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Tour Your Way Through the Boerne Area This Spring

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If you are more interested in the underground history of the Boerne area and the Texas Hill Country, then a guided cave tour at Cave Without A Name is in order. Located 11 miles northeast of downtown Boerne, the scenic drive to Cave Without A Name is worth your time in the spring. Once you are there, you will be taken on a tour of one of the most beautiful natural, living caverns in Texas. The internal temperature of the cave is a year-round 66 degrees, so when the temps begin to creep up in the Texas Hill Country, you can be sure to stay cool-as-a-cucumber during a guided tour at Cave Without A Name.

Winery and Brewery Tours to Wet Your Whistle

Saint Tryphon
Photo: Visitboerne.org 

If your idea of a relaxing weekend away in the Boerne area includes libations, then you’re in luck indeed! The Boerne area is booming with wineries, breweries, and even distilleries that offer tours and tastings that are sure to please the palate of everyone.

A new winery on the scene in the nearby Sisterdale area is Saint Tryphon Winery. St. Tryphon (pronounced tree-fon) is making a name for themselves with their interesting and authentically Texas-produced vintages. This family-owned and operated winery sits on a 1890s Texas Hill Country homestead and gives visitors a real feeling for what it means to be a truly Texan winery. For tastings, reservations are recommended, so head over to the Saint Tryphon website and begin planning your visit.

In addition to St. Tryphon, the Boerne area is full of interesting wineries and vineyards to tour and visit. Among the most popular are Sister Creek Vineyards, located near Sisterdale, and the Bending Branch Winery, Singing Water Vineyards and Newsom Vineyards, all located in nearby Comfort.