New Braunfels Walk – 04/28/2018

Our walking event started at the old Church Hill School, built in 1870, but is now a museum. It is across the street from the New Braunfels Conservation Society’s Old Town. Old Town is an outdoor museum that consists of a 3.5-acre plaza with 18 historic buildings. We walked through the grounds.

Entrance to the start area with a historical marker.

Walkers gathered on the front porch of the old school registering.


Spiva-Welsch Barn-1849. This building became part of the museum complex in 1972.

Forke Store-1865

Star Exchange and Billiard Room-1865. It was built as a saloon. In 1872, the Herald Zeitung newspaper took up residence until 1957, when it became a barber shop.

In the center is the Freiheit School – 1881. On the right  is the Lohse-Fischer House 1865. On the left is the Locksted-Seibold House – 1855.

Vine covered pergola.

On the walk route.

The walk was an out and back.  Carlen is headed back in.

Susan and Q-Tip

More walkers going the other direction.

Blooming cactus

Baptist Church

We’re back at the finish.

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I am an avid Volksmarcher. I belong to Texas County Walkers in Mesquite.
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