Accessibility

We are an outdoor living history museum showcasing four historic sites along an approximately 1.25 mile loop.  The loop is accessible by foot or via a tractor-driven tram that circles the loop providing transportation to each site.  Three of our homes have wheel chair lifts or ramps for first floor access.

Designated parking spaces are located near the Visitor Center.  Wheel chair accessible restrooms are located throughout the site.

Service animals are welcome.

For additional questions or special requirements, please contact our Visitor’s Center at (281) 343-0218 or email us.

Autism-Friendly Accommodations at the George Ranch Historical Park

The George Ranch Historical Park is proud to offer our families with children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), as well as other sensory and developmental challenges, a local attraction with a customized and welcoming environment.

The GRHP Sensory Friendly Guide shows the locations of the Quiet Corners, which can be used as needed. Sensory kits are available at each site and filled with items such as weighted lap pads, stress balls, fidgets, coloring pages and short story books. Noise-canceling headphones and color therapy glasses are also available for check-out at the Visitor Center. These items are first come, first-serve.

The following GRHP Sensory Friendly Guides were created in coordination with The Arc of Fort Bend County to help our guests prepare for their visit to our facility.

George Ranch Historical Park Sensory Story

Jones Stock Farm Sensory Story

In addition, please check out our GRHP Sensory Friendly Story video:

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