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Bexar County, Texas Points of Interest

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in Bexar

Bexar County Historical Markers

Bexar County - General Interest
250th Anniversary of the Founding of San Antonio
Acequia Madre de Valero (Main Irrigation Ditch of Valero Mission)
Adina de Zavala
Alamo Cenotaph
Alamo Low Barracks and Main Gateway
Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company
Alejo de la Encarnacion Perez
Arsenal Magazine
Barbed Wire Demonstration
Barbed Wire
Battle of Adams Hill
Battle of Rosalis
Battle of the Alazan
Battle of the Salado
Belgian Transit of Venus Observation Site
Benjamin Rush Milam
Bexar County under Nine Governments
Book Building
Bowen’s Island
Building 100 Taj Mahal
Camp of Stephen F. Austin
Canary Islanders
Capt. Jose Antonio Menchaca
Captain Lee Hall
Casas Reales
Casino Club
Charles Frederick King
Chihuahua Trail
Christopher Columbus Italian Society Hall
Clara Driscoll (April 2, 1881-July 17, 1945)
Colonel Edward Miles
Colonel Jose Francisco Ruiz
Commerce Street Bridge
Confederate Tannery
Dawson Massacre
Don Juan Ximenes
Edward H. White II Memorial Hangar, Brooks Air Force Base
El Quartel (El Cuartel)
Enoch Jones Farmstead
Enrique Esparza (September, 1824-December 20, 1917)
Erasmo Seguin
First Officers Training Camp
Fort Sam Houston, 4th U.S. Army Headquarters Quadraline
Gallagher Ranch
Goliad Road
Guenther’s Upper Mill
Hamilton P. Bee
Incarnate Word College
Italian American Community in San Antonio
James Nathaniel Fisk
Jefferson Davis Smith
John Jack Coker
John Lang Sinclair
John Salmon Rip Ford
John T. Floore Country Store
John W. Smith
Jose Antonio Navarro
Jose Francisco Ruiz
Kelly Air Force Base
Kelly No. 2 Flight Line
La Villita
Majestic Theatre
Matamoros Road
Menger Hotel
Menger Soap Works
Mission Concepcíon
Mission San Francisco de la Espada (Mission St. Francis of the Sword)
Mission San Francisco de la Espada Dam, Ditch and Aqueduct
Mission San Franscico Xavier de Najera
Mission San Jose
Mission San Juan Capistrano
Monte Vista Historic District
Moses Austin
Moses Lapham
Old Houston Road
Old Military Headquarters
Old Military Hospital
Old Mill on the Pajalache Acequia
Old Powder Mill
Old San Antonio National Bank Building
Old San Pedro
Old Spanish Trail Highway
Old St. Mary’s College
Old St. Mary’s College
Our Lady of the Lake University
Pajalache Acequia (Ditch)
Pan American Round Table
Placido Olivarri
Plaza De Armas (Military Plaza)
Portland Cement Plants
Route of El Camino Real
Rubiola Store
Saint Philip’s College
Salado Valley
Samuel S. Smith
San Antonio Casino Club Building
San Antonio Mutual Aid Association
San Antonio River Walk (Paseo Del Rio)
San Antonio Section, National Council of Jewish Women
San Fernando Cathedral
San Pedro Creek
Scottish Rite Cathedral
Simona Smith Fisk
Site of Geier and Schmid Farm
Site of Idlewild Community
Spanish Governor’s Palace
St. Philip’s College (original site)
Staacke Brothers Building
Stevens Building
Stinson Airport
Surrender of Federal Forces by General David E. Twiggs
T. C. Frost and the Frost Bank
Texas and the Civil War Committee on Public Safety
Texas’ First All-Spanish Radio Program--The International Goodwill Program
The Argyle
The Battle of the Medina
The Rev. John Wesley DeVilbiss
Thiele Cottage
United States San Antonio Arsenal
Vicinity of the Storming of Bexar
Woll Invasion
Woman’s Club of San Antonio
Yturri Mill
Bexar County Churches
Central Christian Church
Christ Episcopal Church
First Baptist Church of Bremond
First Presbyterian Church of San Antonio
Little Church of La Villita
Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church
Saint Philip’s Episcopal Church
San Francisco Di Paola Catholic Church
Second Baptist Church of San Antonio
St. John’s Lutheran Church, the Rooster Church
St. Joseph’s Church
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
St. Paul’s Epsicopal Church
Travis Park United Methodist Church
Zion Lutheran Church and Cemetery
Zion Lutheran Church
Bexar County Schools
Boldtville Schoolhouse
Central Catholic High School
German-English School
Lockhill School
Rincon/Douglass School
San Antonio High School
Thomas Jefferson High School
Bexar County Cemeteries
Alamo Masonic Cemetery
Confederate Cemetery
Edens Cemetery
El Carmen Cemetery (Cementerio del Carmen)
Evers Family Cemetery
Rambie-Lewis Family Cemetery
Ruiz-Herrara Cemetery
Bexar County Courthouse
Bexar County Courthouse
Bexar County Homes & Houses
Alexander and Alma Oppenheimer Halff House
Altgelt-Isbell House
Anna Barbara and Johann Engelbert Heidgen House
Anton Wulff House
Bullis House
Caile House
Carl Wilhelm August Groos House
Chabot House
Cos House
Dr. Claudius E. R. King House
Eagar House
Emil Elmendorf House
Engleman-Muench House
Ernst Homestead
Halff House
Home of Samuel Augustos Maverick
Krause House/Mann’s Crossing Post Office
L. B. Clegg House
La Quinta de las Piedras (Miguel Menchaca House)
Monier House
Moos Homestead
Navarro Houses
Norton-Polk-Mathis House
O. Henry House
Oge House
Old Edward Steves (Stevens) House
Old S. J. Brooks Home
Otto Koehler House
Pereida House
Protestant Home for Destitute Children
Rechel-Stumpf House
Robert B. Evans Home
Ruiz House
Sartor House
Schulze-Schilo House
Site of Old Veramendi House
Site of de la Garza House, Gardens and Mint
T. C. Frost Wool Warehouse
Twohig House
Wesley Peacock House
William and Mary Ann Richter House
Wolfson House
Yturri House
Zambrano House