3429 South Street
Nacogdoches, TX 75964
Phone: (936) 560-9900
Fax: (936) 560-9902
A large collection of general reading and academic materials are available at this library that also offers a collection of old radio shows on tape, art prints and sculptures, large print books, periodicals, and audiovisual materials.
Adolphus Sterne built this home for his bride in 1828.
Two city parks on thes 2,210-acre lake offer facilities for boaating, fishing, picnicking, swimming, and watershiing.
Dedicating to preserving native Texas plants, this aboretum features numerous landscape plants that are native to Texas plus offers a variety of educational programs.
Experience what life was like in the 19th century at this charming historic village that features early Texas homes furnished with antiques and collectibles from all over the world, as well as many reconstructed scenes from that period.
Mainly located in the city of Lufkin, the Ellen Trout Zoo was established in 1967. Although a comparatively small zoo, it is home to a wide range of animals including jaguar, hippopotamus, Bali mynah, white rhinoceros, Maasai giraffe and Saki monkeys, to name a few. Russell’s viper, Galapagos tortoise, Fly River turtle and the rare Malayan tapir are some more attractions. Apart from maintaining and preserving the animal and bird species, the zoo also offers educational programs to various schools covering an array of wildlife and environmental topics. The elegant Solomon Island Eclectus parrot and the atypical Chilean flamingos are great additions to the zoo that have visitors raving.