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Nestled at the edge of the spectacular Texas Hill Country about 50 miles northwest of Austin, amidst the beautiful Highland Lakes, is the historic community of Burnet.  Established first as a fort on the Texas frontier in the mid-1800's, Burnet has maintained its pioneer roots and rural charm while adapting to the modern age.  This town boasts a population of only 5,035 (1999), but has huge historical value.

Originally named Hamilton, its name was later changed to honor David G. Burnet who served as the first provisional president of the Republic of Texas. Known for Fort Croghan, bluebonnets, and western heritage, Burnet has made its contribution to U.S. history as well. A block of marble which was taken from the Samuel E. Holland holdings (about 3 miles from Burnet) was once taken to Austin, then shipped to Washington, D.C. to become part of the Washington Monument. 

While the army kept things safe until 1855, violence and criminal activity controlled Burnet County in the 1860's and 70's. Once needing protection from Indians, settlers armed themselves against cattle thieves during this time. Burnet survived and matured into a place that is rich in heritage and Texas culture.

Burnet's Historic town square offers visitors a unique shopping and dining experience. Gift, antique, and collectible shops surround the square. There are several cafes and full-service restaurants on or within easy walking distance of the square.  Burnet's proximity to so many sights make it the ideal hub for the region.

The City of Burnet, the county seat of Burnet County, is a hub of industry, commerce, and trade in the Highland Lakes area. Its modern schools, hospital, airport, and retail centers provide all the essentials for today's society, while the scenic countryside and inviting parklands present a myriad of opportunities for those who want to get away from it all.

Throughout the year, the City of Burnet offers a vast array of  activities for all ages. From the spring splash of bluebonnets and wildflowers to the fall festival of arts on the Arts and Crafts Trail, from the winter wonderland of the spectacular Christmas musical light display to the summer frontier shoot-outs and vintage steam train tours, Burnet is alive with sights and sounds that make it one of the Hill Country's most popular destination spots in the state of Texas.

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