Historical Markers in
Burnet County, Texas

1910 Post Office Building Airy Mount Barn Bertram Bertram School Bethel Cemetery Black's Fort Brandt Badger House Briggs State Bank Burnet County Burnet County Jail Captain Jesse Burnam Christian-Matern House Conrad Fuchs House Crownover Chapel Dead Man's Hole DeWolfe-Dillingham Community Cemetery Dobyville Cemetery Early Oatmeal School Fort Croghan Stone Building Fuchs Cemetery General Adam R. Johnson George Whitaker Home Gillum Cemetery Governor O. M. Roberts' House Granite Mountain Granite Mountain Henry Thomas Lodge, A.F. & A.M. Hoag-Faubion-Fuchs House Holland Springs Hoover's Valley Cemetery Joppa Community Joppa Iron Truss Bridge Lake Victor Lodge No. 1011, A. F. & A. M. Logan Vandeveer Longhorn Cavern Administration Building Longhorn Caverns Magill Family Cemetery Mahomet Cemetery Mahomet-Sycamore Springs Community Marble Falls Depot Marble Falls Factory Site Marble Falls School Building Masonic Hall Michel's Drug Store Mount Blanc School Mount Horeb Lodge Mount Zion Cemetery Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wolf Naruna Baptist Church Naruna Cemetery Oakalla Oatmeal Cemetery Oatmeal Cemetery Old Cook Home Old Thomas Ranch House Oldest Commercial Building in Burnet Otto Ebeling House Peter Kerr Prairie View Cemetery Red Brick School Rockvale Rocky Rest Russell Fork Iron Truss Bridge Shady Grove Community Site of Fort Croghan Site of Mormon Settlement Site of Prairie Point Community Site of Town of Strickling Smith Cemetery Smithwick Cemetery St. Frederick Baptist Church St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church Stewart Pioneer Home Struve House The Badger Building The Bryson Place The Burnet Bulletin The Community of Briggs The Galloway House The Roper Hotel The Russell-McFarland Homestead The Tobey Community Cemetery The Village of South Gabriel Tobey Cemetery
Texas is also home to the world's largest honky-tonk, Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth. The venue covers three acres and can hold up to 6,000 people.
~ Texas random facts