Hanging Tree Antiques

On the Courthouse Square
Phone: 361-645-3306
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Open November thru May
Closed during summer

A True Antique Store. Located in the 110 yr old Denham Building next to the Empresario Restaurant in downtown Goliad
Antiques from the Old West
• Primitive Cupboards
• Victrolas
• Wood burning stoves
• Antique Furniture
• Oil Lamps
• Tools
• Kitchen antiques
• Stereoscopes and Cards
• Books and Sheet Music
• Linens
• Vintage Clothing
• Military and Railroad

For many, a trip to Hanging Tree Antiques is a trip down memory lane. For others it provides a glimpse into life 50 to 150 years ago. We pride ourselves on stocking genuine antiques that are both beautiful and intriguing. Visit our store in Goliad Texas. Listen to a 90 yr old victrola, view 100 year old stereo slides through one of the stereoscopes, get your weight and fortune on the old penny scale, read 170 year old newspapers from the Texas revolution days, a great outing for the family ! The museum-like atmosphere is an entertaining way to get in touch with history.

Sun 12:30 – 3:00
Mon 10:00 – 5:30
Tues Closed
Wed 10:00 – 5:30
Thurs 10:00 – 5:30
Fri 10:00 – 5:30
Sat 10:00 – 5:30
Close During Summer Months
Open November thru May

Presidio La Bahía


Under Nine Flags

Presidio La Bahía is located one mile south of Goliad,
Texas on U.S. Highway 183 (77A).
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Presidio La Bahía, designated a National Historic Landmark, is considered the world's finest example of a Spanish frontier fort. This is the most fought over fort in Texas history, having seen participation in six National Revolutions/Wars for independence. Spanish, Mexican and Texas soldiers all garrisoned its fortified walls. Here, at the Crossroads of Revolution, was felt almost every attempt to forcibly change the governmental order of Texas.

Located in the niche above the chapel entrance is the statue of Our Lady of Loreto sculpted by Lincoln Borglum, of Mt. Rushmore fame. This centuries-old chapel was where Fannin's men were held during part of their captivity before being massacred. The First Declaration of Texas Independence was signed inside the chapel. After the Texas Revolution of 1836, while other buildings of the Presidio fell into neglect and disrepair, the chapel was still used as a place of worship, and at one time was temporarily used as a private residence. An act of the Republic of Texas in 1841 restored church properties confiscated by the Republic. It was not until 1855 that the first non-Hispanic Bishop of Texas, Bishop J. M. Odin, received title from the Town Council of Goliad.

9:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.

• Adults: $3.00
• Seniors: $2.50
• Children Under 12: $1.00
• Children 5 and under: Free

• New Years Day
• Easter
• Thanksgiving
• Christmas

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