Agricultural Historical Museum

For over 125 years, farmers and ranchers have been the backbone of the community. This museum, a tribute to that history, was created. Located behind the Chamber of Commerce offices on LeBlanc Street, the museum houses authentic antique tractors, farming equipment, photos and the airplane that planted the first aerially-seeded rice crop in Texas. In addition, the Winnie Sante Fe Depot, which was established in 1905, has been relocated alongside the Agricultural Hisotrical Museum. The Agricultural Historical Museum is open for tours by appointment. (409) 296-2231.


And for birders, High Island, 18 miles to the south of Winnie, is one of the top bird view areas of the United States as migratory birds stop on the island during their winter travels. People from all over the world visit the area to view the birds who travel thousands of miles each year.

Chambers County Library

Chambers County Library System has a location in Winnie named Juanita Hargraves Memorial Branch. Visit their website at to get more information on the many services and events they offer. The Winnie library is located at 924 Highway 124 Winnie, TX 77665.

Hunting, Fishing and Wildlife

For those who taste runs to more nautrual diversions, the Winnie area offers excellent hunting and fishing opportunities. Guides are available for the enormous number of sportsmen who flock to the area each hunting season. The Gulf of Mexico is located only 18 miles south of Winnie, where travelers can enjoy saltwater fishing and fun in the sun on the beach. If you enjoy viewing wildlife in their natural habitat, the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge is only a short drive away… and alligators are a part of the scenery in this area.

Larry’s Old Time Trade Days

Larry’s Old Time Trade Days and Antique Mall is the largest flea market in Southeast Texas. The flea market can accommodate over 500 vendors. This is a well rounded flea market with Antiques and collectibles. Arts and Crafts, home decor items, outdoor decorator yard art, useable items, plants, boutique items, including clothing, jewelry, purses and lots of other surprises. They have 24 food booth spaces with a large variety of food and plenty of parking. Most vendor lots do have electric and water available to them. There are two large air conditioned and heated bathrooms with showers available for vendors. There is an RV park available for both customers and vendors. There are shops as well as pavilions and outdoor spaces. The average monthly attendance is about 15,000 customers. They are open the weekend after the First Monday of every month. Hours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8am until 5pm.

Vine 2 Wine Winery & Vineyard

Vine 2 Wine is Winnie’s first winery! Come have a glass of wine or two in their state of the art tasting room and patio where you can enjoy samples of all of our limited production wines. The patio will offer you a chance to enjoy a bottle or glass with friends and family while watching a spectacular Texas sunset.

"Networking and reaching new customers is always a top priority. To that end, the Winnie Area Chamber is an invaluable tool for  local small business to continue to grow."

Debbie Breaux,Executive Director, Winnie Area Chamber of Commerce

"As a non-profit community pillar of arts and culture, we know that the Winnie Area Chamber is committed to helping us build relationships and promoting our mission to make theatre accessible to all."

Jane Doe, Executive Artistic Director, Spencer Community Theatre