Sealy Area Historical Society
                  Protecting Sealy's future by preserving Sealy's past

The Sealy Area Historical Society is looking forward to another year of activities designed to preserve local, regional, and State history.  Our future plans include further development of the Sealy Historical Park located at East Main and Silliman Streets in Sealy, Texas.

For information on our recent restoration and renovation projects please see "Museum Restoration." 

To contact us, please call 832-492-4244 or send email to info@sealyhistoricalsociety.org.



The Sealy Area Historical Society will begin to hold monthly "Evenings on the Deck" at the Sealy Historical Park as soon as people are ready to mingle again.  Entertainment will include storytellers, musicians and historians.  A schedule of upcoming performances will be available soon.
Christmas in Old Town Sealy – December 13, 2020
The Sealy Area Historical Society is sponsoring a “drive around” Christmas homes tour in Sealy’s historic neighborhood extending from West St. to Hwy 36 and from Columbus Rd. (FM 1094) to 8th St. on Sunday, December 13 from 5:30–8:30 PM.

Christmas in Old Town Sealy will end with the joyous sounds of live Christmas carols at the gazebo in the Levine Park from 7:30 to 8:30 PM. We are safer outdoors, but we will practice social distancing!

Participating residents will decorate the exteriors of their homes, appear on their porches dressed in period attire consistent with the early 1900s, and/or play Christmas music from their front porches. Volunteers will line the sidewalks to the homes with luminarias.

If you live within the old Sealy neighborhood described above and would like to register to participate click here.

This is a free event open to the public.  If you would like to donate to support the Sealy Area Historical Society's events, preservation efforts and/or the expansion of the Sealy Historical Park, click below.


The Ward House, 613 Ward Street, Sealy, TX
The Liedertafel, 116 Lux Road, Sealy, TX
Donation to the Sealy Area Historical Society