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Natural Bridge Caverns Underground Walking Tour
"Everything is bigger in Texas including the caverns. See the Natural Bridge Caverns the largest of its kind in the Lone Star State near San Antonio on a guided walking tour. An experienced and informative guide leads your group through this National Natural Landmark revealing the science and history behind the magical underground rock formations along the way. The 75-minute tour takes visitors 180 feet (55 m) underground to discover cavernous hallways and rooms highlighted by otherworldly stone structures th you’ll see “fried-egg” speleothems that seem to drip from the ceiling.After the subterranean tour partake in some of the above-ground activities (own expense) on the grounds. Soar above Texas Hill Country on one of two ziplines; race through the AMAZEn’ Ranch Roundup; or test your stamina on a circuit of ropes
From $21.00
 
San Antonio Explorer Pass
"This is flexible and affordable sightseeing at its finest! Valid for 30 days from the first day of first use the San Antonio Explorer Pass lets you customize your itinerary and discover key San Antonio sights at your own pace. Your San Antonio Explorer Pass comes with an included guidebook to choose the three or five activities that interest you most! The pass and many featured attractions include skip-the-line entry. The guidebook you'll receive details attraction descriptions hours of operation directions and maps. Once you've chosen your three or five attractions access to them is easy — simply swipe your pass at designated ticketing areas and enjoy!  See below Itinerary for a full list of included attractions and tours including additional savings."
From $89.00
 
Grand Turk Rum Train
"All aboard the “rum train!”  After being greeted by your guide and provided with safety information and a tour briefing you will depart from the resort adjacent to the Grand Turk Cruise Center. Enjoy a souvenir cup filled with rum punch. Along the way to historic Cockburn Town the guide will provide geographical and historical information regarding the Turks and Caicos Islands. You will pass by the John Glen capsule stop by the “Salt House” and learn a bit about Grand Turk's culture and salt-raking past. The tour continues along historic Duke Street then on to Front Street. You will enjoy a short walking tour which includes a visit to a local market before you re-bo where you will participate in a rum tasting. Then re-board the train and make your way to the favorite local watering hole – “Jack’s Shack.” Upon arrival your cup will be topped off with a rum beverage from the bar. You will have enough time here for lively conversation and a chance to try Jack’s jerk chicken specialty (additional charge). After Jack’s Shack
From $49.00

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Downtown Antique Mall

As we were familiarizing ourselves with New Braunfels, I spied the Downtown Antique Mall on San Antonio street. It looked like just the place to find what I was looking for...vintage pieces.Roaming...
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The Red Rooster Antique Company

As we walked further along San Antonio Street, we came across The Red Rooster Antique Company. It carried the usual pieces you might expect, plus some interesting vintage items. This old cupboard...
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Gruene

One of the best things to see around here, and the most fun I had in town, is Gruene Hall which was established in 1878 and is the oldest continually operating dancehall in Texas. Country music...
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Guadalupe River

River Sports Tube Rentals - I will NEVER use this tubing service again. A recent trip cost us $75 for 4 of us, and 2 in the group had their own personal tubes. We were charged a "personal equipment...
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Downtown New Braunfels

If you are walking around downtown, you should be able to spot many large murals on the sides of the buildings. They mostly have a historical theme, such as the Hermann Seele Mural. Some are larger...
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Sophienburg Museum

Sophienburg Museum is located on historic Sophienburg Hill and houses artifacts and displays showing how New Braunfels blended German, Hispanic, Native American and other ethnic groups into the "City...
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Son's Island

Son’s Island at Lake Placid is a beautiful, three and a half acre island on Lake Placid located only minutes from downtown New Braunfels! You access this private hideaway by driving across a 100’...
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Landa Park

This is a wonderful area for recreation in the town. We were visiting and looking for something to do while our son was at work. They have swimming pools, mini golf, miniature train that takes you on...
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