Mission and Vision
The mission of The AgriCultural Museum and Arts Center is to foster the creation and appreciation of the fine arts, and heritage of the Texas Hill Country, through educational and diverse programs.
We are open on Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm. Our mission is to preserve the past for future generations. We focus on the Heritage, Arts, Music, Recreation, Science, Food, and what it means to live in an Agrarian world in the modern age. Come join us and be a part of the future to protect our past in Boerne, Kendall County Texas. Live Blacksmithing demonstrations every Saturday. Special events throughout the year include cook-offs, antique tractor pulls, art shows, educational lectures, and more.
Bluegrass Jams every 2nd and 4th Saturday from 11:00 am–1:00 pm
This event is free to the public.
Formerly known as the Agricultural Heritage Museum, The AgriCultural contains a Blacksmith shop, woodworking shop, pioneer house, wagon house, the main museum building, and many outdoor exhibits that showcase antique farm machinery and implements. Take a self-guided tour!
Regularly scheduled events include Blue Grass Jams, monthly HandCrafted Market, art workshops, Antique Tractor Pulls, the annual pumpkin patch, and more.
The AgriCultural is a perfect location for a casual wedding that is close to downtown Boerne with a rustic flair. The woodshop turns into a bar for a special event. If you need a location to host a meeting of 10 – 50 people, consider the Pioneer House. With heating and air conditioning in the main room and two large open porches on each side, your group can be accommodated. The large red barn can easily seat up to 200 people for an event. Also, a hayride pulled by a vintage tractor can be made available for your event for an additional fee!
Open Saturday 10:00a – 4:00p
102 City Park Rd, Boerne TX 78006