George Ranch Historical Park is open for scheduled tours and field trips Tuesday-Friday & open to the public on Saturdays 9-5.

Texian Market Days

Save the Date!

October 23, 2021

at the George Ranch Historical Park

The Fort Bend History Association is proud to present the 37th annual Texian Market Days festival, held at the George Ranch Historical Park. Bring the whole family to discover more than 150 years of Texas history! Enjoy hands-on activities, battle re-enactments, live entertainment, first-person costumed interpreters, historic home tours, games, cowboys, vintage vehicles, food, craft vendors and more. Texian Market Days is our biggest living history event of the year — you don’t want to miss it!

Battle Re-Enactments • Food Trucks • Vendors • Pioneer Folk Life
Cowboys & Cowgirls • Games • Cattleworking Demonstrations • Historic House Tours
Live Music and Entertainment • Hands-On Activities  • And More!

Adults: $20 | Seniors & Children ages 4-12: $15

Did you know? Come to the festival in full historic costume and receive half-off admission at the gate!

Need inspiration? Check out these costume guides:

Women’s Costume Guide | Men’s Costume Guide | Children’s Costume Guide

 


Get the Early Bird discount when you buy now!

Adult – $18.00

 

Senior – $13.00

Child – $13.00

 


Texian Market Days Field Trips on Friday, October 22

To sign up or get more information about Texian Market Day Field Trips please contact Maggie Trinker.
Advance registration is required and space is limited.

281-343-0218 ext. 220


Food Vendors:

Contact: Ashley Gonzalez, 281-343-0218 x260

Craft Vendors:

Contact: Ana Alicia Acosta, 281-342-6478

Sponsors:

Contact: Claire Rogers, 281-342-1256

Volunteers:

Re-enactors contact: Sarah DeArmond, 281-343-0218 x222
General volunteer contact: Jessica Avery, 281-342-6478


2021 Sponsorship Opportunities

View our Sponsorship Packet. 

For sponsorship questions, email sponsors@fbhistory.org


The Texian Market Days festival is a community event benefiting the:

Photos courtesy: Roy Kasmir, Deidre Black and the Fort Bend History Association.

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