Built in 1834, by English immigrant Henry Fanthrophe, when Texas was still part of Mexico, this large family home was a welcoming shelter and stage coach inn for travelers traversing the wild west. It was passed down through the same family until it was sold to The Texas Parks and Wildlife Assoc. in 1977.Come and enjoy a tour and a ride on the stage .Open on Saturday and Sunday, tours are conducted by volunteers in 19th century costumes. Entry is free and there are picnic tables available for use under shade trees on the six acre sight. Fanthrope Inn, Anderson Texas 936-878-2214
Large groups need an advance reservation.