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Saturday Lunch – Before Thanksgiving was Thanksgiving Pig Roast Register

Join us and enjoy Whole Roast Pig (no head), Pinto Beans with Ranch Bacon, Corn with (mild) Fire Roasted Chilis, Dandelion Greens w/ Fat Back and Potato, Pan D Campo bread, Savory Sweet Potato Pone, Corn Bread, Cracklin Bread, Assorted Pickled Vegetables, Piggy Sauce, Blackberry Cobbler, Peach Cobbler, Apple Cobbler, Ice Tea, Water

Saturday Lunch – 1860s Ryon Prairie Home Lunch Register

Country Ham, Grandmother Jones’s Pan Gravy, Corn & Potato Casserole, Black-Eyed Peas, Chow Chow Relish, Sally Lunn, Apple Crumble w/Hard Sauce, Beverages

Lunch is served at 12:30. Please pick up wrist bands at Visitors Center beginning at 9 a.m. when purchasing admission. The cost of the meal is in addition to the price of admission.

Campfire Christmas – 2017 Register

Journey back into time to Christmas’s Past with this one of kind immersive program. Start your evening with a merry greeting at the Visitor’s Center and hot chocolate and coffee to warm your soul. Then enjoy a classic, holiday meal featuring the best and most scrumptious recipes from Christmas pasts. Enjoy this delicious festive feast and then take a turn on the dance floor to the music of the ever popular Pat Gavin and the Buckaroo Band. After your hearty Christmas meal, hop on our magical, time-traveling tram that will take you back to Christmas Eve’s pasts.

1st Stop: Travel back to Christmas Eve 1836 and join the Jones Family as they celebrate Texas independence from Mexico with a Christmas Eve Celebration. Take a turn in the stock farm yard and talk with the newly independent Texians as they chart a new course.

2nd Stop: Next stop, visit a cattle camp on a Christmas Eve 1870 and learn about the booming cattle industry post-Civil War. Chat with the cowboys and sing some tunes out on the lonely range while sipping hot coffee and cider by a roaring fire.

3rd Stop: On your last stop, call on the Davis Victorian Mansion on Christmas Eve 1893. The Davis family is entertaining and the family children are staging a special Dickens production.

Menu: A Christmas Carol Dinner –
Roast Turkey with Gravy, Roast Goose with a Cranberry-Orange Sauce, Sage and Onion Stuffing, Mashed & Duchess Potatoes, Mixed Roasted Vegetable Medley, Apple Sauce & Fried Apples, Yeast Rolls, Plum Pudding with Hard Sauce, Blackberry & Peach Cobbler, Tea, Water, Coffee, Hot Chocolate & Cider

Tickets are non-refundable and Campfire Christmas is held regardless of the weather. This event is recommended for adults and children 8 and up. Please call (281) 343-0218 extension 220 for groups of 7 or more or if you have any difficulties booking on-line.

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December 9, 2017
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00
6:15 PM - 8:45 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00
December 16, 2017
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00
6:15 PM - 8:45 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00

Children’s Campfire Christmas Register

Join us for a family-geared Campfire Christmas that focuses on the little ones in your life. Participate in fun Christmas crafts, take a hayride through the Park and sing Christmas songs around the campfire. A light dinner is included in the ticket price.6:00-8:00pm.

Saturday Lunch – 1890s Davis Victorian Roast Lunch Register

Roast Beef Carving Station, English Country Gravy, Green Beans w/Mushrooms, Roasted Root Vegetables, Colcannon Casserole, Yorkshire Pudding, Treacle Pudding, Jelly Molds, Assorted Country Breads, Beverages

Lunch begins at 12:30. The cost of the meal is in addition to admission to the Park. Please pick up wrist bands at the visitors center beginning at 9:00 a.m. when purchasing admission to the park. Lunch tickets are non-refundable.

Home School Program From Pasture to Parlor Register

Experience life in 1860s post-Civil War Texas with a visit to the home of Polly Ryon and her husband. Learn about the lives of the different people who helped operate a working Ranch in this era. Students will:

  • Learn about the life of the 19th century child and experience the one-room school house.
  • Discover the life of a 1860s cowboy with interactive activities that explore the Ryons’ ranching operations.
  • Explore domestic service life at a large ranch and participate in the daily chores necessary to keep the ranch running smoothly. Hands-on activities may include laundry, cooking and/or other daily chores.
  • Additional rotations may include activities based on the life of the 19th century ranch owner. Activities may include etiquette, business practices or genteel domestic skills.

Tickets are non-refundable. Parent / chaperone must accompany student throughout the entire program. Adults, please purchase only one ticket for each day attending. Student tickets must be purchased individually and separately for each program. All tickets include admission to the Park allowing program participants to visit other areas of the Park free of school programs.

Location George Ranch Historical Park
10215 FM 762 Rd
Richmond TX

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Hosted By George Ranch




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January 24, 2018
9:30 - 11:00 AM
Adult Chaperone age 16 and up--All Day ticket$8.00
Student age 4 - 15--Single Program (Includes Park admission)$7.00
Tag Along non-participant age 3 and under no charge but please register$0.00
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Adult Chaperone age 16 and up--All Day ticket$8.00
Student age 4 - 15--Single Program (Includes Park admission)$7.00
Tag Along non-participant age 3 and under no charge but please register$0.00
January 25, 2018
9:30 - 11:00 AM
Adult Chaperone age 16 and up--All Day ticket$8.00
Student age 4 - 15--Single Program (Includes Park admission)$7.00
Tag Along non-participant age 3 and under no charge but please register$0.00
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Adult Chaperone age 16 and up--All Day ticket$8.00
Student age 4 - 15--Single Program (Includes Park admission)$7.00
Tag Along non-participant age 3 and under no charge but please register$0.00

Home School Program Pioneers in Texas Register

Learn about pioneer life in 1830s pre-Revolution Texas through an exploration of how early pioneers accomplished the essential—food, shelter and clothing—in this new land.
Students will:

  • Experience an open hearth cooking demonstration and learn about food acquisition in this new frontier.
  • Discover domestic life with an introduction to the dog trot cabin and a fire-making demonstration. In addition, tour the outbuildings which were critical extensions of the home on an early stock farm.
  • Explore log cabin life through spinning and weaving demonstrations as well as hands-on activities such as hand ginning cotton and finger spinning.

Additional rotations may include activities such as Native American sign language, chores or field work.

Tickets are non-refundable. Parent / chaperone must accompany student throughout the entire program. Adults, please purchase only one ticket for each day attending. Student tickets must be purchased individually and separately for each program. All tickets include admission to the Park allowing program participants to visit other areas of the Park free of school programs.

Location George Ranch Historical Park
10215 FM 762 Rd
Richmond TX

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Hosted By George Ranch




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January 24, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Adult Chaperone age 16 and up--All Day ticket$8.00
Student age 4 - 15--Single Program (Includes Park admission)$7.00
Tag Along non-participant age 3 and under$0.00
January 25, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Adult Chaperone age 16 and up--All Day ticket$8.00
Student age 4 - 15--Single Program (Includes Park admission)$7.00
Tag Along non-participant age 3 and under$0.00

Tales of Texas Home School Day Register

Capture the Independent Texas Spirit with a Special Celebration of Texas History! Purchasing your tickets in advance eases your check-in process on Home School Day. Groups purchasing tickets together must check-in together. Consider your group’s situation. Individual families may want to book individually instead of as part of a larger group if arrival times will vary. Advance tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for students age 5-15 and free for 4 and under and must be purchased by February 8th. Tickets are non-refundable.

Location George Ranch Historical Park
10215 FM 762 Rd
Richmond TX

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Hosted By George Ranch




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February 22, 2018
Adult age 16 and up$8.00
Child age 5 - 15$5.00
Toddler age 4 and under$0.00
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