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“much-loved symbol of our German heritage”
The Vereins Kirche, an extension of the Pioneer Museum, was built soon after the arrival of the first German settlers, and stands as a tribute to the courage and vision of Fredericksburg’s founders. It was the first public building in the town, and served as a town hall, school, fort, and a church for all denominations. This is also the original site of the Pioneer Museum. The original building was demolished in 1896, but local citizens long dreamed of rebuilding it - a dream that came true in 1935 when a gala celebration was held to dedicate the new structure as a pioneer memorial. Today, this much-loved symbol of our German heritage is centrally located in the Marktplatz. Inside, exhibits introduce visitors to the stories of Fredericksburg’s past.
Friedricksburg is a town in the middle of Texas that was founded and proudly kept in its "original" German style. Yes, you heard me... once upon a few 100 years ago, some German immigrants,... Read more
This place is too friggin' cute! This is a replica of the actual church that was built back in the day and the elderly couple that helps run the museum are ADORABLE! I think they're married...... Read more
Vereins Kirche Museum
- Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
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