The New Braunfels Civic Convention Center is over 50,000 square feet of versatile, modern meeting and event space. The meeting spaces include a column-free exhibit hall, a beautiful ballroom and five flexible conference rooms.
The newly rennovated and expanded New Braunfels Convention Center has spacious meeting areas and state of the art technologies – perfect for Texas sized conventions, corporate meetings, reunions, and more.
New Braunfels is home to the best water park in America, as voted by the Travel Channel for 10 years, Schlitterbahn Water Park and Resort has it’s orginal park in New Braunfels nested along the banks of the crystal clear Comal River. 65 acres of adventure awaits your group and there is fun for every age. We have planty of ways to get wet in New Braunfels; wakeboard without a boat at the Texas Ski Ranch, float the Comal River and the Guadalupe River, take a dip in the largest Spring Fed Pool in Texas and remember you take your own picnic into all of the New Braunfels’ water attractions.
Float back in time and explore the nationally registered historic district of Gruene, Texas. Home to the oldest Dance Hall in Texas – Gruene Hall host daily live music year round, artists like Willie Nelson, Pat Green, Kelly Willis and more perform in this authentic Texas venue. The district provides unique dining, wine tasting, live music and shopping for your group in one convienent area on the banks of the Guadalupe River. Continue your shopping and dining experence in Downtown New Braunfels – home to the oldest harware store in Texas and the oldest German Bakery in Texas. Immerse yourself in our heritage by taking in four outdoor murals and any one of the seven museums in New Braunfels. If art or live performance is more your style let us book a custom class for your group or a private performace at one of our performing arts venues.
New Braunfels is the perfect location to begin your extended Hill Country experience. Beautiful hill country drives meander through the most beautiful part of Texas (yes, we are a little biased) while you stop at our vineyard – Dry Comal Creek or cruise down the Devil’s Bacbone (Purgatory road). Circle back by Canyon Lake and take your time on River Road.