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282 North Main Street
Boerne, TX 78006

Attractions in Boerne

attractions in boerneMuch of what makes the Texas Hill Country unique can be experienced at one of the many attractions in Boerne. Visit a home built by a German settler in the 1880’s, enjoy the Hill Country’s enchanting scenery at the Guadalupe River State Park, or journey underground at Cascade Caverns or the Cave Without a Name.

These are just a few ways you can enjoy your time in this captivating village, located about 30 miles north of San Antonio. Read on to discover many of Boerne’s great attractions below. 



AgriCultural Museum and Arts CenterAgriCultural
Discover the history of agricultural and rural life in the Texas Hill Country. The museum contains blacksmithing and woodworking shops, a pioneer house, outdoor displays of antique farm equipment, and a museum full of various exhibits. Bluegrass Jams are scheduled on the second and 4th Saturday of the month. Bring your own instrument to play along. The Hill Country Council for the Arts calls this space home as well. Register for workshops and classes online. Both organizations will host special events including festivals and antique tractor pulls. 
102 City Park Road
Boerne, TX 78006
(830) 537-5509





Boerne City Lake Park
Boerne City Lake Park is a picturesque outdoor area that includes a fishing pier, picnic areas, playground, volleyball court, boat dock, nine-hole disc golf course, and butterfly garden. Swimming, kayaking, boating, and hiking are some of the other top things to do in the park. Kayak and paddle board rentals are available at Hill Country Paddle Sports.
1 City Lake Road
Boerne, TX 78006
(830) 249-9511



Breweries and Pub Crawlingbreweries in Boerne
Boerne is home to multiple craft breweries and most of them are within walking distance of each other. The Hill Country Mile is home to Cibolo Creek Brewing Company, Hamby's, Free Roam Brewing Company, and Tusculum Brewing Company. A little further out you will find the Dodging Duck Brewhaus, 28 Songs Brewhouse + Kitchen, Kinematic Brewing Company.




cascade cavernsCascade Caverns
Experience life underground at Cascade Caverns, Boerne’s oldest tourist attraction. A guided one-hour tour will take you through the cave’s five corridors full of spectacular cave formations and unusual animals, such as the cliff chirping frog and the Cascade Caverns salamander. Above ground, you’ll find a gift shop, nature trails, picnic tables, gem and mining quarry, prehistoric playground, rock wall, selfies with Rex. and camping sites.
226 Cascade Caverns Road
Boerne, TX 78015
(830) 755-8080


cave without a nameCave Without a Name
Incredible stalactite and stalagmite formations, magnificent flowstones, and more fill the six main rooms of Cave Without a Name, a natural and living cave system about 11 miles northeast of Boerne. Well lit, easily traversable trails offer great views of these complex formations that take thousands of years to form. The cave is open every day of the year except for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Check their calendar of events for underground concerts. 
325 Kreutzberg Road
Boerne, TX 78006
(830) 537-4212


cibolo nature centerCibolo Nature Center
The Cibolo Nature Center has four distinct ecosystems that cover 100 acres of spectacular Hill Country terrain. Numerous hiking trails meander through these four areas, including a cypress tree-lined creek and a flat prairie blanketed by tall yellow-brown grass, and offer a great vantage point to take in all the local wildlife. The weekly farmers market is held at the historic Herff Farm Homestead located at the back of the property. 
140 City Park Road
Boerne, TX 78006
(830) 249-4616

Guadalupe River State Park
Guadalupe River State Park features four miles of riverfront terrain within a nine-mile stretch of the Guadalupe River. Canoeing, fishing, swimming, bird watching, and hiking are some of the more popular activities in the park, which connects with the Honey Creek State Natural Area to cover more than 4,200 contiguous acres of Hill Country territory.
3350 Park Road 31
Boerne, TX 78006
(830) 438-2656

Kreutzberg Canyon Natural Area
Swim, paddle, fish, or simply relax on the scenic shores of the Guadalupe River in the Kreutzberg Canyon Natural Area, situated about 10 miles northeast of Boerne. In addition to easy river access, the 117-acre natural area includes three miles of multiuse trails and three observation blinds ideal for observing or photographing birds and other wildlife.
143 Mark Twain
Boerne, TX 78006
(830) 537-3470

Kuhlmann-King Historical House
Visit one of the oldest homes in Boerne, the Kuhlmann-King Historical House. The home, built in the 1880’s by German immigrant William Kuhlmann, has a historic kitchen and a historical marker. This site is for tours on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.
402 East Blanco Road     
Boerne, TX 78006
(830) 331-1033



wine tours from boerneWine Tours from Boerne
There are many wineries throughout the Hill Country, and Boerne isn’t far from some of the best of them. That’s why one of the most popular things to do in town is to take a winery tour offered by one of the many operators in Boerne. These tours take you to a few of the many wineries and breweries around Boerne, meaning you don’t have to worry about driving. Does it get any better than that?

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Boerne, TX 78006

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