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New Braunfels Historic Outdoor Art Museum

  
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The city of New Braunfels has organized their outdoor murals into a convenient self-tour for visitors to the city. 

The first mural on the tour is titled Spass and Gemutlichkeit, worked on by Brent McCarthy and is located on the side of Friesenhaus Restaurant known as Krause Strasse in the 100 block of Castell Avenue. The following mural is entitled The City of a Prince by Clinton Baermann and Cassandra Mourfield.  It is about one block from the Main Plaza.The third mural on the list is the Lindheimer mural, named for the Father of Texas Botany and is found at 165 South Seguin Avenue on the side of the Hoffmann Building. It was done by San Antonio mural artist Alex Brochon. The penultimate mural on the list is the Lure of the Springs, created by the combined efforts of Cassandra Mourfield and Clinton Baermann and can be seen on Landa Park Drive in Landa Park on the side of the Landa Recreation Building. Finally, the tour ends with the Fenster ins Wurstfest by Brent McCarthy, a local artist. The final mural is a commemorative one, celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Wurstfest. Altogether viewing these murals make a for picture perfect afternoon.

Type of place: Museum
Location: New Braunfels, TX, USA
Street address: P.O. Box 311805
Opening hours: n/a
Email: info@nbmurals.org







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