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Old Fort Parker
866 Park Road 35
Grosebeck, TX
United States

On May 19th 1836, a band of Indians came to Parker's Fort?asking for beef, water and a place to camp. When greeted by the Parkers the Indians attacked, taking five captives! The most famous these?was?9 year old Cynthia Ann Parker.? She was adopted by a Comanche family, grew up to marry?Chief Peta Nocona and later?gave birth to the last great Warrior Chief of the Comanches, Quanah Parker.

Open Wed?thru Sun 9am-5pm
Adults 12 and over - $2
Child 6-11 - $1
Under 5 yrs. - free??
Park Passes do not apply, admissions are used to keep this valuable part of Texas history alive
Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum
Interstate 35
Waco, TX
United States

(254) 750-8631

Museum Hours - Monday thru Sunday

Opens 9 am - Last Guest Admitted at 4:30 pm
Admissions & Reservations Info:254-750-8631
Closed: Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Days

Closes 5 pm
Research Center (library) Hours Vary - Please Call for an Appointment

Handicapped AccessibilityAccessible to Visitors with Disabilities
Adults: $7.00
Children (6-12): $3.00
Children under 6 free
?Seniors (60+): $6.00
Military (with ID): $6.00