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Los Nogales Museum

415 S. Austin Street, Seguin, TX 78156
+1 830-379-3257
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WOW!

When I walked into Los Nogales, my group and I didn't expect to see so much history. The house told... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2016
Carla L
,
Vicksburg, Mississippi
Closed, but interesting enough from the outside

Sunday afternoon, and all was closed. But, it was still pretty darn cool from the outside. Just... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2015
P5_Crazy_Train
,
G-Patch, Texas
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20 Apr 2016
“WOW!”
5 Oct 2015
“Closed, but interesting enough from the outside ”
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415 S. Austin Street, Seguin, TX 78156
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+1 830-379-3257
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Reviewed 20 April 2016

When I walked into Los Nogales, my group and I didn't expect to see so much history. The house told a story and it was moving. I, under no circumstances, am not a huge history person, but I learned so much during my visit. Make...More

Thank Carla L
Reviewed 5 October 2015 via mobile

Sunday afternoon, and all was closed. But, it was still pretty darn cool from the outside. Just because we couldn't see the inside of all the historical buildings didn't take away from the fact that they were interesting and definitely worth a quick stop. Each...More

Thank P5_Crazy_Train
Reviewed 6 April 2015

What a wonderful restoration of this early building. It fun to stop by for a visit and think back on the old days. Great for the kids.

Thank Walker S
Reviewed 7 April 2013

Built in 1849 for a German immigrant, using adobe, which was unknown in Germany, of course. The adobe bricks were made from caliche (a kind of gravelly clay deposit) that was dug out to create a basement for the structure constructed above it. For many...More

3  Thank Wilton W
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