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Sleep Inn & Suites New Braunfels
1477 North IH 35, New Braunfels, TX, United Stateshttp://www.nbsleepinn.com(830) 625-7700
Schlitterbahn Waterpark New Braunfels
400 N Liberty Ave, New Braunfels, TX, United Stateshttp://www.schlitterbahn.com/nb(830) 625-2351Come explore over seventy acres of shared family fun, thrilling adventure, and relaxation! Schlitterbahn New Braunfels, voted the World’s Best Waterpark for 16 years in a row, is nestled along the beautiful banks of the Comal River and features world famous attractions, epic river adventures, kids' water playgrounds, and beautiful spots to relax and share a picnic – there is truly something for everyone!
1281 Gruene Rd, New Braunfels, TX, United Stateshttp://www.gruenehall.com(830) 606-1281Gruene Hall, was built in 1878 by Henry (Heinrich) D. Gruene and is located in the historical town of Gruene, Texas (now a part of New Braunfels), and bills itself as "the oldest continually run dance hall in Texas." By design, not much has physically changed since the Hall was first built. The 6,000 square foot dance hall with a high pitched tin roof still has the original layout with side flaps for open air dancing, a bar in the front, a small lighted stage in the back and a huge outdoor garden. Advertisement signs from the 1930s and 40s still hang in the old hall and around the stage.
Comal River - Rockin R' River Rides
193 S Liberty, New Braunfels, TX 78130
Guadalupe River - Rockin R River Rides
1405 Gruene Rd, New Braunfels, TX, United Stateshttp://www.rockinr.com(830) 629-9999WWGAF, Inc., better known as Rockin 'R' River Rides has been doing business in New Braunfels for 33 years now. Two guys who had a dream back in 1979 made it come true and we all thank them from the bottom of our hearts. Of course, if it hadn't been for their wives bringing home the bacon . . . . . well, who knows?
San Marcos Premium Outlets
3939 Interstate 35 #900, San Marcos, TX, United Stateshttp://www.premiumoutlets.com(512) 396-2200Find impressive savings at Armani, Calvin Klein, Coach, Cole Haan, Diane Von Furstenberg, Elie Tahari, Gucci, J.Crew, Michael Kors and more!
4015 Interstate 35 Frontage Rd, San Marcos, TX, United Stateshttp://www.tangeroutlet.com/sanmarcos(512) 396-7446What could be more fun than spending the day with family and friends bargain hunting at Tanger! Tanger Outlet Centers feature more than 2,200 outlet stores which are owned and operated by the most popular, brand name manufacturers. Buying direct from the manufacturer at Tanger means you'll always save more.
Canyon Lake, TX, USACanyon Lake is a census-designated place (CDP) in Comal County, Texas, United States. The population was 21,262 at the 2010 census. It is part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Canyon Lake CDP includes a number of small, unincorporated communities surrounding Canyon Lake, including Sattler, Startzville, Canyon City, Cranes Mill, and Hancock. Communities located on the fringes of the CDP are Fischer, Spring Branch, and Smithson Valley.
Landa Park Railroad
362 Aquatic Cir, New Braunfels, TX, United Stateshttp://www.nbtexas.org/index.aspx?nid=156(830) 625-8285Landa Park offers picnic facilities under the shade of giant, ancient oak trees. Walk or jog on the parks special trails, or ride a miniature train that chugs around the 51 acre park. An excursion on a paddle boat is one of the best ways to see the Comal Springs and Landa Lake. Why not take in a round of miniature golf, relax at the playground or enjoy the flora and fauna on the Panther Canyon Nature Trail?
178 Landa Park Dr, New Braunfels, TX, United Stateshttp://wurstfest.com(830) 625-9167Join Wurstfest for unique annual celebration rich in German culture and full of Texas fun! Located near the headwaters of the beautiful Comal River in New Braunfels, Texas!
Natural Bridges Wildlife ranch
26515 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd, San Antonio, TX, United Stateshttp://wildliferanchtexas.com(830) 438-7400Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch is one of Texas' most recognized family entertainment attractions. Meander through 400 acres of rolling hills, creek beds, and magnificent live oak trees and witness the behavior of over 500 animals from 40 exotic, native and endangered animal species worldwide.
Natural Bridge Caverns, Inc.
26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd, San Antonio, TX, United Stateshttp://www.naturalbridgecaverns.com(210) 651-6101Natural Bridge Caverns is so much more than one of the most treasured natural attractions Texas has to offer. This beautiful and historical cavern system offers an experience that is high energy, educational, fun and family oriented. Whether you are a first timer, an avid caver or someone in between, Natural Bridge Caverns awaits with a once in a lifetime experience you'll never forget.
McKenna Children's Museum
801 W San Antonio St, New Braunfels, TX, United Stateshttp://www.mckennakids.org(830) 606-9525Discover a world of arts and creativity, science and technology, culture, health and history. Welcome to the McKenna Children’s Museum a stimulating environment dedicated to promoting the overall well-being of children. Experience close encounters of every kind. See, touch, smell and taste in an atmosphere especially designed to build healthy young minds and wholesome bodies. Watch them live large. Learn lots. Laugh out loud. And let their imagination do the rest.
River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78205, USAThe San Antonio River Walk (also known as Paseo del Río) is a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath the streets of Downtown San Antonio, Texas, USA. Lined by bars, shops and restaurants, the River Walk is an important part of the city's urban fabric and a tourist attraction in its own right.
Alamo, TX, USAAlamo, Texas, located in the Rio Grade Valley what is nicknamed the "Land of Two Summers," is a town known as "The Refuge to the Valley" in the irrigated area of southern Hidalgo County, Texas. This town was incorporated in 1924, and it was named for the abundance of Alamo Cottenwood trees that grew on the land that was owned by the Alamo Land and Sugar Company, not for the famous "The Alamo" in San Antonio, Texas Alamo Mission, 240 miles to the north. The town is located in an area of abundant vegetable farming and citrus groves, and it is a noted winter resort/retirement town near the Mexico-U.S. border. Alamo is also one of the Rio Grande Valley's gateways to Mexico, via U.S. Route 281 and Nuevo Progreso, Tamaulipasas well as gateway to the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge. Alamo's population was 18,353 at the time of the 2010 U.S. Census.
Texas Ski Ranch
6700 N Ih 35, New Braunfels, TX, United Stateshttp://www.texasskiranch.com(830) 627-2843Texas Ski Ranch is a 70-acre action sports paradise located in New Braunfels, TX. When it comes to wakeboarding and cable parks, TSR is consistently ranked as one of the top facilities in the world. With three cable systems and a boat lake there is truly something for all levels of water sports enthusiasts. First time riders can take advantage of our incredible coaching and beginner cables. More advanced riders can charge the park and hit structures.
SeaWorld San Antonio
SeaWorld San Antonio, 10500 Sea World Dr, San Antonio, TX 78251, USASeaWorld San Antonio (formerly SeaWorld of Texas) is a 250-acre (100 ha) marine mammal park, oceanarium, and animal theme park, located in the Westover Hills District of San Antonio, Texas. It is the largest of the three parks in the SeaWorld chain owned by SeaWorld Entertainment, a division of Blackstone Group, and the world's largest marine-life theme park. The other two SeaWorld parks are located in San Diego, California and Orlando, Florida. It is a member of the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums (AMMPA) and is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
17000 IH-10 West, San Antonio, TX, United Stateshttp://www.sixflags.com(210) 697-5050Six Flags Fiesta Texas is a theme park located on approximately 200 acres (0.81 km2) of land in San Antonio, Texas, USA. It is owned by Six Flags. Six Flags Fiesta Texas is the major entertainment component of USAA's La Cantera, a 1,600 acre (6.5 km²) master-planned development in northwest San Antonio. "La Cantera" means "rock quarry" in Spanish and refers to the former use of the property on which the development sits.
San Antonio Children's Museum
305 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX, United Stateshttp://www.sakids.org(210) 212-4453The San Antonio Children's Museum was founded by a group of dedicated volunteers who were committed to building a community space dedicated to early childhood development. Since opening its doors in September of 1995, more than two million visitors have explored three floors of hands-on exhibits that spark children's imagination and help them discover a world of knowledge. Dedicated to children ages 0-10 years, the museum's exhibits and programs are focused on early childhood learning, especially in the creative arts, sciences and early literacy.
San Antonio Zoo
3903 North Saint Mary's Street, San Antonio, TX, United Stateshttp://sazoo.org(210) 734-7184The San Antonio Zoological Gardens and Aquarium is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums-accredited zoo in Midtown San Antonio, Texas, United States. The 35-acre (14 ha) zoo has a collection of over 3,500 animals representing 750 species. The zoo's annual attendance exceeds 1,000,000. It also runs non-animal attractions, such as the 2 ft (610 mm) narrow gauge San Antonio Zoo Eagle train ride, which first opened in 1956 and utilizes three Chance Rides C.P. Huntington locomotives.
Dry Comal Creek Vineyards
1741 Herbelin Rd, New Braunfels, TX, United Stateshttp://www.drycomalcreek.com(830) 885-4076Franklin and Bonnie Houser purchased 103 acres of land just outside of New Braunfels in the 1970's as a get-away home for their young family. The Dry Comal Creek was full of wild mustang grapes and dewberries.
Sophienburg Museum & Archives
401 W Coll St, New Braunfels, TX, United Stateshttp://www.sophienburg.com(830) 629-1572Prince Carl chose a hill overlooking the beginnings of the town and began his plan to build a castle on the site. His home was to be called Sophienburg (Sophie’s Castle) for his fiancée, Lady Sophia, Princess of Salm-Salm. He returned to Germany to bring Sophia to Texas, but she refused to leave. Prince Carl chose his fiancée over Texas and stayed in Germany to marry Sophia. He never returned to Texas. Today the Sophienburg Museum and Archives stands on the hill chosen long ago by Prince Carl.