Chappell Hill Scarecrow Festival- 2021 | What’s happening in Houston

Chappell Hill Scarecrow Festival- 2021

The Chappell Hill Historical Society is once again hosting the Scarecrow Festival this October 9th and 10th in downtown historic Chappell Hill, Texas. Initially a small town antique festival has blossomed over the years and welcomes the fall season to Washington County.

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Thousands of visitors make the pilgrimage to Washington County to hunt for artisan treasures and enjoy the picturesque landscapes throughout the area. The festival attracts thousands of visitors from throughout Texas and provides an opportunity for festival goers to enjoy a family friendly festival complete with live music, hundreds of juried arts & craft vendors and activities for the entire family.

Located directly between Austin & Houston on Hwy. 290 the Chappell Hill community produces one of the state’s largest festivals while helping preserve the historic buildings include a nationally recognized Museum which once housed the community’s schoolhouse.

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9220 Poplar St.
Chappell Hill, TX, 77426
United States


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Chappell Hill Historical Society
9 am - 6 pm Saturday and 10 am- 5 pm Sunday
Admission is free! Parking is $5.00


All Ages Adults & kids together Adults without kids