Showcases a variety of aircraft, including a Liaison-4, a 1945 Piper L-4 Grasshopper and a Burt Rutan Vari-Viggan. Other exhibits include a collection of WWII memorabilia in a display room and in a hangar. The hangar was built in 1943 at Garner Field. Open 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Tue. and Fri. Donations ac...
Extensive collection of art and antiques owned by former Gov. Dolph Briscoe and displayed in the First State Bank. Highlighted masterpieces include original works by Rembrandt and Gainsborough, Remington and Warren. Tours are available 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Mon.–Fri. Closed most holidays. 200 E. Nopal St...
Built as a U.S. Calvary post in 1849 and listed in the National Register of Historic Sites in Texas, this park features hiking trails and picnic tables. It is located on the scenic Leona River, at the base of what once was an active volcano millions of years ago. 1.5 miles south of city on F.M. 1...
Restored and refurbished, the Grand Opera House (circa 1891) was once the center of cultural activity in southwest Texas. Today's performances are given in its original turn-of-the-century setting. Tours are available during box office hours. Open 9 a.m.–noon and 1–5 p.m. Mon.–Fri. Admission char...
Former home of Texas native John "Cactus Jack" Garner, vice president under Franklin D. Roosevelt, the building now features miscellaneous historical material and special displays associated with Garner and the area's history. Open 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Tue.–Sat. Closed holidays. 333 N. Park St. 830/278-...
Take U.S. 83 north through Concan, past Garner State Park to Leakey, then west on R.M. 337 and south on Texas 55 ; or at Leakey, east on R.M. 337 to Vanderpool (near Lost Maples Natural Area), and south on R.M. 187 to Sabinal ; some of the most spectacular scenery in the Texas Hill Country.
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