|The Heritage Museum of Montgomery County, a sesquicentennial project started in 1985, features exhibits chronicling the county’s roots, from the lumber and oil industries to the everyday lives of Montgomery County residents. The Museum is housed in the historic Grogan/Cochran home, built in 1924.
Programs and Group Tours can be arranged during regular hours by reservation. Group tours such as Seniors, Church or Club Organizations, School Field Trips, Cub Scout, Brownie, Boy Scout, or Girl Scout tours. Call us today at 936-539-6873 to reserve your Group Tour and learn more about Montgomery County’s History – by reservation, please.
Suggested Donation At The Door: $1.00 Adults $.50 Children or more if you desire.
The Lone Star Monument and
Historical Flag Park
The monument at the 3.5-acre park is a circular landscaped plaza surrounded by 13 flags that flew in Texas as the region fought for independence during the Texas Revolution. At the center of the plaza is The Texian, a 14-foot-tall bronze sculpture by Conroe artist Craig Campobella. The statue depicts an average volunteer soldier of the Texas Revolution. A bust of Dr. Charles B. Stewart, designer of the Lone Star flag, marks the entrance to the park
The park is located adjacent to the Montgomery County
Library (Central Library) located at 212 I-45 North - Conroe, TX 77301. Park hours are dawn to 11:00 p.m.
For more information on
the park, go to http://www.texasflagpark.com.