Apr 23, 2016
King William Historic District
The 49th King William Fair is a family fair with art and craft vendors, live music and dance on four stages, food and beverage booths, a Kids Kingdom play area and a small but quirky parade, all on the streets of the historic district with its stately homes and gracious gardens.
The King William Association, established in 1967, celebrates the history and diversity of Texas’ first historic neighborhood. Proceeds provide educational scholarships for inner-city students, art programs for elementary through high school and revitalization for historic preservation of the King William Neighborhood. It may be the only neighborhood association in the entire state with four historic districts within its boundaries, including the state’s oldest district created by city ordinance and three districts recognized by the National Register of Historic Places.
Admission: $10 for adults. Children 12 and under free. No coolers allowed.
VIA Park & Ride available | Tickets available for purchase at The Fiesta Store beginning March 18