Facilities Rentals

For a memorable event of “historic” proportions, reserve our one-of-a-kind venue!

Whether it’s a party, reunion, retreat, conference, or wedding, we promise to make it special. We offer reasonable rates and have several facilities that will fit your occasion.

Conservation Plaza

Gazebo2-200x300The Rose Garden and Gazebo will make any celebration special, whether a party, reunion, reception, or wedding.

• Covered pavilion
• Live arbor
• Colorful antique roses
• Bride’s Room
• Groom’s Room
• Gazebo
• Accent lights
• Many photo settings
• Accommodate up to 100

For information and Terms & Conditions, call: (830) 832-9699


Forke Store

ForkeStoreExterior-300x206Originally a store and mercantile built with German fachwerk construction, the building has been moved and updated to accommodate meetings, reunions, showers, birthday parties, and weddings. Includes central A/C and heat, modern kitchen, and modern restrooms. One wall is set up as the original store to remind visitors of the building’s history.

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• Modern amenities
• Meeting facilities
• Accommodate up to 100

For information, rates, and Terms & Conditions, call: (830) 832-9699


Gerlich-Wagenfuehr Bed and Breakfast

Gerlich-Wagenfuehr HausFor a memorable getaway, stay in our Gerlich-Wagenfuehr Bed and Breakfast in downtown New Braunfels. This 1858 home has been restored to give you modern comfort while retaining its historic character. The layout offers a large living room, dining room, sitting room, bedroom, and bath. Appliances include a microwave, small refrigerator, coffee pot, and a TV/VCR. Guests enjoy a continental breakfast or vouchers for local restaurants. Accommodates up to 4 guests! >> read more

For information, rates, and Terms & Conditions, call: (830) 832-9699


Buckhorn Barbershop and Museum

Buck Horn BarbershopFor a real brush with history, stop in for a “shave and a haircut” (and shoulder massage) at the Buckhorn Barbershop and Museum! The Buckhorn Barbershop is a functioning barbershop, with a 1900s feel and collector’s dream museum with literally hundreds of hand-carved miniature circus figures and pictures made of lapidary stones.

521 West San Antonio Street

Hours: Open weekends during the year, and daily (except for Wednesdays) from mid-May until the end of August, all from 2pm to 5pm.

For information call: 830-629-2943