New Braunfels Texas
In addition to its two beautiful rivers, New Braunfels also has a lake located just down the road. Canyon Lake has 80 miles of shoreline and is
enjoyable for water recreation sports like boating, jet skiing and scuba diving.
Two and a half miles in length, the Comal River is the shortest river in
the world. However, what the Comal lacks in length, it makes up for in
The Sophienburg Museum and Archives are dedicated to preserving the
history of New Braunfels and its founders.
In the museum, hundreds of artifacts are on display, along with exhibits
demonstrating the lives of New Braunfels settlers. Included are displays
like a small blacksmith shop, a workbench and hand tools and crafts of
pioneer women. <more...>
The New Braunfels Children's Museum
The New Braunfels Children's Museum offers children and families over
5,000 square feet of exciting hands-on learning opportunities. <more...>
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