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Central Park on the Square

An art-deco 1930s fountain, a bronze statue of Juan Seguin, an old-fashion bandstand, granite historical markers, and Victorian gas lamps ornament the sqaure. Read More
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Court House Square

A Texas-sized Pecan stands on the old Courthouse grounds honoring the sizable crops of pecans that make Guadalupe County one of the nation's leading producers. Read More
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Heritage Village

Heritage Village features five of the first buildings in Seguin: Los Noglas, Dietz Doll House, Texas' Oldest Protestant Church, Campbell-Hoerman Log Cabin, and Calaboose. Check the site for history and come out for a tour! Read More
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Magnolia Hotel

Onsce featured on "Texas Most Endagered Places" list by Texas Preservation and destine for demolition, the Magnolia Hotel has now been rescued by owners Jim and Erin Ghedi. The building was the original Stagecoach Route for the City. Read More
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Old Stagecoach Route

On the outside of trveling gypsy antique mall off of W Donegan St. sit this beautiful panoramic mural. Old Stagecoach Route mural was created by Brent McCarthy where he recreates the early pioneers and landmarks along the 1800s stagecoach route. Read More
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PePe Pecan House and Nutcracker Museum

Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, group tours available
One of the world's largest collection of nutcrackers with 8,000+ in many shapes and sizes. Nuts, gifts, and souvenirs!
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Sebastopol House Historic Site

Open Thurs- Sun, with free tours at 9,10,11,1,2, and 3. A Greek Revial mansion built in 1856 by skilled slaves, Sabastopol is one of the finest surviving 19th-century limecrete buildings in America. Wilson Pottery collection is also on display. Read More
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Seguin Heritage Museum

Tues-Fri 10am- 3pm
Filled with rich displays of multi-ethnic heritage and contributions throughout the centeries of Seguin and Guadalupe County, a collection of Native American artifacts and photographic records of days gone by.
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Texas Agricultural Education and Heritage Center

A working farm complete with antique equipment and buildings. Home of the World's Largest Pecan and the new Pecan Museum. Check the website for upcoming Events! Read More
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The Moore House

This home is currently privatly owned with a historic marker outside. A Queen Anne home built by one of Teddy Roosevelt's hunting partners in the same style as Roosevelt's famous estate, Sagamore Hill.  Read More
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The Power Plant Texas Grill

Built in the 1890s to power a cotton mill and latter used to power the City, the plant overlooks the Guadalupe River and is now a destination resturant. Read More
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The Stephan and Mary Birch Texas Theatre

Live musical concerts and theatre productions come alive in this restored historical theater dating back to Seguin's 1930s oil boom. Read More
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Wilson Pottery Museum

Within the Sebastopol House
Exhibits of historic pottery, rare artifacts and memorabilia from one of the first businesses in Texas operated by freed slaves.
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