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    Abner Cook, the architect responsible for the Governor's Mansion, designed this beautiful 1855 Greek Revival house. Originally built as a residence, it was the first home for the Texas School for the Blind and a Reconstruction-era military hospital. Tours: Tues.-Sat. 2-5p.m.

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    General Property Details
    • Miles to Convention Center: 2.4
    Facility Information
    • Hours of operation: 6am-1am
    • Private event space:
    • Event maximum capacity (# ppl): 250
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    • Allow outside catering? (Non-exclusive catering):
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  • Meeting Facilities
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    Meeting Rooms
    • Description Historic House with 19th and 20th century installations; some historic rooms accessible for guest use. Single elegant meeting room in 1900 addition with A/V capability and furnishings. Ideal site for cocktail receptions and indoor/outdoor or outdoor events.
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    • Largest Room 585
    • Total Sq. Ft. 5000
    • Reception Capacity 250
    • Banquet Capacity 250
    • Number of Rooms 1
    • Classroom Capacity 60
    Neill-Cochran House Museum
    • Total Sq. Ft.: 20000
    • Reception Capacity: 200