This cave ranks as one of the most beautiful show caves in the world. Formations grow on the ceilings, walls and floors. Almost two miles of underground passage. RV and tent camping available. Guided tours usually depart within 30 minutes of ticket purchase. Fifteen miles west of Sonora off of...
This 37-acre park showcases nature in the Hill Country and Chihuahuan Desert regions. It also features Native American culture and fossil formations. It is great for picnicking, hiking, birding and geocaching. Trails are open sun up-sundown. The center is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri.-Tue. Free. 500...
The museum has artifacts from the area's ranching history from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and an exhibit about Will Carver, a member of the "Wild Bunch" gang who met his fate in Sonora. 206 S. Water Ave. www.sonoratexas.org.
This museum showcases veterans' stories, photos, military equipment and uniforms. It also tells the stories of pioneer ranch women of the area to show how they lived and worked in Sutton and surrounding counties. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and by appointment on Sat-Sun. 105 Concho St. Corner...
The self-guided tour offers points of interest and begins in front of the Sutton County Courthouse, which was awarded "Texas Best Restoration 2002" by the Texas Downtown Association. The tour includes museums, historical sites, pioneer family markers and Bank Vault Park.
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