NOTE: The Park is temporarily closed to the public during the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Ranch as soon as it is safe to do so!

History & Mission

History

In 1988, the Trustees of the George Foundation resolved to open a living history site to preserve the original homestead and to share the four generational legacy of the Jones, Ryon, Davis and George Families. The Fort Bend History Association (formerly the Fort Bend County Museum Association) Board of Trustees voted to accept their landmark offer to create, manage, and present the educational and interpretive programs for the enjoyment of the public. This enduring partnership has resulted in a nationally-prominent historical site visited by thousands and recognized worldwide for showcasing the heritage of Texas. The George Ranch Historical Park is a living history partnership of the Fort Bend History Association and The George Foundation.


George Ranch Historical Park – Mission

The George Ranch Historical Park’s mission is to deliver a compelling educational experience to students and the community through the history, legacy and land of a pioneer Texas family.

George Ranch Historical Park – Vision

That every local student and the community explores the Historical Park and are enriched by the experience.


Fort Bend History Association – Mission

The Fort Bend History Association connects, educates and inspires county residents and visitors through important Texas stories, artifacts, interactive exhibits and memorable experiences.


The George Foundation – Mission

To partner with the community to leverage the Foundation’s resources to positively impact Fort Bend County and its residents.

The George Foundation – Vision

A thriving nonprofit sector that addresses critical community needs, enhances the quality of life and provides opportunities for Fort Bend County residents.

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