Six flags may have flown over Texas, but nine have flown over Nacogdoches! Visit the oldest town in Texas and uncover the stories behind the flags - battles won, lives lost, hearts broken, and independence gained. Be our guest and discover why Nacogdoches is as unique as it sounds!
Visitors can tour the homes of Texas legends, walk the brick streets of days gone past, and embrace the charm that is Nacogdoches. Nestled between the lakes and forests of East Texas, Nacogdoches is a nature lover's paradise. From creek-side strolls to shopping in quaint specialty shops, Nacogdoches has it all! The town's name is tough to pronounce but Nacogdoches is sure easy to fall in love with!
Call us today at 888-OLDEST-TOWN to speak with one of our group tour specialists. The professional staff at the Nacogdoches Convention & Visitors Bureau will be glad to help you plan your trip to the oldest town in Texas.
If you would like more information about group tours, click here to email Marty Prince.
"Our group just wanted to say thank you for such an enjoyable outing. Everything was just great and you planned it just perfectly. There were so many positive comments. We enjoyed wandering through the shops downtown and the lunch at the Cafe Fredonia was just delicious and the staff was very courteous. Dick Voigtel, our guide, showed us some of the old homes around town. We enjoyed seeing the different architecture. Millard's Crossing Historic Village was really more than we expected and Roz warmed our hearts with the history and facts about the village. Many comments were made on the way home. Everyone agreed that this was, by far, one of the best trips we had taken. And you made it possible. Thanks again for a job well done." - Young Energetic Seniors, White Oak, Texas
"I can't thank you enough for the lovely trip you helped me put together. Ken Wood, our guide, was great and everyone enjoyed his time with us. I hope to plan this trip again next March - everything from lunch at the Cafe Fredonia, the tour guide, the guide at the Ruby M. Mize Azalea Garden to the stop off at the Visitors' Center. Thank you for your help." - City of Bellaire, Texas
"On behalf of the Prime Time group, I would like to express our appreciation for all the work you and many others did to help make our trip a very pleasant experience. We were overwhelmed by everything you provided for us, from setting up the schedule to having guides to meet us. I would also like to say that all of the tour guides were friendly and very helpful. Barb Stump at the Ruby M. Mize Azalea Garden had so much knowledge about the plants that our trip through the garden was not only enjoyable but educational as well. I would certainly recommend Nacogdoches to any group that was looking for an interesting place to visit. Thank you again for all your wonderful help!" - First Baptist Church, Franklin, Texas
"Just a note to let you know how much we appreciate your effort and help that made our field trip to Nacogdoches a most successful and enjoyable affair. I especially want to thank you for arranging the driving tour, the tours of the houses and the Old Stone Fort, as well as the Old University Building. As always, the ladies out at Millard's Crossing Historic Village provided an entertaining and memorable tour. The arrangements at the Fredonia Hotel were superb. The lunch was wonderful. Our group could not believe the buffet they served. And finally, a special thank you to Dick Voigtel. He truly conducted a memorable and informative tour. His taking time to show us through the Old University Building was beyond the call of duty. Again, thank you to all. You folks have 'got it all together.'" - Heritage Association of Frisco, Texas
"Thank you so much for making all of the arrangements for our group to tour your interesting city. The weather was perfect and the docents did a superb job of showing us around. Lunch at the Cafe Fredonia was delicious! Each person in our group agreed that it was a great trip." - Beautiful Savior Lutheran Prime Timers, Houston, Texas