Things to Do in Boerne

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1135 FM 3351
Kendalia, TX 78027
  • (210) 863-1100

Kendalia Halle provides a fun and clean environment suitable for the entire family to experience one of the oldest historic dance halls in Texas.

Kendalia Halle usually hosts dances and live music on Saturday evenings once a month. Be sure to check the dances page for upcoming events and bands. At every dance, they provide free BBQ tacos with the normal cost of admission. In addition to the free BBQ, they sell beer, wine, sodas, and bottled water. See dance listings for specific times and cover charge information.

In addition to regularly scheduled dances, Kendalia Halle is also available to host any type of private event. Specifically, the hall is well suited to host weddings, receptions, reunions, and birthday parties. The hall is very spacious and provides a unique and historic atmosphere that cannot be found elsewhere.

Just 30 minutes Northeast of Boerne!

111 Water St.
Boerne, TX 78006
  • (830) 248-1635

Located on the corner of Water Street and Highland Street, this fenced and shaded park is very popular for families with younger children. Kinderpark is perfect for small birthday parties and gatherings.

635 HIghway 46 East
Boerne, TX 78006
  • (830) 336-2043

Currently relocating. Will reopen in 2019!

Friday 5:00-9:00pm / Saturday, Noon-6:00pm

A small, nano-sized brewery with the addition of a tasting room/bottle shop where like-minded beer enthusiasts can relax and sample some of the unique regional beers that they offer. They want nothing more than to have a place in which to promote a convivial atmosphere where people can come together and share their passion for brewing beer.

143 Mark Twain
Boerne, TX 78006
  • (830) 537-3470

Just down the road from the Cave Without a Name, Kreutzberg Canyon Natural Area, contains 1,700 feet of Guadalupe River frontage allowing access for river recreation. There are three observation blinds and six unique wildlife habitats in the 117-acre park; riparian, oak savanna, disturbed woodland/blowdown, open juniper - oak woodland, closed-canopy juniper - oak woodland, and old field. The blinds offer excellent opportunities to observe and photograph birds, butterflies, and wildlife. There are also three miles of multiuse trails for fun, exercise, bird watching, wildlife viewing, fossil study and nature study.

No potable water - Don't forget to bring water for you and your dog. Conventional and ADA accessible latrines provided. Hunting is not permitted. Open dawn - dusk

402 E Blanco Road
Behind City Hall
Boerne, TX 78006
  • (830) 331-1033

Open from 12pm-3pm on second Saturday of each month. Check dates on this website's calendar of events. This house dates back to the 1880s and was built by a German immigrant. See the historic kitchen, tour the home and don't forget to read the Historical marker.