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Fallen Warrior Memorial


The Pflugerville Fallen Warrior memorial honors the Pflugerville residents who have given their lives for our country. Life-sized bronze sculptures of three generations of warriors stand in front of a granite pentagon upon which are the names of Pflugerville Fallen Warriors. Limestone amphitheater-style seating provides the backdrop for the pentagon and sculptures. Landscaped walks invite visitors into the memorial for a moment to reflect. The memorial is on the east side of Pfluger Park adjacent to […]

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Heritage House Museum


Heritage House Museum Come celebrate Pflugerville’s historic past with a visit to the Heritage House Museum, located in Heritage Park at 901 Old Austin Hutto Road. The museum is open the first Sunday of each month from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. and for special events. The Heritage House is also open in conjunction with the Pfarmers Market on Tuesdays from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. Tour the historic Bohls house and see highlights from

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Largest Pecan tree in Travis County


Largest Pecan tree in Travis County   The City of Pflugerville is home to the largest Pecan tree in Travis County and the 17th largest Pecan tree in the state of Texas! Located along the Gilleland Creek Trail and between the Gilleland Creek Pool and pavilion, this giant tree is known for its gigantic canopy spread and limbs. Estimates are that this tree is over 300 years old. Check it out in Gilleland Creek Park.

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