Scenes from an earlier way of life in Historic Downtown New Braunfels. We invite you on this tour to get a taste of what life was like, spanning from 1845 to today’s usage of the historic homes and buildings, full of history and character.
Tour meets at 9:00am at the northeast corner of San Antonio St. and Castell, next to The Phoenix Saloon.
You will walk between 2 – 3 miles on downtown sidewalks. The walk is not strenuous and there are plenty of rest stops. During the tour you will view 4 murals in downtown New Braunfels and make 6 stops where you will be provided with samples of food and
Tour meets at the northeast corner of San Antonio St. and Castell, next to The Phoenix Saloon.
You will walk between 2 – 3 miles on downtown sidewalks. The walk is not strenuous and there are plenty of rest stops. During the tour you will learn about the history of beer brewing and saloons in New Braunfels, as well as getting to sample locally brewed beer.
Do you have a group that is interested in taking a tour of downtown New Braunfels? I can arrange one for you!
I have a list of places to visit in downtown New Braunfels. A tour can be arranged to include as much or as little walking as you desire. If you have a bus, it can be used to move your group around in the downtown area.
If you are interested in a complete tour of downtown New Braunfels, this is it! Let’s make a day of it.
This walk is about 5 miles on downtown sidewalks. The walk is not strenuous and there will be plenty of rest stops. Meet at The Sophienburg Museum, 401 W. Coll Street. We will spend about an hour at the museum before beginning the walk.
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Theresa HallShould have listened better to the waitress about the size of the onion ring's! Love the food, staff and ambiance!4 days ago · 1
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Toby LavergneMy wife and I began coming to NB on our first road trip when we began dating. We would trek out from Houston in the spring and again in the fall. And other times we had the money to get away. At night, after a romantic dinner, we danced under the trellis behind Gruene Mansion Inn and kissed on the bench that was in that spot. A year later, I proposed to her on that spot on that bench. Right before the wedding, I called the owner of GMI and explained our story. I asked him for his vendor because I wanted to buy a replica of the bench. He insisted we take THAT exact bench. I asked him how much and he offered a fantastic price. So I bought it, drove in from Houston the next day, and hid it in my father's garage for a year. I gave it to my wife for our anniversary with a movie I made of all our time in NB and the hill country and a soundtrack of the music we shared traveling together. This year, we were finally able to make the move out here to NB permanently. We've taken our 2 year old to the spot many times. When she's older, we'll share Mommy and Daddy's story and connection to that spot. Now, that bench is on our back porch. My wife and daughter sit on it most days after school and work. Someday, when we have more money available, I want to buy a replica and give it back to GMI so that other couples can have a chance to grow their love and possibly get engaged in the same spot. New Braunfels has always held special meaning to us. It's why wanted to live here and grow old here. We've been here for about 7 months now and we love it more each week. I couldn't imagine a nicer place to live with my beautiful wife and raise my daughter.3 days ago · 9
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