Seguin Travel Guide
Welcome to Seguin, TX!
One of the oldest towns in Texas, Seguin offers a small town feel just 35 mi (56 km) from San Antonio and 15 mi (25 km) from New Braunfels. Named after Colonel Juan N. Seguin, a Tejano patriot, the town honors this soldier with the Seguin Statue, which stands high in Downtown Seguin. Historic attractions are embedded in this town and are exemplified at the Sebastopol House State Historic Site, a unique home built in 1856 from limecrete. Over the years, the Texas Agricultural Education and Heritage Center has been transformed into a tourist attraction, as it interactively promotes the heritage of farming and ranching in Texas. Visitors in Seguin also have the opportunity to engage in numerous activities, such as horseback riding at the Blue Streak Riding Stable and golfing at Max Starcke Park Golf Course. Also on the park grounds is the Seguin Aquatic Center—a popular summertime destination for families that boasts a wave pool.
Located across from City Hall, the Museum highlights the contributions made by German immigrants and other settlers to the area.
Hotels & Motels
Offering easy access to the San Marcos Prime Outlet Shopping, New Braunfels and many local historic sites, the Hampton Inn Seguin is a great place to stay while visiting the area.
Fun for all ages, the Seguin Aquatic Center is found in the Max Starcke Park.