Learn about the other popular soft drink created in Waco that goes great with Texas barbecue and is a staple at Juneteenth celebrations in this special exhibit. Through Feb. 28.
Dr Pepper Museum, Waco
Spend the day learning basic outdoor skills as well as enjoying food, music, meeting first responders, seeing wildlife, and entering a fishing contest. Sat., Feb. 23, 10am-4pm. Free with park admission.
McKinney Falls State Park, Austin
Follow the footprints of generations of Texas writers who have traveled the world for creative inspiration while maintaining their roots. Through May 10. Free.
Seventh floor of the Alkek Library at Texas State University, San Marcos
National and international musicians and sound artists come together for improvised performances. The finale will be held at the site of the former Hot Wells Hotel and Spa in San Antonio. Thu.-Sun., Feb. 21-24.
Austin & San Antonio
The show highlights the effects of the Civil War through photos, obituaries, letters, and artifacts of soldiers from Comal County. Other exhibits take visitors through the history and cultural heritage of New Braunfels and the area. Through April 30. $5.
Sophienburg Museum, 401 W. Coll St., New Braunfels
For the first time since it was written on Feb. 23, 1836, William B. Travis’ “Victory or Death” letter will return to the Texas shrine along with personal effects of the former fort’s commander. Feb. 23-March 7, 9am-5:30pm. Free.
The Alamo, San Antonio
For the 100th anniversary of the RMS Titanic the exhibit takes visitors through the tragic voyage with more than 250 artifacts. Through March 24.
Museum of Science and History, Fort Worth
Take guided trips to see the birds in their natural habitat, hear distinguished educators, and learn more about coastal conservation. Thu.-Sun., Feb. 21-24.
Port Aransas, 800/452-6278