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Map and information about Historical Cemeteries, genealogy and history of Hardin County Texas. Includes links to more genealogy related websites and downloadable map. Find Out More...



The Heritage Village Museum is actually an entire village dedicated to preserving Texas' past. This living museum of pioneer history features and old-blacksmith shop, railroad depot, livery stable and log cabins from the 1800's. Demonstrations of the old way people studied and lived offer an outstanding insight into pioneer life in East Texas. Find Out More...



The Ice House Has Served Silsbee For 60 Years: Making ice and now as a Museum. Features an art exhibition hall in which fine art is on display year round. Monthly exhibitions feature area artists of all media. Find Out More...



This beautiful, romantic historic mansion - now a museum sits on 2.5 acres with original furnishings, photos and artifacts dating back to 1832. Also the home of the Hardin County Tourist Bureau, a must see on your trip to the Big Thicket. Find Out More...



The Oil Patch Museum is a tribute to drillers, tool pushers, roughnecks and companies of this important Big Thicket industry. Museum includes pictures, models and equipment from the early days of the oil industry. Find Out More...



Ask any one in Silsbee or in Southeast Texas for that matter, "what the hottest ticket in town is," you will hear repeatedly "an evening with friends at the Silsbee Little Theater's annual spring dinner theater production." The Silsbee Little Theater has an extraordinary reputation in southeast Texas for the plays the organization produces and for the great talent of local community actors who appear on its stage. Find Out More...



Visitors from all over the world come to visit this wonderful natural wonderland. This biological crossroads offers hundreds of wildlife species, hiking, camping, canoeing, bicycling, horseback riding, bird watching, fishing and more. A fun, educational trip for the entire family. Find Out More...



For birders, the Texas coast is a marvel of tanagers, buntings, orioles, warblers, and hummingbirds. With 613 documented bird, Texas exceeds all other states in opportunities to see a variety of birds. Texas specialties such as the green jay, ringed kingfisher, and great kiskadee provide birders with unique viewing opportunities. No wonder travelers converge on Texas to marvel at this colorful array. Find Out More...



The Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary was established in order to preserve one of the most unique and ecologically diverse natural areas of the Big Thicket region of Texas. Situated on ancient alluvial deposits of Village Creek, the Sanctuary offers six miles of nature trails, eight miles of canoeing on Village Creek, hiking, picnicking, bird watching, nature study and more. Find Out More...



One of Hardin Counties biggest attractions. Tourists, visitors and locals alike have come to appreciate the beauty and the uniquemess of this newest addition to the State Park system. 1003.9 heavily forested acres; tours, interpretive, and educational programs; guided nature trail hikes, a self-guided trail, night hikes, slide presentations, campfire talks. The park is a "rain forest" full of cypress swamps; water tupelo, river birch, mayhaw, and yaupon trees; baygalls and blackwater sloughs in the flood plain of the Neches River. Find Out More...



Martin Dies, Jr. State Park is a 705-acre recreational area in Jasper and Tyler Counties between Woodville and Jasper on B. Visitors can enjoy camping, hiking, boating, canoeing, fishing, swimming, mountain biking and wildlife and bird watching. There are canoes, cycles, and a flat bottom boat for rent. Find Out More...



A unique part of Hardin County is also one of its most mysterious, fascinating and out-if-way places: The Ghost Road. Unexplainable ghostly lights haunt this historic area of the Big Thicket. Whatever the light is, its presence, or the thought of its presence, has been powerful enough to generate enough interest to make sure the Ghost Road remains as it is, an important part of Hardin County history. Find Out More...



The Big Thicket area has it's share of interesting and fun waterways and rivers. Many flow through parts of the Big Thicket National Preserve, Sandylands Sanctuary and other natural attractions only accessible to tourists by boat or canoe. Find Out More...


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