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New Braunfels Attractions & Things To Do

WorldMark New Braunfels Outdoor Pool Situated between Austin and San Antonio, New Braunfels is a vibrant Hill Country destination. Everyone from family vacationers to couples seeking a romantic getaway will find the area abuzz with attractions and outdoor activities. Discover two rivers where you can engage in fishing, whitewater rafting, swimming, tubing and scuba diving. There are also several golf courses, antique shops, caverns and a water park to check out. And, you can learn about The Lone Star State history in one of the many museums.
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Explore this great town, full of German heritage, sitting half-way between Austin and San Antonio. While many are drawn to the town's water park, others know that the Bandit Golf Club, a gorgeous course located along the banks of the Guadalupe River, is the best place to spend a sunny Texas day.   
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New Braunfels, TX
Dry Comal Creek VineyardsDry Comal Creek Vineyards
Wine aficionados and novices alike will find a lot to like at Dry Comal Creek Vineyards, which opened its doors in 1998. Owners Franklin and Bonnie Houser faced a few setbacks, including two devastating floods and a vine disease that wiped out their grapes. They came back stronger a few years later with the disease-resistant Black Spanish grape and became the first vintners in Texas to produce Black Spanish wine.
1741 Herbelin Road,
New Braunfels, TX

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Gruene HallGruene Hall
Fans of great music will adore this attraction. It was constructed in 1878, making it the Lone Star State's oldest continually running dance hall. A multitude of very talented musicians and songwriters got their start here, such as George Strait, Jerry Jeff Walker and Lyle Lovett. Past performers who have graced Gruene Hall's storied stage include Asleep at the Wheel, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Brewer & Shipley.
1281 Gruene Road,
New Braunfels, TX

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Gruene Historic DistrictGruene Historic District
German farmers made their way to Texas in the middle of the 19th century. One of them was Ernst Gruene who, along with his wife Antoinette, bought land outside of New Braunfels in the area that eventually became the town named for them. He built a home there and years later his son built one, which is now Gruene Mansion Inn.
1281 Gruene Road,
New Braunfels, TX

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Landa ParkLanda Park
There is no shortage of things to do in this park. A host of picturesque trails are perfect for walking and jogging. Picnic tables underneath the shady oak trees are the ideal lunchtime spot. Paddle boat rides on Landa Lake are the way to go for those seeking a view of Comal Springs. What's more, you can explore the William and Dolores Schumann Arboretum and play a round of miniature golf.
424 South Castell Avenue,
New Braunfels, TX

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