Burton Cotton Gin Festival

Join us for the 35th Annual Burton Cotton Gin Festival on Saturday, April 20, 2024 from 10am to 6pm.
Come out to Burton, home of the 1914 Burton Farmers Gin, and celebrate the 35th Annual Burton Cotton Gin Festival! This is a FREE, family friendly event featuring a day full of fun and history! The day begins with a parade through Burton, and continues at the grounds of the Texas Cotton Gin Museum. Shop and eat in our Arts & Crafts Vendor Area, and Food Court. Watch Folklife skills demonstrations like Blacksmithing and butter churning, and spoon carving.

Please check back for a complete schedule of events for the day and more info.
​Thanks and see you soon!

Beginners Guide to the Chakra System

Discover the power of your energy centers and join us for a journey through the
Chakras. In this beginners guide to the Chakra System you will learn about this
ancient energy system and how to unblock and bring your energy into balance and
reclaim the personal power that’s already inside of you.

March 30th | 1pm

With Tiffany Vann, owner of Genesis Yoga

Flown The Coop, Live Oak St, Burton, TX.

Antiques at The Pavilions

Join us in Burton during this year’s Spring Antiques Week for antiques@ the pavilions. The Oliver Whitener-Roy Winkler Pavilions at the Texas Cotton Gin Museum will be home to some great dealers/vendors March 25-30 from 9am to 5pm. Also, join us for “Wine & Wander” around Burton on Thursday, March 28th, 5-9pm. Start at Texas Cotton Gin Museum for food, wine, live music with Samuel Paul Brown AND shopping of course! The fun continues with “Arts & Antiques at the Belle,” Flown the Coop, Great Olde Things Antiques, Txjunkr, and the White Horse Tavern. For more event information visit TexasCottonGinMuseum.org and for a sneak peek about the music visit SamBrownBand.com.
The pavilions are well-lit, have adjoining restrooms, and electricity is available. Burton is located just 10 miles east of Round Top on Highway 290, and has some other great antique shops along with delicious restaurants! While you’re here check out the museum and the Oldest Operating Cotton Gin in America, the Burton Farmers Gin. There’s a lot to love in Burton!

Antiques at The Pavilions

Join us in Burton during this year’s Spring Antiques Week for antiques@ the pavilions. The Oliver Whitener-Roy Winkler Pavilions at the Texas Cotton Gin Museum will be home to some great dealers/vendors March 25-30 from 9am to 5pm. Also, join us for “Wine & Wander” around Burton on Thursday, March 28th, 5-9pm. Start at Texas Cotton Gin Museum for food, wine, live music with Samuel Paul Brown AND shopping of course! The fun continues with “Arts & Antiques at the Belle,” Flown the Coop, Great Olde Things Antiques, Txjunkr, and the White Horse Tavern. For more event information visit TexasCottonGinMuseum.org and for a sneak peek about the music visit SamBrownBand.com.
The pavilions are well-lit, have adjoining restrooms, and electricity is available. Burton is located just 10 miles east of Round Top on Highway 290, and has some other great antique shops along with delicious restaurants! While you’re here check out the museum and the Oldest Operating Cotton Gin in America, the Burton Farmers Gin. There’s a lot to love in Burton!