This museum complex includes a one-room schoolhouse, buggy and farm equipment shed, a D'Hanis brick building, Southern Pacific caboose, and the 1893 Southern Pacific Hondo Depot. More than 2,000 items are on display from the frontier beginnings of Medina County to World War II. Open 10 a.m.-4 p....
This 1940s movie theater, closed in the 1980s, has been restored and features state-of-the-art sound and first-run movies. Available for tours and special events. Outdoor screening annually for the community.
A labyrinth of twists, turns and dead-ends are carved through towering corn stalks. Site also features a barrel train, play area, picnic areas, concessions and pick-your-own flowers. Generally open September-November; closed Thanksgiving Day. Two miles east of Hondo on U.S. 90. www.southtexasmai...
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