Winter in New Braunfels
Every year, thousands of visitors flock to this charming oasis located conveniently between San Antonio and Austin in the stunning Texas Hill Country. Unique shops, quiet cafes, and lively bars line our tree-shaded streets, while fascinating museums and unique walking tours help keep New Braunfels' history alive. Our arts scene thrives with galleries, studios, concerts, and plays.
Generations of families and Winter Texans have made it a tradition to enjoy many of New Braunfels' winter events. Thanks to our mild winters, you can sip, shop, relax and listen to good Texas music any time of the year #InNewBraunfels. The Guadalupe River is a lure for avid and amateur fly fishers – New Braunfels is home to Action Angler, the ONLY stream-side fly shop and guide service in Texas. Take a stroll through the New Braunfels Antique Show & Sale, make yourself welcome at the Winter Texan Reception hosted by the New Braunfels Convention & Visitors Bureau, hop on the AT Your Service Tour bus for an informative and fun bus ride around town, or visit the Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture for the Living History Demonstrations. Don't forget to take some time to unwind at one of our top-rated wineries or breweries and catch live music at any of our famed music venues!
Just up the road from downtown New Braunfels, you’ll find historic Gruene (pronounced “Green”), home to the oldest dance hall in Texas! Whether you’re looking to join the festivities, shop, dance, or dine, make New Braunfels your next vacation getaway.
Photo Credit: @odomonthefly Texas Parks & Wildlife has released the 2021-2022 trout stocking schedule. Starting on December 3, 2021 through February, thousands of rainbow trout will be stocked in in New Braunfelsread more