(Formerly The Agricultural Heritage Museum)
is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 organization.
Our mission is to educate visitors about the agricultural and rural life of the Texas Hill Country through the collection and preservation of artifacts and sharing of stories that represent our rich and diverse history.
Come see artists in action as they paint outdoors En Plein Air at the AgriCultural on two days: Thursday September 27, and Friday September 28 from 10am to 5pm each day.
The inaugural Art Along The Cibolo Show and Sale is scheduled for September 29, 2018 along Cibolo Creek between Theissen Street and the Main Street bridge in Boerne. With over 30 artists and artisans from San Antonio and South Texas towns displaying their work along the scenic Hill Country Mile trail system, this proves to be a perfect destination weekend event. Enjoy visiting with the artists and watching as they provide demonstrations of their specialties.
Presented by Boerne Professional Artists and hill Country Council for The Arts, we look forward to seeing you there! The show will open at 10 am and close at 6 pm on Saturday September 29th. Go to www.boerneprofessionalartists.com for more information.
Save the Date for an EPIC Gala Event
The Tractor Ball with Marcia Ball
benefiting The AgriCultural
November 16, 2018
7pm - 10 pm
General Admission Tickets Available.
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
For a limited number of VIP Tables,
Please contact us directly.
From San Antonio:
Take I-10 West to Boerne. Exit Highway 46 (towards New Braunfels) and follow Hwy 46 East to City Park Road.
Turn right onto City Park Road. The Museum entrance is on the right at 102 City Park Road.
Take I-35 South towards New Braunfels. Turn onto Hwy 46 West towards Boerne.
Take a left onto City Park Road. The Museum entrance is on the left just past the Kendall County Fairgrounds.
Museum Open Hours:
Saturdays, 10 am to 4 pm and by appointment Blacksmith Demonstrations Every Saturday
$5.00; Free for kids 12 and under!
Located in Boerne City Park on over five acres,
The AgriCultural includes:
• Blacksmith shop
• Woodworking shop
• Pioneer house
• Wagon house
• Main museum building
• Many outdoor exhibits that showcase antique farm machinery and implements
• Blacksmiths work on Saturdays and demonstrate.
Artifacts Collections include:
A thresher machine, combines, wagons,
corn shellers, fruit juicers, plows, binders,
and much, much more.
Operated by volunteers and a board of Directors.
Educational tours for groups are available by appointment.
Contact Us: Kristy Watson, President
Physical Address: 102 City Park Road, Boerne, Texas 78006
Mailing Address: PO Box 1076, Boerne, Texas 78006
Open Hours: Saturdays 10 am - 4 pm or by appointment