The 14,000 square-foot home stands much as it did at the turn of the 20th century, with fifteen rooms of the W.H. Stark family’s original furnishings, personal effects and decorative art collections. 409.883.0871
The Botanical Gardens feature more than 300 species of plants in nine formal gardens. The Nature Center includes a hands-on exhibit called the Nature Discovery Center, a laboratory, two out-door classrooms located deep in the Cypress/Tupelo swamp, and Boat Tours. Come experience the beautiful and serene Shangri La. 409.670.9113
The Stark Museum of Art houses one of the nations’ most significant collections of American Western Art and American Indian art. Come see the beautiful collections the museum has to offer. 409.886.2787
Sits along the Sabine River in downtown Orange and features a 12-foot wide boardwalk, a large Pavilion and a 2 acre green space. This venue serves as the host site for many of Orange’s outdoor festivals but is open to the public to enjoy!
Come stroll the pathways of Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center and see dazzling light displays and festive community-decorated Christmas trees. Dec.11-13, 18-20, 26 & 27 6-8pm
905 W. Division, Orange, Texas The Heritage House is in the National Register of Historic Places and designated as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark. Call for hours and fee information: 409-886-5385 or visit www.heritagehouseoforange.org.
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803 W. Green Avenue
Orange, Texas 77630
P.O. Box 520
Orange, Texas 77631-0520
800.528.4906 (toll free)