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409 North Magnolia Street, Rockport, TX, USA

built c. 1898-1902

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902 East Cornwall Street, Rockport, TX, USA

Leopold Bracht Home moved to site 1889

413 S Church, Rockport, TX, USA

built 1906 privately owned

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1002 Wharf Street, Rockport, TX, USA

The Rockport Pilot is the accurate and local source of news for the Rockport-Fulton community. #RFHometownHighlights (in publication since 1868)


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The Rockport Cultural Arts District (RCAD) has restored and repurposed the historic Rockport San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railroad Depot building to into a Railroad Museum.   Come visit one of the most important landmarks that made Rockport what it is today.    Built in 1888, this important landmark showcases Aransas County history and is surrounded by parking for the Cultural District.   Hours are 1pm to 4pm Friday, Saturday, and Sundays.    Second Saturdays in the District, the Museum is open from 10am-5pm and provides passenger train rides throughout the District.

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704 East Cornwall Street, Rockport, TX, USA

(built 1954)


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412 North Live Oak Street, Rockport, TX, USA

Building (moved to site 1954) Congregation now in new church on Enterprise


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417 N. Broadway Street, Rockport Texas

built early 1890’s

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406 South Austin Street, Rockport, TX, USA

built 1890’s

203 North Magnolia Street, Rockport, TX, USA

A Recorded Texas Historic Landmark Property Manager: Malynda Williams at YKnot Getaway

406 South Austin Street, Rockport, TX, USA

The Coastal Mercantile is a unique boutique specializing in all things home décor, outdoor furnishings, gifts, jewelry, children’s’ clothing, gourmet and more. Our latest addition is a fabulous wine bar that can be booked for private events as well.

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