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    Burton Heritage Society

    History lives thanks to the Burton Heritage Society! Since 1973 devoted members have maintained and preserved the Burton Railroad Depot and Mt. Zion Cemetery. Both sites are vital to area history. The depot transports visitors to 1870 when Burton was a terminal on the Houston and Texas Central Railroad while Read more [...]

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    Texas Cotton Gin Museum

    Oldest Operating Cotton Gin!! The Texas Cotton Gin Museum interprets and preserves the Burton Farmers’ Gin as a representation of cotton farming and processing at the turn of the 20th Century. The museum welcomes visitors all year AND at festival time in April. Rentals of the Roy Winkler Family Pavilion Read more [...]

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    Utopia Tours

    For over 15 years, Utopia Tours has specialized in the pursuit of wonderful tours throughout the world. Through our reputation and personal relationships, we gain access to exclusive private events, not often open to the general public. We maintain a wonderful loyal band of travelers . . . on the Read more [...]

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    Liendo Plantation

    Liendo Plantation, a beautiful Greek Revival style plantation home, was built in 1853 as the centerpiece to one of Texas’ earliest cotton plantations.  Today, Liendo still stands, lovingly restored and maintained as a National historic landmark, a private home, and a working cattle ranch.  A true gem of historical preservation Read more [...]