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In the June issue of Texas Highways:

Kick up your heels! It's summertime in Texas. Head to the coast, take a farm vacation or get away to a small town—TH offers lots of ideas for travel in the Lone Star State.

Go Nocona!

Ninety minutes from the Metroplex, this North Texas town is renovating historic buildings and enticing visitors with live music, tours and a surprising array of events.

Bayside Bliss

La Porte, Seabrook, Kemah, San Leon and Texas City in the West Galveston Bay area beguile seaside aficionados with ocean breezes, fresh seafood, and attractions from museums to a boardwalk carousel.

How I Spent My Summer Farm-cation

Get your hands dirty (or not!). Farm-and-ranch getaways offer city-dwellers rural experiences such as working cattle, gathering eggs, and harvesting vegetables—and many provide comfortable lodging.

Go. See. Do!

On May 26 head to San Antonio for the Witte Museum 's grand opening of the new Robert J. and Helen C. Kleberg South Texas Heritage Center.

Some great picks for June include French Impressionist paintings at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth (through June 17), and the world of Dr. Seuss at the Children's Art and Literacy Festival in Abilene from June 14-17. For a searchable list of all Texas happenings go to the TH Events page.

TrviaWhere in the world can you get to Egypt,
Turkey, China, Paris, London and Athens
without having to buy an airline ticket? Know the answer? Can you name the U.S. cities in this same place? Find out here.

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