Liendo Plantation

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The beautiful Liendo Plantation, built in 1853, was on of Texas' first cotton plantation.  It has a vast and colorful history as the "social center" of Texas in its early years and, later, as home of the famed artist, Elisabet Ney.  This Greek Revival style home was a popular stopping place for many, many fascinating characters from our Texas history.  Today, the home is a state and nationally registered landmark, as well as a working cattle ranch.  Don't miss out on this historic gem!


  • Public Tours held on the FIRST Saturday of MOST months:  Tours at 10am, 11:30am and 1pm.  Call to confirm public tour dates.
  • Private tours available, by appointment.
  • Civil War Weekend, held annually on the weekend BEFORE Thanksgiving is a delight for people of all ages.  This weekend long living history event is a favorite for anyone who loves history!