402 E. Florence St.
Castroville, TX 78009
Landmark Inn tells the story of migration, industry, and preservation in Texas on the banks of the Medina River in the historic town of Castroville, known as "The Little Alsace of Texas." The site is a unique part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Area. Castroville, planned in 1844 as an exurb of San Antonio, is just one day’s wagon ride west (today just 25 minutes by car).
World War I and World War II in Castroville
Join us to learn about the impact World War I and World War II had on Castroville as a town, and how it changed the Landmark Inn.
Landmark Inn Nature Walk
Join us for a Nature Walk around the Landmark Inn grounds to learn more about the area and Landmark Inn as a whole.
Women of Landmark Inn Webinar
Join us for a look into the Women of Landmark Inn and the impact they had on Landmark and the town of Castroville. Spanning from 1840 to 1970.
From the Blog
Enjoying history together is great family time. When your dad is a historian, though, sometimes you can’t help but be involved in history.
Daniel Grabitske is the 9-year old son of David Grabitske, site manager of our Landmark Inn State Historic Site in Castroville.
Daniel asked if he could lead tours of the site. Every historic site needs volunteers in all kinds of capacities...
It’s always a good time to visit a state historic site, but Texas anglers have a special reason to get hooked on history. Several of the Texas Historical Commission’s state historic sites offer amazing fishing opportunities year-round. State fishing rules apply at all sites.Confederate Reunion Grounds
1738 FM 2705, Mexia, TX 76667
Mexia’s Confederate Reunion Grounds...
By Brandon Aniol, Landmark Inn State Historic Site Educator
Pumpkin pie is perhaps the best pie you’ve never actually made. With Christmas rapidly approaching, Landmark Inn State Historic Site in Castroville has the solution for you. Through May 2017, Landmark Inn’s open-hearth historic cooking classes will explore how common dishes were prepared over an open-hearth fire 150 years...