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YOUR CONNECTION TO TEXAS HISTORY

Whether you are here to follow the Independence Trail, visit our historic sites, see the wildflowers, shop for antiques or collectibles or try our famous barbecue, we invite you to stop by the Visitor Information Center at the Chamber of Commerce office in the Old Jail Museum and pick up information on all the sights to see here!

Plan to attend our annual Come and Take It Festival, tour over 80 state-recognized historic buildings, or locate to the area. We are here to answer any questions you may have, provide directions and recommendations, and answer any questions you may have about our piece of Texas history.

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Belle Oaks Inn

The Belle Oaks Inn, the best place to stay in Gonzales, Texas for opulence and grandeur! This historic home has been lovingly restored to it’s original glory and filled with fine antiques and furnishings, creating a comfortable and elegant environment for you to enjoy.

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The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce website receives hundreds of visitors daily. Don’t miss your opportunity to capitalize on the exposure your organization could receive from local visitors and tourists from afar. Advertising on our site is great to promote your services, your upcoming events, and more. We’ve launched a new, modern, and convenient way for you to pick your advertising space and purchase your advertisement directly through our website.

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QUICK FACTS

  • Gonzales is one of the earliest Anglo-American settlements in Texas, the first west of the Colorado River.
  • It was established by Empresario Green DeWitt as the capital of his colony in August 1825. DeWitt named the community for Rafael Gonzáles, governor of Coahuila y Tejas.
  • The original settlement (located where Highway 90-A crosses Kerr Creek) was abandoned in 1826 after two Indian attacks. It was rebuilt nearby in 1827. The town remains today as it was originally surveyed.

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Gonzales is  a Film Friendly Texas Certified Community

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BECOME A CHAMBER MEMBER

When you become a member of the Chamber of Commerce, you reap a multitude of benefits including exposure, marketing, advertising, networking, and so much more. Additionally, you support your local community of Gonzales, Texas.+

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