Historical Markers in
Comal County, Texas

Adam Becker Homestead Agricultural Society of Fischer Anhalt Halle and the Germania Farmer Verein Arnold-Rauch-Brandt Homestead August and Karoline Tolle House Bevenroth, Heinrich, Home (Early Settler's Home) Breustedt House Breustedt Kitchen Carl Heinrich Guenther Carolina Schwab Grave Site Church Hill School Building Comal Community Comal County Comal County Courthouse Comal County Fair Comal County, C.S.A. Cypress Bend Park Dr. Theodore Koester Home Eiband and Fischer General Mercantile Emmie Seele Faust Memorial Library Erhardt Neuse House Ernst and Antoinette Gruene House Esser's Crossing at Wesson Faust Hotel Faust Street Bridge Ferdinand J. Lindheimer First Patented Wire Fence First Protestant Church First United Methodist Church Fischer Cemetery Fischer Homestead Fischer House Fischer Store German Pioneers in Texas Gruene Gruene Cotton Gin Gruene Mansion Gruene's Hall H. D. Gruene Mercantile Haag Cemetery Heimer Cemetery Heinrich Mordhorst Herman and Ada Knibbe Home Hermann Jonas Homestead Hermann Seele Hinmann House Home of Ferdinand Lindheimer Home of Ferdinand Lindheimer Home of George Wilkins Kendall Homesite of Johann and Gertruda Walzem International & Great Northern Railroad in New Braunfels Jacobs Creek School Teacherage Johann Michael Jahn John F. Torrey, Site of Early Mill and Factory Joseph Klein House Joseph Scheel House Junction of Two Important Rivers, the Guadalupe and the Comal Kneupper Chapel Koch Cemetery Landa Park Louis Henne Co. Main Plaza Bandstand Meriwether Milling Mill Street Telegraph Station Mission Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe Mission Valley School Natural Bridge Caverns Near River Crossing Used by New Braunfels' First Settlers New Braunfels New Braunfels New Braunfels 1918 Fire Station New Braunfels Academy New Braunfels Cemetery New Braunfels Post Office New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein New Braunfels Woolen Mill New Braunfels: County Seat of Comal County Old Carl W. Groos Home Old Krause Building Old Lex Homestead Old New Braunfels High School Old Schmidt Home Old Scholl House Original Gruene Mercantile Original Site of Mountain Valley School Pantermuel House Phoenix Saloon Plumeyer Bakery Building Posey Cemetery Richard E. and Ella Sodke Kloepper House Riley's Tavern Sattler Sattler Family Cemetery Sattler Post Office Schoenthal School Site of New Braunfels Academy Site of Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe Mission - Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission Site of Old Schmitz Hotel Slumber Falls Camp Smithson Valley Cemetery Sophienburg Hill Specht's Crossing Spring Branch Post Office St. Joseph's Cemetery Startzville Community Stephen Klein Home Texas Germans in the Civil War The Church of Saints Peter and Paul The Eggeling Hotel The Grotto, Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church The Hofheinz House The Moeller House The New Braunfels Herald The Voigt House The Wilhelm Weidner Homestead Ullrich Home Waisenhaus (Orphanage) Walzem Chapel Weidner, Wilhelm, Cemetery West End Park and Dance Hall Windwehen Home Wurstfest Zions Kirche
The Alamo, a mission in San Antonio, is perhaps the most famous historical site in Texas. It was the site of a key battle during the Texas Revolution in 1836.
~ Texas random facts