Landmark Inn State Historic Site

Landmark Inn's exterior and historical marker. The period kitchen. Visitors walk around the mill. A historic room in the bed-and-breakfast.

402 E. Florence St.
Castroville, TX 78009
GPS: N29° 21' 18.3" W98° 52' 28.7"
830-931-2133
landmark-inn@thc.texas.gov

 

Driving map to Landmark Inn.

Located on the banks of the Medina River and nestled in the historic Main Street town of Castroville, Landmark Inn tells the story of Alsatian settlement and early commerce in Texas. The 1850s inn, store, and mill provided services to travelers and the community into the 20th century. Quaint rooms at the on-site bed-and-breakfast provide comfortable historic lodging against a backdrop of red oaks, serene gardens, and the lazy Medina River. Day visitors enjoy tours of the site and recreational opportunities about Texas history.

Upcoming Events

April 29

Landmark Inn Exhibit Grand Opening

Join us for the grand opening ceremony of Landmark Inn’s new permanent exhibit. Discover how the site transformed from a small roadside tavern into a prominent hotel, store, and industrial complex. Explore many of the artifacts excavated onsite...

April 29

The Landmark Inn Players presents scenes from Spoon River Anthology

Join us for the inaugural performance of The Landmark Inn Players as they present scenes from Edgar Lee Master’s historical collection Spoon River Anthology.  The show will be performed outside at sunset, next to the gristmill along the Medina...

May 19

2nd Annual Ruth Lawler Lecture on Historic Preservation

Siblings Ruth and Jordan Lawler were champions of historic preservation. After purchasing the site in 1925, the Lawlers began renovating the property, reopening the site as a bed-and-breakfast in 1942. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the...

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