mansion.

Join us as we travel back in time to marvel at Houston's architectural past!

CLICK HERE TO RSVP
RSVP by 12:00pm Friday, July 28th.

CLICK HERE for more information about the Heritage Society and their rules and regulations. Tripods are permitted.

A final update email will be sent later that afternoon to those who have RSVP'd.

As a reminder, Capture Crawl events are available to members only. There will be no admission for family or friends.

Please email Hallie Gluk or call 713.529.4755 ext.10 if you have any questions.

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