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Chappell Hill Historical Society


Chappell Hill Historical Society, Chappell Hill, TX

Chappell Hill, Angela Rutland

member since: 07/17/2005
Festival biz experience: 20+ years
USA: Chappell Hill, Texas (TX)
Administrative Director Phone: (979) 836-6033
Vendor Coordinator Phone: (979) 203-1242
Food Director Phone: (979) 203-1242
Entertainment Dir. Phone: (979) 203-1242
Chappell Hill Historical Society Museum

We are a non-profit historical society dedicated to preserving the history, culture, and art of Chappell Hill, in Washington County, Texas.

The Chappell Hill Historical Society's mission is:

• To encourage the preservation of records, buildings, sites and other items of historical interest to the community.
• To educate the general public as to the historical significance of the same.

The Chappell Hill Historical Society supports their 501c3 non-profit organization through hosting two festivals each year. We have the Bluebonnet Festival the second weekend of April and the Scarecrow Festival during the second weekend in October. We are the week after the Round Top Antique Show, and there are vendors that make this region of Texas a profitable trip by vending at both festivals and antique shows, and enjoying the days in between them to view the local attractions. 

Our Festival is family-friendly and well managed. We have been organizing these festivals for the past 50+ years and each year the festivals grow. We advertise our festivals throughout the state, as well as nationally through social media, print, and web advertising. 


Chappell Hill, Texas is located on Hwy. 290 between Houston and Austin
We are 8 miles east of Brenham and 13 miles west of Hempstead

The Festival itself takes place along Main Street/1155 as well as down lots on Poplar Street. There is no admission for the general public, however there is no on-street parking, and visitors pay $5 per car to park. 


Museum ~ 9220 Poplar St.
Open Wed.-Sat. 10-4 ~ Sun. 1-4

Providence Baptist Church ~ 5175 Main St.
Open by appointment

Old Rock Store ~ 5070 Main St.
Open by appointment

Circulating Library ~ 9105 Cedar St.
Open the second Saturday of the month and by appointment

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