Gonzales Memorial Museum

Gonzales Memorial Museum

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414 Smith St., Gonzales, TX , United States

Here, you can come face to face with the original “Come and Take It” cannon—it was originally used during the Battle of Gonzales in 1835 and has since come to symbolize Texas’ independent spirit—as well as uniforms worn by local soldiers during the Texas Revolution.

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