New Braunfels

  • Zink Haus

    168 E. Zink Street
    New Braunfels

    The newest luxury experience in New Braunfels vacation rentals Ideal for a romantic wedding, corporate retreat or a once-in-a-lifetime family gathering, Zink Haus is a private oasis of excellence and refinement. One of the top luxury New Braunfels vacation rentals, one expects a southern Bell... Read More >>

  • Mike Starks RE/MAX Town & Country

    116 East Austin Street
    Fredericksburg

    Mike Starks RE/MAX Town & Country If you are looking to buy or sell real estate, it’s best to be well informed and work with a professional who has the experience you need….. My name is Mike Starks. As a Realtor with RE/MAX Town & Country, I believe that Fredericksburg Texas Real Es... Read More >>

  • Buffalo Creek Ranch Cottages

    5108 S Hwy 16 Fredericksburg
    TX 78624

    Immediately after you arrive at the front gate to Buffalo Creek Ranch, you will sense that the world as you knew it will soon diminish right before your eyes. The main entrance escorts individuals alongside the main residence for the resort and leads you directly to the front door of your guest hous... Read More >>

  • Silver Creek Beer Garden & Grill

    310 E Main St
    Fredericksburg

    Full Bar! Great Food! Beer Garden! Fredericksburg, Texas is a very laid back town. Silver Creek Beer Garden & Grille created a place to come relax and enjoy yourself sorta like an European ninety. Silver Creek, the property itself, is a house built in 1908 by Robert Streigler. He built t... Read More >>

  • Apache Rifleworks

    50502 IH 10 West. Comfort
    TX 78013

    Come Check Our Our 25 Yard, Rifle Rated Indoor Shooting Range, Custom Gun Shop, and Training Facility WELCOME TO APACHE RIFLEWORKS We are a group of guys and gals who love to engage with others who are interested in defending themselves as well as their loved ones. Building custom bolt action ri... Read More >>

  • Samantha’s of Bandera

    702 State Hwy 16 South
    Bandera

    Texas Sized Pride Deep in the heart of the Lone Star State - not far from the Alamo in San Antonio or the State Capitol of Austin - lies the great City of Bandera, Texas - the Cowboy Capital of the World. A wonderful city of 10,000 people nestled close to the famed Texas Hill Country, Ba... Read More >>

  • Best Western Boerne Inn & Suites

    36756 Interstate 10 W
    Boerne

    Located 1 mile to Boerne Downtown Includes free hot breakfast and brand new rooms. The hotel is very conveniently located on Exit 539 on Interstate Highway 10, Johns Road in Boerne, Texas. Close to antique shopping, downtown Boerne, local restaurants, 15 miles to Six Flags® Fiesta, 25 minutes to ... Read More >>

  • Creekhaven Inn

    400 Mill Race Lane
    Wimberley TX 76876

      Texas Hill Country elegance is yours at this romantic waterfront lodging facility, lush in natural setting, exquisite décor and gracious hospitality. Nestled on the banks of the Cypress Creek just downstream from “Blue Hole,” and within walking distance of the Wimberley Village Square... Read More >>

  • River Road Treehouses

    12660 River Rd
    New Braunfels

    From the moment you arrive you’ll see the enormous eighty-foot cypress trees with decades old wild mustang grapevines hanging from their limbs, you will realize why we love this very special place. First off you will notice the footbridge attached to the trees that will take you safely across the ... Read More >>

  • Fredericksburg Theater Company

    1668 S. US Hwy 87
    Fredericksburg

    For 20 years the Fredericksburg Theater Company has presented the finest musicals, comedies and dramas in the Texas Hill Country. Some past production include Les Miserables, Oklahoma, Evita, Beauty and the Beast, Oliver! and more! The theater offers 7 mainstage productions a year as well as a nu... Read More >>

  • Cowboy Steak House

    416 Main St
    Kerrville

    The story goes that in 1977, the Cowboy Steak House opened and Richard Ferris quickly became one of its favorite patrons. After the restaurant had been in business but a few months, Richard says to Lorrie, “We’re buying the Steak House.” Lorrie replied, “We don’t know anything about runnin... Read More >>

  • The Grill at Leon Springs

    24116 IH-10 West
    Exit 551

    WELCOME TO THE GRILL AT LEON SPRINGS! Mission Statement: A restaurant is not a business but a way of life. When you come to the Grill, you are coming to our home and will treated as honored guests by all Grill ambassadors. Welcome to the Grill at Leon Springs - a one-of-a-kind creative dining an... Read More >>

  • For travelers seeking the best tourist attractions in Texas, there are many New Braunfels tourism spots to hit.

    The popular town was founded by German farmers and craftsmen in 1845, giving it the distinct names and German decor around the city. The destination is centrally located, and only a few miles from other major cities in the state, making it a popular place to visit.

    Sitting on the mouth of the Comal and Guadulupe Rivers, there are a variety of water sports and activities which tourists will love to engage in while visiting. During the summer months, one of the major New Braunfels tourism attractions is Schlitterbaun, where these water activities are the major appeal to travelers, as well as the locals.

    You will find so much to see and so many things to do in New Braunfels, an historic town located in the heart of the Hill Country. With its rich German history, unique architecture and one-of-a-kind culture, it is a must-see destination.

    Wurstfest is one of the largest German festivals in the US, making it one of the top attractions at the end of October.

    Landa Park is another “must see” in the city. Visitors can take a miniature train ride through the park, and for those who love golfing, the park is home to an extremely challenging 18 hole golf course. There are also several scenic tours which one can take in the park, making it one the biggest tourist attractions.

    Because of the fantastic rivers, and the love for water sports and activities, many visitors love renting paddle boats, river tubing, or renting canoes for the afternoon. Many also enjoy traveling to one of the spring-fed pools for an afternoon swim on a hot day.

    Another big attraction is Historic Downtown: home to the Main Plaza building (built in 1845), and the Fountain, built in 1895, marking the 50th year anniversary of the city. In 1905 the Bandstand was added as another historical landmark.

    The city’s Comal County Courthouse, which takes on a Romanesque revival style design, is also located across the Main Plaza, making the entire Historical area one of the most visited attractions.

    Other pastimes include taking a walking tour of the city center, antiquing and enjoying great Texas food. Whether you plan to visit just for a day or two, or plan to spend a week or more exploring the Hill Country with your family, you will find plenty of activites to keep you entertained.

    The Guadalupe River and the Comal River provide excellent water recreation for visitors. The Guadalupe, located between Canyon Lake and New Braunfels is famous for its exciting rapids and sparkling clear waters. It is very popular with tubers. Much of the land along the river is private: thus, we request that you please respect the property rights and also help preserve this natural resource. Strict enforement of laws and regulations apply to the river areas.

    Gruene (pronounced “green”) was established by German immigrants before 1850; it is now part of New Braunfels. Historic structures, both ruins and restored, include old homes, stores, an art gallery, wineries, an ice cream parlor and a rustic beer hall circa 1880, still popular for weekend dances.

    Conservation Plaza

    These priceless treasures are owned by the New Braunfels Conservation Society. A fine example of fachwerk construction is found in the Baetge House. The Baetge House is a two-story home built in 1852 by Carl Baetge, a German engineer. It was originally constructed 26 miles northwest of town, then dismantled and reconstructed in 1975 on the Plaza. Furnishings reflect the period and are mostly of German or Texas origin. Other buildings on the Plaza include the Lohse-Fischer Home, the Rose Conservatory and the Star Exchange, the Jahn Home, the Jahn Cabinet Shop, the Haelbig Music Studio and the Church Hill School. You will find the Plaza at 1300 Church Hill Drive. There is an admission fee. Operating hours are Tuesday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.; and Saturday & Sunday 2 – 5 p.m.

    Lindheimer Home

    The first to classify much of the native Texas flora, Ferdinand Jakob Lindheimer (1801-1879) has more than 30 types of flowers bearing his name. His home was built around 1852 and demonstrates the fachwerk construction that the German settlers modified to adapt to Texas limestone and cedar. Many pieces of original furniture occupy the home.The address is 491 Comal Street. The Conservation Society owns part of the collection.

    Wagenfuehr Home and Buckhorn Barbershop Museum

    Yet another historic property owned by the local Conservation Society, this home is a collector’s dream and even includes a 1900’s barbershop. Handcrafted jewelry, pictures made from rocks, hand-carved miniature circus animals, dolls from around the world and many other treasures are featured in the museum. An admission fee applies. The address is 521 W. San Antonio Street.You will find the museum open daily from Memorial Day through August from 2 – 5 pm. The museum is closed Wednesdays. In the winter, it is open weekends from 2 – 5 pm.

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    Hill Country Day Trippin’

    There’s plenty of opportunities for day trips from the New Braunfels area.

    Enjoy a relaxing drive through the spectacular Texas Hill Country on wide-open roads lined with breath-taking flowers and trees. Relish views only available in the Hill Country. You’ll feel like you’re light years away from a crowded freeway…because you are.

    And, you won’t have to pick up and move. No packing and unpacking. While based in New Braunfels, you can stay as long as you want and experience an abundance of places to go and things to see and do.

    Here are a couple of the possibilities:

    City/AttractionMilesApproximate Drive TimeClick Below for Directions
    Canyon Lake20 miles30 minDirections
    Gruene3 miles9 minDirections
    Guadalupe River State Park31 miles42 minDirections
    Boerne41 miles55 minDirections
    San Marcos18 miles20 minDirections
    Wimberley25 miles37 minDirections
    Blanco39 miles47 minDirections
    Johnson City52 miles1 hrDirections
    The Alamo (San Antonio)31 miles36 minDirections
    Sea World (San Antonio)43 miles51 minDirections
    Six Flags Fiesta Texas (San Antonio)36 miles41 minDirections
    River Walk (San Antonio)32 miles36 minDirections
    San Marcos Premium Outlets14 miles18 minDirections
    Tanger Outlets San Marcos14 miles15 minDirections
    Texas State Capitol, Austin49 miles49 minDirections
    Source: Google Maps

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