New Braunfels is a city located in the state of Texas. Its population is about 60,761 as of 2012 census. The word Braunfels signifies brown rock" in German. The citys establishment was done in 1845 by Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels. The city lies over 29.4 square miles of which 29.2 square miles of it is land and what left water.
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The city hosts several events including for example the Wurstfest or what it is referred to as "sausage festival" which is held every year in November and features the German heritage of the city. And in December, another great event takes place; its the Wassailfest. Every year, the city is visited by a great number of tourists because it has a lot of attractions including the cold-spring Rivers that run through the city and different parks that spread all around.
When you are in the city, dont miss the chance of visiting some special places like the Texas Tubes or take some time to visit Canyon Lake which is considered one of the deepest lakes around the state of Texas. Its a preferred place for outdoor activities all along the year. Another place that you need to visit is the Braunfels Square that refers to the main plaza. And there you can see different things including a historical fountain and a great stone courthouse and many other things.
If you think of a cultural experience in the city, you can plan a visit to the Sophienburg or the Brauntex Theatre. If you have kids you can take them to McKenna Children's Museum. And for more outdoor activities, you can some time to visit Spring Loaded Trampoline Park that has over than 15,000 square of trampolines. You can jump, and have fun with your family or with friends. And if you still have some time and need a place to go to, choose the Guadalupe River situated at the bottom of Canyon Lake.