Originally founded in 1838 not long after the Texas Revolution, Seguin is a town with a richly layered history and modern presence. It is difficult to pass through this remarkable city without noticing the incredible landscape that surrounds it. It was the live oak trees and the flow of the water from Walnut Springs that initially encouraged frontier rangers to live by the Guadalupe River.
The town was named Seguin for the honorable Colonel Juan Seguin, a Tejano who fought beside Anglo settlers against Mexican dictator Santa Anna. Come experience the stories of Seguin and leave with a few stories of your own.