402 E. Florence St.
Castroville, TX 78009
GPS: N29° 21' 18.3" W98° 52' 28.7"
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.
Join us for an evening star-gazing event for the whole family, with high-powered telescopes and campfires for roasting marshmallows and s’mores.
COST: Regular admission charged. $5 adults, $3 youths, children under 5 free.
Discover how 19th century cooks, both European emigrants and Tejanos, constructed and baked in outdoor ovens adobe ovens. Join us for this interactive program as we then enjoy our baked creations in the parlor for lunch!
COST: $10 (...
From the Blog
By Brandon Anioł, Landmark Inn State Historic Site Educator
Castroville’s Landmark Inn State Historic Site is scheduled to re-open on December 5, 2015, and the site is buzzing with excitement as the construction crew moves into the latter stages of the renovations. While the infrastructure of the site is being repaired, Landmark Inn staff is busy working on operational improvements for...
By Chris Floyd, Landmark Inn Site Manager
A major historic preservation and renovation project is underway at Landmark Inn State Historic Site, an 1850s historic property and bed-and-breakfast under the stewardship of the Texas Historical Commission (THC). Among other things, the scope of work includes the restoration of several historic structures, the addition of accessible pathways...
By Debra Ytuarte, Landmark Inn Staff
Pioneer Day at the Landmark Inn went off without a hitch this year. We couldn’t have asked for better weather. The event featured 19th-century-themed exhibits, displays, and demonstrations of pioneer life. Local fourth graders were invited to view the exhibits, and more than 250 students, teachers, and parents attended. Everyone had a...