Take the adventure with Prince Carl and his gathering of German settlers as they cross the sea and advance into focal Texas. Appreciate their mettle and assurance to set up another province at the edge of Indian Territory. Displays, wealthy in nearby ancient rarities, photographic pictures, maps and reports, take guests through the history and social legacy of New Braunfels and Comal County. The Sophienburg Museum offers open addresses, school projects and network occasions that advance the zone's one of a kind history.
While we are frequently called "The German Museum of New Braunfels," the Sophienburg Museum and Archives is far beyond that. We are the door to the German people group in the Texas Hill Country and we recount to the entire story of New Braunfels. We begin with its establishing in 1845 by German foreigners—solid, glad, accomplished individuals who attempted to build up a flourishing network—and report its development into the city you see prospering today. Many have added to our 174-year history, and we recount to their accounts, as well.
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401 W Coll St, New Braunfels, TX 78130, USA
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