The Immortal 32 refers to a group of volunteers who traveled from Gonzales to reinforce the doomed garrison of Texian soldiers at the Alamo.
The Gonzales Memorial Museum honors these men and exhibits numerous Revolutionary displays and artifacts, including the famous “Come and Take It” cannon.
The museum building was constructed in the 1930s under the Texas Centennial Commission. The art deco style was intended to bring a “modern” look to Texas – while simultaneously commemorating Texan history.
Gonzales Memorial Museum