Texas Miniature Museum: “A collection of the diminutive;” Dollhouses and furnishings from 1900 to the present; located across the street from the Hotel: (713) 515-2780.
There are interesting sights in Rocksprings as well as in the surrounding areas:
Down Range Supply: Visit and shop for guns, scopes, ammunition, knives, accessories, predator lights, gun safes, and wildlife feeders; 116 N. Well St.; (409) 790-3720.
Mitchell Arrowhead Museum: Thousands of ancient Indian arrowheads and artifacts. Located in the Rocksprings Home & Ranch Supply; 301 West Main St.
Historic Architecture: Take a walk around the Square and view the Courthouse, ca 1897 and the Jail. The Courthouse has been restored under the auspices of the Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program.
The Three Sisters: Ride a ninety-five mile, two plus hour scenic drive over Texas Hill Country ridges and through valleys; Ranch Roads 335, 336, & 337 provide some of Texas’ best motorcycle and car trips.
Camp Eagle: 1400 acres located on the headwaters of the Nueces River; offers wilderness adventures and extreme sport; hosts largest Mountain Bike Festival in Texas: www.campeagle.org
Devil’s Sinkhole State Natural Area: Bat Tours, Nature Walks, and Birdwatching; largest one-chamber cave in Texas: (830) 683-BATS or www.devilssinkhole.org.
Kickapoo Cavern State Park: Guided flashlight tours of the cavern, by appointment; largest
Speleothem in Texas; Bats; Birds, 240 migrant and resident species; Papershell Pinyon Trees:
(830) 563-2342 or www.tpwd.state.tx.us/park/kickapoo/
an arrowhead exhibit
a dollhouse exhibit