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Sonora, Texas
205 Hwy 277 North
Sonora, TX 76950
chamber@sonoratexas.org
325-387-2880
www.sonoratexas.org
Sonora, Texas

Attractions in Sonora

Stunning subterranean caverns, fascinating museums and a picturesque courthouse, and a sprawling nature center are among the attractions in Sonora, Texas. Located 2.5 hours northwest of San Antonio, Sonora offers unique shopping and dining to go along with its wealth of small-town charm.

Find out what this Hill Country town has to offer below.


Caverns of Sonora
Pull on your hard hat and step down into the depths of one of the most beautiful show caves in the world. Located below the limestone-rich ranch country of the western Texas Hill Country, Caverns of Sonora is a showcase of natural wonder. See an array of cave formations as you stroll almost two miles on the Crystal Palace Tour, or embark on an unforgettable adventure off the beaten path with an experienced caver. Tickets are available on Caverns of Sonora’s website.
1711 PR 4468
Sonora, TX 76950
(325) 387-3105


Eaton Hill Nature Center & Preserve
The Hill Country is known for its natural beauty, and there are few better places to experience it than at this attraction in Sonora. Explore more than two miles of hiking trails that wind through 37 acres of rocky outcrops and dense woods. Stop by the Nature Center, located within a more than 110-year-old home, to see interpretive exhibits showcasing area wildlife, fossils, and geology. With so much to see and do, a trip to Eaton Hill Nature Center & Preserve is just as ideal if you’re looking to get outdoors or you want to appreciate the region’s diverse flora and fauna.
500 City Hill Road
Sonora, TX 76950
(325) 387-2615


Miers Home Museum
The Miers Home Museum is a real piece of Sonora’s history. Built in the 1890’s, it was only the fifth structure built in town. Today, it’s a showcase of local lore containing artifacts from Sonora’s past, including archives of the local newspaper (The Devil’s River News) and a collection of photographs.
307 East Oak Street
Sonora, TX 76950


Old Sonora Icehouse Ranch Museum
Sonora’s early history is filled with tales of outlaws, lawmen, and frontier pioneers carving out their lives in this part of the West Texas frontier. Learn about Will Carver, a member of Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch gang, who died after a shootout on the streets of Sonora in 1901. Hear these, and many more stories, at the Old Sonora Icehouse Ranch Museum that’s housed in a 1920’s ice house.
206 South Water Avenue
Sonora, TX 76950
(325) 387-3754


Sonora Golf Club
Picturesque scenery and a layout that tees up fun for players of all skill levels. What else can you ask for from a golf course? Sonora’s own public golf course is a nine-hole wonder featuring wide rolling fairways lined with trees and sand and water hazards that will challenge your long and short game. Hang out after your round at the clubhouse, where you can relax with a tasty meal and a few drinks.
1612 Golf Course Road
Sonora, TX 76950
(325) 387-3680


Sutton County Courthouse
Built in 1891, the Sutton County Courthouse is an architectural wonder. With its angular sloped roofs and narrow arched windows of the Second Empire style of architecture, it’s the eye-catching heart of Sonora’s courthouse square.
300 East Oak Street
Sonora, TX 76950

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Sonora, Texas
205 Hwy 277 North
Sonora, TX 76950
325-387-2880
www.sonoratexas.org
Sonora, Texas

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