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New Braunfels Conservation Plaza


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New Braunfels Conservation Plaza Since its inception in June of 1964, the New Braunfels Conservation Society has worked to preserve the priceless buildings and artifacts of our distint heritage. The non-profit organization is open to all who are interested in preserving the natural beauty of our community and its proud ancestry.

The Conservation Society properties include structures located at the Conservation Plaza site including the Rose Conservatory & the Star Exchange, the Jahn Cabinet Shop & Jahn House, The Moehrig-Blank Ranch Home & Music Studio and many more.


Hours: Tues-Fri 10am - 2:30pm Sat - Sun 2pm-5pm
Address: 1300 Church Hill Drive
Phone: 830-629-2943
Our Email: nbcs@axs4u.net
Our Website:www.nbconservation.org

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New Braunfels Conservation Plaza

Since its inception in June of 1964, the New Braunfels Conservation Society has worked to preserve the priceless buildings and artifacts of our distint heritage. The non-profit organization is open to all who are interested in preserving the natural beauty of our community and its proud ancestry.

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