Bastrop prides itself on its deep connection to Hispanic culture and heritage, which is why, if you’re in town this April, a stop by this festival is an absolute must. Join us at the very first Festival De La Cultura, a two-day celebration of Hispanic heritage. This family-friendly, authentic fiesta will feature a wide array of talented artists, authentic cuisine, and much more.

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Crocheron-McDowall House

  • 1402 Wilson St
  • Bastrop, TX 78602
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The two-story Greek Revival style house was built of cedar in 1857 for Bastrop area merchant Henry Crocheron and his wife, Mary Anne. Henry was one of the founders of the Bastrop Steam Mill. For many years the house served as the social and intellectual center in Bastrop. Five fireplaces add to its splendor.
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