Settled in 1848, soon had two institutions of higher learning.
Small schools thrived a while, but faded. Rural community still
reflects quiet place of bygone times. More than 25 homes and buildings
bear historical markets. Local library, organized in 1893, is
a self-service facility; patrons have individual keys.
- CHAPPEL HILL HISTORICAL MUSEUM - Site of former Chappell
Hill Female College. Pioneer utensils, furniture and memorabilia.
Open Sun. from 2 to 5 p.m. College Drive.
- SCENIC DRIVE - F.M. 1155 north to Washington-on-the-Brazos
State Park winds through beautiful pastoral landscapes of Brazos
River Valley, along historic route used by early settlers.
- WASHINGTON-ON-THE-BRAZOS STATE PARK - A few miles northeast
on Brazos River, accessible via F.M. 1155.
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