Did you know Natural Bridge Caverns are the largest known commercial caverns in Texas? Take the Discovery Tour to go 180 feet underground and see an amazing array of ancient formations! ... See MoreSee Less
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In New Braunfels at Faust Street Bridge.
We can't get enough of this view from Faust Street Bridge. The historic bridge, now for pedestrians and cyclists only, crosses the Guadalupe River. ... See MoreSee Less
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Deep in the heart of the Texas Hill country lies beautiful New Braunfels. Founded in 1845 by German settlers, New Braunfels is overflowing with old world heritage and small town charm. Come visit our city with a Walking Tour, take in our great New Braunfels Museums, Historic Districts in New Braunfels, and Performing Arts in New Braunfels.
Experience a mix of quaint architecture and modern fashion while exploring the shopping scene in downtown New Braunfels, relax in the Gruene Historical District, or join in on any of Greater New Braunfels Activities and exciting events.
Live Music Can’t Be Beat – The nights come alive with live music in New Braunfels, where you will find a variety of concerts happening every day of the week throughout the city, and in nearby Gruene. Check out our live music blog to keep up on the latest happenings.
Award-Winning Farmers Market – The cooler months are a perfect time to visit the New Braunfels Farmers Market, which is held every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., rain or shine! Each market features live music, fresh produce, and hand-crafted gifts from vendors local to Comal County.
Festival Season is Here! – Our fair city comes alive with numerous celebrations during the fall and winter months. Kicking things off in September is the Comal County Fair and Parade, featuring down-home county fair nostalgia, a stock show and rodeo. The Gruene Music and Wine Festival dominates one fun-filled weekend in October, with proceeds benefitting United Way of Comal County. November means it’s time for our annual 10-day salute to sausage – Wurstfest! Thousands of visitors come from all over the globe to share in the food, music, shopping and fun. New Braunfels also gets a jump on the holiday season with unique gift shopping at Weihnachtsmarkt and the Downtown Christmas Tree Lighting. We round out the year with good cheer including a visit from St. Nicolas, our Wassailfest street festival, locally crafted gifts from Gruene Christmas Market Days and finally the Gruene Town Lighting.
Stay and Play – People tend to have so much fun here, that visits usually include plans to reserve a hotel in New Braunfels. We offer thousands of rooms for business travelers, tourists and winter Texans. Accommodations of all sorts are available, from quaint B&Bs to posh resorts, historic hotels, and major international chain hotels. We also have a fine stockade of campgrounds and RV parks for those seeking a more rustic slumber. There’s room for everyone here!
Hill Country Craft Beer Trail – The Craft Beer Trail takes you on a beautiful journey through the Hill Country, full of river crossings, fields of wildflowers, and steep rolling hills. Trail options range from close-by to as far away as Fredericksburg. You will also have the opportunity to visit some of the Hill Country’s most notable scenic attractions, such as legendary Luckenbach, TX, and the steep hills of the “Devil’s Backbone” on historic – and supposedly haunted – FM32. Once you make your way home to New Braunfels, we suggest an evening at one our three breweries and watching the sun set over the Comal River with a fresh, local beer. Book your trip today!
When in town, be sure to check out the New Braunfels Visitor Center at 237 IH 35 N for maps, brochures and information on local attractions. They’re open seven days a week, and love to welcome visitors to our great city!