Wine and Brew Tours
ARC's Wine Tours Plus
Come take a journey of wine and country with ARC’s Wine Plus. You will love this fabulously relaxing day of pampering on this Texas Hill Country tour. ARC’s is based in San Antonio but offers its services in Boerne as well!
Boerne Wine Tours
Travel around the hill country with a local as your guide! The luxury SUV seats 11 guests.
Cottonwood Wine Tours
Cottonwood Wine Tours offers daily tours departing from Boerne near the intersection of N. Main Street and N. School Street.
Di Vino Tours
Di Vino Tours takes care of everything so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the experience with your friends and family!
Off the Vine Wine Tours
Wine tasting tours are offered seven days per week to all wineries within the Texas Hill Country. Various packages include both customizable and professionally crafted tours to accommodate all of your needs, including pick-up in Boerne!
Open Range Tours
Open Range Tours is a tour company based in Boerne, Texas. Locally owned and operated, it proudly showcases wineries, breweries, and the beautiful Texas Hill Country scenery. Custom transportation packages are available for special events, weddings, airport connections, and more!
The Shabby Bus specializes in wine tours, hill country tours, private events, group shuttles, and weddings. They are happy to be your designated driver!
Texas Wine Tours
Texas Wine Tours provides wine lovers the opportunity to experience some of the finest wines of Texas by introducing them to the Hill Country Wineries. The tours treat guests to Texas hospitality while traveling in luxurious comfort, intimate surroundings, and safety. They can accommodate groups from 2-100. They are based in Fredericksburg and also serve the Boerne area.
Tours with Pizzazz
Specializing in personalized tours in and around Boerne, the Hill Country, and San Antonio, Tours with Pizzazz's goal is to provide educational, memorable, and fun-filled tours with pizzazz! Learn about Texas history and culture on a coach or on foot, taste local wines, go spelunking in nearby caverns, or go zip lining!
Attractions that Offer Tours
As Boerne's oldest tourist attraction (1932), this historical Texas "Living Cave" offers 3-hour adventure tours through 5 major rooms, including the spectacular Cathedral Room. Enjoy the on-site gift shop, nature trails, pavilion, and picnic tables!
Cave Without A Name
Cave Without a Name is a designated Natural National Landmark. This living cavern hosts six major rooms filled with stalactites, stalagmites, and more amazing formations! Monthly concerts in the cave are held down in the Queen’s Throne Room.
Cibolo Center for Conservation
Open to the public since Earth Day 1990, the 100 acres of Hill Country trails and wilderness provide education, research, entertainment, and outdoor activities for more than 100,000 visitors a year, while promoting sound stewardship of the land, water, and wildlife.
Diamond C Stables and Ranch
Saddle up and take a relaxing ride in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Whether you’ve been riding for years or this is your first time, Diamond C has horses suited to every experience level so you can thoroughly enjoy your trail ride experience!
Guadalupe River State Park
With four miles of river frontage, the Guadalupe River takes center stage at this Texas State Park. On the river, you can swim, fish, tube, and canoe. While on land, you can camp, hike, ride mountain bikes or horses, picnic, geocache, and go bird watching!
Owned and managed by the Cibolo Nature Center, the Herff Homestead is 60 acres of historically significant land that is open to the public for tours on Saturdays (March through October) during the Farmers Market at the Cibolo.
Kuhlmann-King Historical House
On the second Saturday of each month, take a tour of this historic Boerne home that dates back to the 1880s and learn about the German family that once lived there! See the historic kitchen, and don't forget to read the historical marker.
Old Jail Museum
Boerne's newest museum! Get locked up in a historic jail cell and learn all sorts of crazy facts from the past!
Sister Creek Vineyards
Take a self-guided tour of the winemaking process in this restored 1885 cotton gin.
The AgriCultural Museum
Formally known as the Agricultural Heritage Museum, The AgriCultural contains a blacksmith shop, a woodworking shop, a pioneer house, a wagon house, the main museum building, and many outdoor exhibits that showcase antique farm machinery and implements. Take a self-guided tour!