This site tells the story of Alsatian settlement, early commerce and transportation in Texas. The restored 1850s inn has eight rooms. The Texas Historical Commission property offers daily tours of exhibits, historic structures and the gristmill. Picnic and fish on the Medina River. Open 8 a.m.-5...
Known as Cross Hill, the hill above the cemetery offers a panoramic view of the Medina Valley. Buried in the cemetery is Amelia Castro, wife of the founder of the city. U.S. 90 and Alsace Street.
This museum is dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of vintage aircraft, aviation items, antique autos and early 20th-century farming equipment. It features fully operational exhibits. Donations accepted. Open 1-5 p.m. Sun. and other times by appointment. Located 12 miles west of San Anto...
Completed in 1870, this Recorded Texas Historic Landmark features stained-glass windows and original wood altars, statues and pews. Nearby is a tiny chapel built by the Alsatian pioneers. The chapel is on the grounds of the Moye Retreat Center, a former convent of the Sisters of Divine Providence...
This 2.5 story timber and brick fachwerk home was built in 1618 in Wahlbach, France, and gifted to Castroville by the people of Alsace in 1998. It was reassembled and finished in 2002. It includes authentic Alsatian furniture. Donations accepted. Open by appointment from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 1...
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