Home of “Conan the Barbarian” Author, Robert E. Howard Annual Howard Days Second Weekend in June
The Robert E. Howard Museum is located at 625 W. Highway 36. Howard, creator of Conan, the Barbarian, lived in the home from 1919 until his death in 1936. The house has been restored and is mantained and presented to the public by Project Pride. Hundreds of people from around the world visit each year. Admission is by donation only. For details, telephone 254-725-4993 or 254-725-6562.
Woody’s Classic Car and Baseball Museum 500 W. Highway 36 Open to the public; No admission charge Hours: Thursday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 254-725-4042
Turkey Creek Rodeo Club Events Schedule 817-694-7991
July 4th Celebration Sponsored by City of Cross Plains
Treadway Park Engraved Brick Memory Path
West City Limits
The Cross Plains area provides abundant hunting for dove, turkey, quail and white tail deer. Contact the Chamber of Commerce. 254-725-7251 for details Annual Hunters Feed: First Saturday in November TMCN Visitors Guide