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“Located in New Braunfels, TX, McKenna Children’s Museum is a learning environment that is bursting with fun. See, touch, smell and taste in an atmosphere specially designed to build healthy young minds and wholesome bodies. Learn lots. Laugh out loud. And let their imagination do the rest Discover a world of art and creativity, science and technology, culture, health and history. Welcome to the McKenna Children’s Museum, a collection of educational exhibits designed to stimulate learning and encourage imagination. McKenna developed this unique and magical hands-on environment to provide the tools that help nurture your child’s overall well-being. Children explore in a safe and secure space while parents share the magic of learning. Exhibits include areas of science and technology, healthy eating habits, art and culture, gardening, and so much more. We can even host and create the perfect theme for your child’s birthday party. There’s no better place than the McKenna Children’s Museum to let imaginations run wild. ”
  • 6 locals recommend
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“Take the journey with Prince Carl and his group of German colonists as they cross the ocean and make their way into central Texas. Admire their courage and determination to establish a new colony at the edge of Indian Territory. Exhibits, rich in local artifacts, photographic images, maps and documents, take visitors through the history and cultural heritage of New Braunfels and Comal County. The Sophienburg Museum offers public lectures, school programs and community events that promote the area’s unique history. SophieNBurg.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“Discovered this little gem taking some kids on a field trip. Was surprised at how much I enjoyed it! You can tour a locomotive (the engine) , dining car, caboose and more! The depot houses a museum of train memorabilia and a really large model train setup. Amazingly, there is no charge for admission!”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“Beautiful 3 acre sight with fully restored buildings of early New Braunfels. Call 629-2943 for times.”
  • 1 local recommends