Texas State Preservation Board

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The Sam Houston State Office Building includes the offices of the Texas State Preservation Board in Suite 950.

The State Preservation Board preserves and maintains the Texas Capitol, the 1857 General Land Office Building (Texas Capitol Visitors Center), and other designated buildings, their contents and grounds; preserves and maintains the Texas Governor's Mansion; and operates the Bullock Texas State History Museum and the Texas State Cemetery. They also operate the Capitol Gift Shops, Visitors Parking Garage, Parking Meters, Tour Guide Services, and Schedule Public Events.

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Established in 1983 by the 68th Legislature of Texas for the purpose of preserving, maintaining, and restoring the State Capitol, General Land Office Building, and their contents and grounds.

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