Real Tours

You don't come to Seguin for the latest restaurant concept or even the hottest fashion. You come for what we've got: real, authentic experiences. From the state's oldest licensed bar to one of the world's largest nutcracker collections, from an 1850s concrete house to the latest in amusement parks - you'll find that each has its own fascinating and indisputable authenticity. 

  1. Historic Seguin Tour

As one of the oldest towns in Texas, Seguin is full of interesting historic sites to visit and learn more about Texas history. 

Sebastopol House Historic SiteHistoric Seguin Tour (PDF)

This 1856 Greek Revival mansion is one of the country's best-preserved examples of 19th-century "limecrete construction. Wilson Pottery exhibits are featured throughout the museum. FREE Admission!

704 Zorn Street
Hours: Thursday-Sunday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tours begin on the hour, every hour.

Heritage VillageTexas' Oldest Protestant Church at Heritage Village.

Managed by the Seguin Conservation Society, Heritage Village features five of the first buildings in Seguin: Los Nogales, Dietz Doll House, Texas' Oldest Protestant Church, Campbell-Hoerman Log Cabin, and the Calaboose.

415 South River Street
The property is open to the public daily.
Tours of the buildings are available by appointment (830) 401-5000. 

Heritage MuseumHeritage Museum Exterior

Filled with rich displays of multi-ethnic heritage and contributions throughout the centuries of Seguin and Guadalupe County, this museum features a collection of Native American artifacts and photographic records of days gone by.

114 North River Street
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Riverside CemeteryView of Riverside Cemetery

The historic Riverside Cemetery was the first cemetery in Seguin. The cemetery is full of historic burials of early Seguin and Guadalupe County pioneers. 

201 East Klein Street
Open to the public daily.

  1. Brewery, Winery, & Distillery Tour
  1. Outdoor Adventure Tour
  1. Unique Seguin Tour