National Register of Historic Places listings in Uvalde County, Texas

Location of Uvalde County in Texas

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Uvalde County, Texas.

This is intended to be a complete list of properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Uvalde County, Texas. There are ten properties listed on the National Register in the county including one National Historic Landmark (NHL). The NHL site is also a State Antiquities Landmark and a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark (RTHL) while two additional properties are also RTHLs.

This NPS recent listings posted December 7, 2018.[1]

Current listings

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[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 First National Bank
First National Bank
March 31, 2014
100 S. East St.
29°12′35″N 99°47′07″W / 29°12′35″N 99°47′07″W / First National Bank)
2 Fort Inge Archeological Site
Fort Inge Archeological Site
September 12, 1985
Southeast of Uvalde off Ranch Road 140
29°10′45″N 99°45′57″W / 29°10′45″N 99°45′57″W / Fort Inge Archeological Site)
Uvalde Remnants of a frontier fort established in 1849. Now a county park.
3 John Nance Garner House
John Nance Garner House
December 8, 1976
333 N. Park St.
29°12′45″N 99°47′33″W / 29°12′45″N 99°47′33″W / John Nance Garner House)
Uvalde State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; former home of John Nance Garner, 32nd Vice-President of the United States. Now a museum about his life and times.
4 Grand Opera House
Grand Opera House
May 22, 1978
E. North and N. Getty Sts.
29°12′37″N 99°47′12″W / 29°12′37″N 99°47′12″W / Grand Opera House)
Uvalde Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; built in 1891 for plays, musicals, and cultural performances. It still serves the same function today making it the oldest functioning theater in the state of Texas.
5 Leona River Archeological Site
Leona River Archeological Site
May 6, 1976
Address restricted[5]
6 Nicolas Street School
Nicolas Street School
November 27, 2010
332 Nicolas Street
29°12′08″N 99°47′35″W / 29°12′08″N 99°47′35″W / Nicolas Street School)
Uvalde Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
7 State Highway 3 Bridge at the Nueces River
State Highway 3 Bridge at the Nueces River
October 10, 1996
US 90, 13 mi (21 km). E of jct. with Kinney Cnty.
29°12′20″N 99°54′07″W / 29°12′20″N 99°54′07″W / State Highway 3 Bridge at the Nueces River)
8 Taylor Slough Archeological Site
Taylor Slough Archeological Site
May 4, 1976
Address restricted[5]
9 Uvalde Flint Quarry
Uvalde Flint Quarry
June 3, 1976
Address restricted[5]
10 Willingham Site
Willingham Site
April 26, 1976
Address restricted[5]
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