The editors didn't give this place such a rave review without a good reason. And on this one they are on the money. You might as well get your moneys worth, cause this is a part of the National Park System, so we are all paying for it. If you love history, this is the place for you. There is…
First time here!!! It was soooo awesome. Smaller than I expected, but the History.... just soaking it all in still. Right across from the River Walk with lots of Dining, Bars and Shopping. Can't wait to come back!
401 King WilliamSan Antonio, TX 78204
From Business: Villa Finale, Museum & Gardens, is the last home of civic leader, collector and preservationist Walter Nold Mathis. The house site on 1.5 acres of former farm land for the Alamo, contains of over 12, 500 fine and decorative arts.
228 S Laredo StSan Antonio, TX 78207
From Business: The Life and History of Jose Antonio Navarro, a Texas statesman, politician, rancher, and merchant. General Admission * Adults $4 * Ages 6(-18) $3 * Children 5 and under FREE * School groups, $1 per student (reservations required)
401 W Coll StNew Braunfels, TX 78130
From Business: Take the journey with Prince Carl and his group of German colonists as they cross the ocean and make their way into central Texas. The Sophienburg Museum offers public lectures, school programs and community events that promote the area’s unique history.
302 W San Antonio StNew Braunfels, TX 78130
From Business: The New Braunfels Historic Railroad is dedicated to the preservation of railroad artifacts and education with a variety of artifacts and photographs from the golden age of railroading on display. Many of them are directly related to past New Braunfels operations of the International & Great Northern, MOPAC, and MKT railroa…