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1824 Trone-Ray-Lane House


This house is located on the 1824 land grant of one of Stephen F. Austin's "Old 300" colonists, Henry Scott. It was built as a wedding gift in 1909 for rancher-banker Earl R. Trone and his wife. Her p....

1824 Trone-Ray-Lane House

Rosenberg Cemetery


This historic cemetery formerly known as the Woodmen of the World Cemetery was established by Rosenberg Camp No. 535. The names of the citys early settlers and leaders can be found among grave markers....

Rosenberg Cemetery

1912 First Baptist Church


This building had the first electric lights in town and held baptism services in the Brazos River until the 1930s.....

1912 First Baptist Church

Brazos Bend State Park


Thirty-five miles of multiuse trails, spanning a diverse ecology, offer visitors prime viewing of alligators, whitetailed deer and more than 300 species of birds. Three small lakes and a tree-lined cr....

Brazos Bend State Park

Historic Downtown District


Spend the day or a weekend exploring the Historic Downtown District that boasts an eclectic mix of eateries and shops featuring antiques collectibles art boutiques handmade furniture spa services and ....

Historic Downtown District

Rosenberg Railroad Museum


Since opening in 2002 the museum has amassed a collection of artifacts maps photographs semaphores wig-wag and memorabilia detailing the history of the Great Rails in and around Rosenberg and Fort Ben....

Rosenberg Railroad Museum

CAST Theatrical Company


Located in the Vogelsang Building in the Historic Downtown District the Company welcomes 62 guests every Friday and Saturday night to the best in live repertory theater performance. Admission fee appl....

CAST Theatrical Company

1888 Charles Harvey Waddell House


Local businessman Norman P. Teague (1879-1913) and his wife Sidney Claire (Brooks) (1879-1952) erected this two-story residence in 1910. It has ornate columns and classical revival detailing popular a....

1888 Charles Harvey Waddell House

1910 Teague-Waddell House


Local businessman Norman P. Teague (1879-1913) and his wife Sidney Claire (Brooks) (1879-1952) erected this two-story residence in 1910. It has ornate columns and classical revival detailing popular a....

1910 Teague-Waddell House

1920s Robonowitz Building


Building constructed by Russian immigrants.....

1920s Robonowitz Building

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