Area Chambers

Brenham/Washington County Chamber & CVB

A scenic and historic region located halfway between Houston and Austin on Hwy. 290. Renowned as the "Birthplace of Texas," because it is home to Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site, where the Texas Declaration of Independence was drafted and signed in 1836. A great get-away with over 40 bed & breakfasts, 8 hotels, 3 wineries, historic Downtown Brenham, antiques shops galore, botanical garden attractions, live theatre, museums and much more.

115 W. Main Street (Mailing: 314 S. Austin Street)
Brenham, TX 77833
979-836-3695  

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Burton Chamber of Commerce

"One thing is certain, you'll love a visit to Burton!" Burton Chamber of Commerce, serving the greater Burton area.

402 N. Main Street
Burton, TX 77835
979-289-2159  
10 miles from Round Top Square

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Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce

"Fayetteville, The Way Texas Used to Be" Family friendly events - Fayetteville Chamber Music Festival, Art Walk, Market Days on the Square, Texas Pickin' Park, Bicycle Races and Rides, City-wide Garage Sale, "Lickskillet" Days, and Country Christmas. Downtown Fayetteville has over 340 structures on the National Register of Historic Places as well as numerous Texas Historic Markers within the city limits. Fayette Lake, located four miles west of Fayetteville on Hwy 159, offers fabulous bass fishing and two parks - Park Prairie and Oak Thicket Park.

P.O. Box 217
Fayetteville, TX 78940

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Flatonia Chamber of Commerce

"The Twinkle in the Lone Star"....Flatonia is an agricultural community located on I-10 halfway between Houston and San Antonio in southwest Fayette County. Established on the Southern Pacific Railroad line in 1873. Flatonia was named for a pioneer merchant, F.W. Flato. Waves of immigrants - English, German, Czech and Italian - settled in and around Flatonia. The town is a well-known train-watching spot, especially with the cross rails that run North and South, and East and West. Beautiful landscapes, ranches and countryside surround our town. Czhilispiel, our 3 day Czhill Festival, is always held on the 4th full weekend in October. It's one of the Largest Czhill Cook Offs in Texas, with continuous live music, family entertainment, parade, carnival, arts & crafts, plenty of cold beverages and good food to partake. Two museums: E.A. Arnim Archives & Museum is an old-world museum with a wealth of historic information from the area. Central Texas Rail History Center includes a Southern Pacific manually operated switch tower, a Southern Pacific Caboose, Photo Pavilion and an Information Center.

208 E. North Main St. (Mailing: PO Box 610)
Flatonia, TX 78941
361-865-3920    Fax 361-865-2451

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La Grange Area Chamber of Commerce

We welcome you to our community, a place rich in culture and history, positioned within the triangle of Austin, San Antonio and Houston. We are nestled along the Colorado river and central to area towns Round Top, Warrenton, Fayetteville, Smithville and Schulenburg. We also have antiques, music, history and a great outdoors surrounded by oak, pecan and pine trees. You can expect a relaxed way of life. From boutique shopping in our beautiful town square, exploring our German and Czech heritage, to enjoying a canoe/kayak trip down the Colorado or biking one of our scenic country bike routes, La Grange truly is a unique experience.

171 S. Main Street
La Grange, TX 78945
979-968-5756  

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Schulenburg Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Schulenburg Chamber of Commerce promotes and develops business opportunities for Chamber members, resulting in increased quality of life for the community. The 79th Legislature of the State of Texas designated Schulenburg the Official Home of the Painted Churches of Texas.

618 N. Main Street
Schulenburg, TX 78956
866-504-5294  

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