Sleep Inn & Suites
2138 Water Street
Gonzales, TX 78629
Phone: (830) 672-1888
Fax: (830) 672-1884
2138 Water Street, Gonzales, TX, US, 78629
- Phone: (830) 672-1888
- Fax: (830) 672-1884
Arts & Museums
Features a growing collection of pre-World War II aircraft and memorabilia, in a working lab for aircraft preservation. The Vintage Aviation Historical Foundation hosts numerous exciting events at the old aerodrome each month.
The Heritage Museum features rotating themed exhibits regarding the area
The Texas Agricultural Education & Heritage Center mission is "to educate the public, especially young people, about the importance of agriculture in our society and to promote the heritage of farming and ranching in Texas."
Beautiful, original art for your home and office.
Located in a Classic Revival, two story house built in 1908, this museum features artifacts and local archives of Smithville history. Tours of museum, downtown or residential historic districts available anytime, but arrangements must be made prior to your visit
The focus of this unique museum is a display of over 70 beautiful furniture items handmade by German cabinet makers in Texas during the mid-19th century. The museum is dedicated to depicting the community's heritage, the style of early life, and the history of handmade furniture created by area cabinetmakers.
New Braunfels' archives and museum of history, the Sophienburg is dedicated to preserving the history of the settlement of New Braunfels by "the Society for the Protection of German Emigrants to Texas" in 1844-1847 and the eventual development of this city and area of Texas through numerous artifacts and displays. The archives contain thousands of personal and public documents that interpret the written history of the area.
Located in the historic John Cornelson House which was built about 1850, this museum is dedicated to preserving and collecting materials, artifacts, and documents relating to the pioneer days of Bastrop.
Dedicated to preserving and collecting historic railroad artifacts, the New Braunfels Railroad Museum's interesting displays include a steam locomotive engine, an operating model train layout, and a historic caboose. This museum is open Thursday through Monday from 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Special exhibits from artists around the world are held monthly at this gallery that also features original watercolors, oils, sculptures, and paintings by local and regional artists. A variety of art classes and workshops are also available.
Owned by the New Braunfels Conservation Society, this historic home includes a 1900s barbershop and a museum which features an array of items such as handcarved miniature circus animals, pictures made from rocks, dolls from around the world, and handmade jewelry.