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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
 
Private West End Day Sail from Frederiksted
"Be welcomed aboard Jolly Mon a 63 foot former racing catamaran at the Frederiksted Pier by Captain Michael and First Mate Emily. Help raise the sails as we leave the pier (only if you want to of course!). The destination will depend on what your group wants and on the weather; your group will be the only guests aboard so you choose! You may select to sail for an hour or two along the Frederiksted coastline before dropping anchor in the the crystal clear waters.  Depart the cat by easily accessible stairs and snorkel play and swim. If you snorkel your tour guide will be Emily a marine biologist
From $75.00
 
Half-Day Tortola Rum Tasting and Snorkel Tour
"Have fun exploring Tortola a British Virgin Island stretching 14 miles (23 km) long. On this 4-hour rum tasting and snorkel tour depart from the ferry dock and drive along Ridge Road which overlooks the northern side of Tortola. Your guide will stop to let you observe the gorgeous panoramic views of the islands and the Caribbean Sea before heading to Cane Garden Bay for a rum tasting.Enjoy an exquisite rum tasting at the Callwood is home to ancient stone and brick architecture. After a few tastings continue to Smuggler’s Cove Beach where you’ll enjoy a snorkel adventure in the pristine blue Caribbean waters. Explore the underwater world and see tropical marine life before relaxing on the picturesque white-sand beach."
From $105.00

More Things to Do in New Braunfels

Frontier Life in New Braunfels

Since we're recent transplants from New Jersey, we're eager to learn all about our new state! The early years of Texas have always seemed so wild and different to us living on the East coast.The...
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VeronicaG
Jan 15, 2007

Natural Bridge Caverns

We had a great day at the caverns. Be preapred to wait for a tour, but they do keep it moving. Wear comfortable walking shoes, because there is a bit of walking for this tour.The Natural Bridge...
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KiKitC
Sep 10, 2005

New Braunfels is a great,...

New Braunfels is a great, small town to walk around in. But, you must go to the town of Gruene (pronounced 'GREEN') Wonderful little town for walking tours including Gruene Hall.. the oldest dancehall...
Randyo2
Oct 04, 2002

McKenna Children's Museum

Especially now that I have a growing grandson, I pay close attention to museums aimed at kids. The McKenna Children's Museum houses a variety of multi-media displays to stimulate young minds while...
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Basaic
Jul 13, 2013

New Braunfels Railroad Museum

The New Braunfels Railroad Museum is located in the old 1907 International & Great Northern Railroad Depot. It houses an interesting assortment of railroad memorabilia, equipment and railroad...
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Basaic
Jul 13, 2013

New Braunfels Fire Museum

The New Braunfels Fire Museum is located in the old 1918 fire station and houses an interesting assortment of old fire engines and other equipment. You can arrange a free tour at the fire station next...
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Basaic
Jul 13, 2013
 
 
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Buckhorn Barber Museum

The Wagenfuehr Home is one of the properties owned by the New Braunfels Conservation Society. The home is open for tours as is the Buckhorn Barber Museum which still operates as a barbershop. Inside...
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Jul 13, 2013

New Braunfels Academy

The New Braunfels Academy was incorporated in 1858 and was the first tax-supported school in Texas; a full 18 years before the Texas Constitution provided for taxation for educational purposes. Photo...
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Jul 17, 2013

Hermann Seele Mural

Hermann Seele was what is referred to as a "Renaissance Man" a man with a variety of interests and talents. He arrived in Galveston, Texas from the Hildesheim/Hannover area of Germany in 181843 and...
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Basaic
Jul 17, 2013

Conservation Plaza

New Braunfels has a very interesting, impressive collection of old historical buildings from the town and the county collected together in one location called the Conservation Plaza. Conservation...
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Basaic
Jul 18, 2013

Baetge House

This nice 2-story home is a fine example of what is called the "Fachwerk" type of home, built in 1852 by German engineer Carl Friedrich Baetge on the Guadalupe River. Baetge built the first railroad...
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Basaic
Jul 18, 2013

Other Houses

There are several other early pioneer homes with period furniture on display like: The Jahn House from 1855; the Lohse Fischer House from 1865; Martha's Vineyard House; Moehrig Blank House from 1855;...
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Basaic
Jul 18, 2013

Barns

New Braunfels had an agricultural and ranching base during its early history, so there are a few different types of barns on display like the Welsch Family barn from 1849. The barns have different...
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Basaic
Jul 18, 2013

Pioneer Businesses

Conservation Plaza also has a number of businesses from the early, pioneer days of New Braunfels on display complete with the appropriate equipment like: The Jahn Cabinet Shop from 1885; the Forke...
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Basaic
Jul 18, 2013

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