Notable early 1900s architecture surrounds the art deco courthouse. Be sure to visit the "World's Largest Pecan." This concrete statue on the courthouse lawn pays homage to a valuable local crop. Central Park is ringed with reproductions of vintage street lamps first installed in 1922. Court and...
In Langner Hall, the museum has geological displays. An adjoining rock garden is open at all times and includes trail guides just outside the gate. On Prexy Drive. .
This is the home of the Mid-Texas Symphony. On Fleming Drive.
Dispatched by Sam Houston to urge settlers to flee from Santa Anna in the Runaway Scrape, Juan Seguin came to be called "the Paul Revere of Texas." He also fought alongside the other Texans at San Jacinto and went on to serve as a Senator of the Republic of Texas and as Mayor of San Antonio. An i...
In the heart of downtown, a bronze sculpture pays tribute to the Tejano patriot. Central Park, at River and Nolte streets. .
One of the world's largest collections of nutcrackers features more than 10,000 examples from countries including Germany, Austria, Italy and India. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 101 S. Texas 123 Bypass. www.papepecan.com
Houses a recital hall, theater and gallery.
This 1856 Greek Revival mansion is considered one of the finest surviving 19th-century "limecrete" structures in America. Exhibits feature technology used to build this structure, the history, and rare Wilson Pottery artifacts from the first post-Civil War business owned by freed slaves in Texas....
This museum features prehistoric geology, Native Americans who lived in the region, and the early Spanish and German settlers of the area. Open 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Closed most holidays. Group tours available by appointment. . Free. 114 N. River St. www.theheritagemuseum.org
Founded in 1891, this institution moved to Seguin in 1912. Its campus is between U.S. 90 and U.S. 90A.
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