Located 2 blocks past intersection of Bus. Hwy 183 and Hwy 90A. The Pioneer Village Living History Center is a non-profit corporation dedicated to preserving our past by saving our historic buildings and poineer way of life. From an 1830s single room log cabin to an 1870s cypress sided Church, the Village will provide a unique experience in learning about Texas History. This is a collection of eight restored buildings and a working Blacksmith Shop and Broom Factory which allows you to walk through the pages of history and relive the daily life of the people who shaped the Texas we know today.
Other History nearby:
(New Braunfels) Alamo Classic Car Museum
(San Marcos) Aquarena Springs
(Flatonia) Arnim and Lane Mercantile
(San Marcos) Belvin Street Historic District
(Lockhart) Caldwell County Jail Museum
(Floresville) Canary Islands Cemetery
03/21 Coming to The Gonzales area
Old Settlers Music Festival Driftwood TX April18-21 Central Texas' signature music event featuring Grammy-winning Americana, arts and craft, camping, food, and libations.
Austin Yoga Conference Austin TX May11-12 Mehtab, Kyra Haglund, Charlotte Matsumura, and Gioconda are among the master yoga teachers who will appear at the Austin Yoga Conference.
Cactus Pear Music Festival San Antonio TX July5-15 A classical music festival inspired by the cactus pear margarita.
Houston Hot Sauce Festival Houston TX September21-22 The Houston Hot Sauce Festival, conducted in September, showcases everything from sauce, salsa and spices to jams, jellies and pickles. The festival also features cooking demonstrations and on stage entertainment.
Texas Renaissance Festival Plantersville TX October12-December1 Men and women decked out in the latest in 16th century Renaissance garb, jousting, juggling, dancing and feasting at the King's banquet hall.