Our chapter is cooperating with the Winedale Historical Center for the mutual benefit of both organizations. The Winedale Historical Center is a division of the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, an organized research unit of The University of Texas at Austin. The Center for American History (CAH) facilitates, sponsors, and supports teaching, research, and public education in U.S. history. In support of its mission, CAH acquires, preserves, and makes available for research archival, artifact, and rare book collections and sponsors exhibitions, conferences, video documentaries, oral history projects, grant-funded research, and publications.
Winedale is a complex of historical structures and modern facilities situated on 225 acres of land near Round Top, Texas, in northern Fayette County. Winedale offers outstanding examples of early Texas architecture and decorative arts, a rural setting, continuing education seminars, Shakespeare at Winedale, and other public programs throughout the year.
Google Map to Winedale
Click here for Google Map to Winedale. Note that Winedale is a spot in the road, not a town. Once you are here, the map above is all you need.
For GPS users, the address is:
3738 FM 2714
If you prefer, you can set coordinates for the driveway entrance to the Meadows Conference Center:
From Houston direction:
1. Take 290 West past Brenham to Burton.
From Austin direction:
1. Go east on US 290 East to Carmine.
From La Grange: