Permanent Historic Art Displays

Unique Master Plan
Starting in 2007, the San Jacinto Texas Historic District began implementing a unique master plan that provides permanent displays of colorful historic "Texas size" epic art along major corridors leading to the famous San Jacinto battleground site where settlers won a battle that created a nation and established the Republic of Texas in 1836.
San Jacinto, Texas cowboys in front of Texas flag artwork
As you travel through the San Jacinto Texas Historic District, you can now drive alongside giant oil storage tanks adorned with epic art depicting the emotions and trials of the Texas army’s final approach to the battle that would determine their fate.

Corridor Standards
The San Jacinto Texas Historic District also recently unveiled a set of Corridor Standards for all participating communities. These standards are the culmination of more than 5 years of work and the collaboration of 16 communities. The Corridor Standards mark the beginning of the themed beautification of our communities.

This project will transform our region into one of the world’s most truly unique places--and area that marks its rich historical past while embracing the present and future. Visit the San Jacinto Texas Historic District website for more information.