FORT TUMBLEWEED SPECIAL EVENTS PAGE
Tired of entertaining yourself? Why not plan on joining us at the Fort in Liberty Hill during our next live music event. Be entertained by some of the finest talent in the county, enjoy good food and drinks and help support this historic old west town near Liberty Hill.
In this section, we'll keep you informed of all public events scheduled to be held at Fort Tumbleweed.
TRADING POST REOPENS ON SATURDAYS
Currently, the trading post/museum is open most Saturdays as we continue to work on restoration projects. Call 512 630 4619 to confirm schedule. Come prepared to be amazed at the stuff for sale that we've accumulated over the past 40 years!!
AUSTIN AMERICAN STATESMAN ARTICLE ON FORT TUMBLEWEED
To see the latest newspaper article on the Fort, see:
Fort Tumbleweed article by Statesman writer, Ricardo Gándara,
LIBERTY HILL HAYRIDE (Live Music Events)
Fort Tumbleweed periodically hosts an outdoor live music gayla with name stars providing the music.
Plan to come early and spend some time walking the historical site and checking out the classic 50's automobiles on display while enjoying a bar-b-que sandwich and your favorite cold beverage.
Stay tuned for more details.
To be added to our special event mailing list, send me an email with "SPECIAL EVENT MAILING LIST" in the title of the email.
LOCATION OF FORT TUMBLEWEED
Fort Tumbleweed and the Liberty Hill Hayride are located 4 miles west of the intersection of US183 and West HW29 just past Liberty Hill. That's four miles west of the Seward Junction intersection at U.S. 183 and HW29.
For more information, send me an email at
PHOTOS FROM FORT TUMBLEWEED
One of 12 historical buildings at the Fort Tumbleweed site. This particular cabin dates back to the days of the Texas Republic (1836)and currently serves as a museum.
Stagecoach that stopped at Liberty Hill in the 1850's.
Bryson Stagecoach Stop-Circa 1852.
MAN, THIS IS ONE FAST STAGECOACH (DAKOTA AND ROCKY)
OUTLAWS AT THE FORT!.
FORT TUMBLEWEED STREET WHERE SHOOTOUTS ARE COMMON!.
FORT TUMBLEWEED SIGHTS AND SCENES!.
NEW WATERING HOLE UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT FORT TUMBLEWEED!.
FUN PLACE TO BROUSE FOR NEAT STUFF!
SCHOOL AND TOUR GROUP LIVING HISTORY TOURS
On an appointment basis, we conduct living history tours for school children and other history-minded tour groups (we like to limit the size of each tour group to 30, or less). We can take you back into the 1800's with a log cabin filled with primitive tools, tour a dirt-floor museum barm filled with relics of a bygone era. We can also take you back thousands of years and chip and use flint tools, grind grain, make primitive weapons and talk about life in the region before the coming of the Europeans. We also have an abundant collection of native fossils dating back 90 to 120 million years ago when the area was a shallow sea home to mossasarus (swimming dinasaurs), giant sharks, ammonites, and other ancient critters.
BIRTHDAY AND REUNIONS
You might also keep Fort Tumbleweed in mind for that next birthday party or family reunion.
For more information on the history tours, see:
Information about Fort Tumbleweed History Tours
Also see our history links near the bottom of this webpage. I spend a great deal of time researching Texas history and adding topics of interest to our website for our internet viewers.
The site is constantly growing. Bookmark us and come back often (and tell your friends about us).
LEONARD KUBIAK's ONLINE TEXAS HISTORY WEBPAGES
History of Thanksgiving.
History of the Hesston Belt Buckle.
Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the U.S.
History of the Texas Region from The Dynasaur Era to Historic Times.
How Texas Got It's Name.
Old 300 Anglo Settlers in Texas.
Will Goyens, early-day Texian
History of the Texas Revolution.
Texas Declaration of Independence (1836).
Jim Bowie, Hero of the Alamo
William Travis, Hero of the Alamo
Battle of the Alamo (1836)
Battle of San Jacinto
Officers and Men in the Texas Revolution
Important Documents of Early-Day Texas
General Santa Anna
Indian Captive Cynthia Ann Parker
Military Forts in Early Day Texas
History of the Republic of Texas
General George Custer
Generals Robert E. Lee and U.S. Grant
Letters by Early-Day Texas Settlers.
Governor John Conally
State Representative Daniel James Kubiak
Jean Kubiak Cundieff Memorial Page
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History of Busksnort and Marlin, Texas
Eye Witness Accounts of Busksnort and Marlin, Texas
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Highbank Webpage and History
History of Reagan, Texas
History of Reagan Baptist Church
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Reagan Homecoming Page
Map of Reagan, Texas
Former Residents of Reagan, Texas
Former Students and Teachers of Reagan, Texas
Fond Memories of Life in Reagan
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History of Long Branch
History of Blue Ridge
History of North Blue Ridge (Stranger)
FALLS COUNTY CEMETERY LISTINGS
North Blue Ridge (Stranger)Settlement History and Cemetery
Blueridge History and Cemetery Roll
Mustang Prairie Settlement History and Cemetery Listing
History of Cedar Springs, Pleasant Grove, & Wilderville, and cemetery Listings
Waite (Reagan)Cemetery Listing
Blue Ridge (Reagan)Cemetery Listing
Hog Island (Reagan) Cemetery Listing
Johnson (Reagan)Cemetery Listing
Memphis History and Homepage
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LEE COUNTY HISTORY
History of Tanglewood
LIMESTONE COUNTY HISTORY
Kosse History and Home Page.
Kosse Cemetery Listings.
Kosse Area Obituaries.
MILAM COUNTY HISTORY
History of Milam County
History of Rockdale, Thorndale, Bushdale
History of Gause
History of Hamilton Chapel, Cemetery Listing
History and Listing of Rockdale IOOF Cemetery
ROBERTSON COUNTY HISTORY
History of Bremond
History of Wootan Wells
History of Calvert
WILLIAMSON COUNTY HISTORY
Leander & Bagdad, Williamson County, Texas Home Page
Liberty Hill, Williamson County, Texas Home Page
Prehistoric History of the Liberty Hill Region
Liberty Hill Settlement in the 1850's
History of the Liberty Hill Stage Coach Stop (1852)
Liberty Hill -Then and Now
The Founding of New Liberty Hill (1882)
Historic Liberty Hill Cemetery Listing.
History of Cedar Park
HISTORY OF TRANSPORTATION
History of Trains in Texas
INDIAN RELEATED HISTORY
Indian Treaty Signed With the Comanches, Kiowas, and Apaches in 1867
The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker.
History of the Tarahumara Indians, a primitive tribe living in modern times.
OLD WEST RELATED HISTORY
Another true life tale of life in Early-Day texas
Famous Sam Bass Outlaw Gang
History of the Cowboy and Cattle Drives in Early-Day texas
History of The Western Stagecoach
Cowboys of the Silver Screen.
History of Thanksgiving.
History of the Hesston Belt Buckle.
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