Boerne History Day is almost here! In its commitment to promoting, preserving, and keeping alive Boerne’s rich past, six outstanding historical sites come together to present the very first Boerne History Day.
For a $15 fee, visitors will tour six separate historical venues: The Agricultural Heritage Museum (how early rural life was lived in the Texas hill country); The Henry J. Graham Building (a typical business building from the 1800’s); The Kendall County Historic Jail Museum (a walk inside the old Kendall County Jail to experience justice from an earlier era); The Kuhlmann-King Historic House (an early rubble stone two-story home completely furnished with period pieces); The Pioneer Kitchen (an early kitchen built outside the home with an extensive array of implements from the 19th and early 20th centuries); and The Theis Family Home (a remarkable example of how an early pioneer built a home from willow branches, cedar posts, dirt, clay, and animal dung.
Visit all six sites in one day on Saturday, May 26, 2018 from 10 to 4. A ticket good at all six sites will be sold cash only on a first-come, first-serve basis beginning at 9:00 am on May 26 (1) on Historic Hill at the Kuhlmann-King House, behind Boerne City Hall at 402 E Blanco Rd. and (2) at the Kendall County Historic Jail Museum, 208 E San Antonio Ave. Entry fee is $15 per person. Colored balloons and numbered signs will be at each location to help guide visitors.
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