Heritage Center – Phase II Map
a 501c3 non-profit that supports the efforts of the Former Texas Rangers Association
a 501c3 non-profit that supports the efforts and mission of the Former Texas Rangers Association, serving current and former Texas Rangers.
Twelve acres of land on the outskirts of historic Fredericksburg, Texas dedicated to the preservation of the Texas Rangers heritage.
Texas Rangers Heritage Center at Fort Martin Scott
1618 East Main St., Fredericksburg, TX
Free Admission, Free Parking, Free Hot Dogs, Cookies and Hot Chocolate!
KIDS BECOME AN HONORARY JUNIOR RANGER!
BE SWORN IN BY ACTUAL TEXAS RANGERS.
On twelve acres of land on the outskirts of historic Fredericksburg, Texas, the role the Texas Rangers have played in Texas legend and lore is being preserved and is once again becoming a living part of the present.
The twenty-six thousand square-foot Heritage Center, dedicated to making better citizens of the Youth of our state and nation, will soon be welcoming all ages to share and learn of the value-based Traits that made defined Texas and the Texas Rangers.
The Texas Rangers Heritage Center is open Tuesday – Saturday 9am -5pm and Closed on Sunday and Monday.
Join Red Steagall on a Journey through the History of The Texas Rangers.
Greetings everyone, I pray that your 2023 has gotten off to a great start. This year is the 200th anniversary year of Stephen F. Austin calling for the first 10 Texas Rangers in 1823. The Former Texas Rangers Foundation will have many celebratory and remembrance events, so keep checking the website. We also want to thank you for supporting and donating to the completion of Phase II of the Texas Rangers Heritage Center in Fredericksburg.
LT. COL. Allen B. West and Joe B. Davis, Texas Ranger Retired discuss the history of the Texas Rangers.