Early New Braunfels was home to an astounding 41 Biedermeiertrained furniture makers, a style of meticulous wood craftsmanship. The Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture in Heritage Village showcases their artisanship with fi nely crafted furniture from the 1840s–1880s. Housed in the 1858 Breustedt-Dillen House, key pieces include a Jahn draw table with an all-wood mechanism and a walnut wardrobe by Franz Stautzenberger.
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Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture
Adults: $5, Seniors: $4, AAA Members: $3.50, Children: $2
Hours change seasonly, see website.