Welcome to the Agricultural Heritage Museum!
Entry to the Agricultural Heritage Museum in Boerne, Texas.

 

All About the Agricultural Heritage Museum
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About Us
The Agricultural Heritage Museum is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 Organization. All donations are tax deductible.
The Agricultural Heritage Museum: Located in Boerne City Park on over five acres. It includes a blacksmith shop, woodworking shop, pioneer house, wagon house, main museum building and many outdoor exhibits showcase antique farm machinery and implements. Blacksmiths work on Saturdays and demonstrate.
Artifacts Collections: Antique farm machinery and tools include a thresher machine, combines, wagons, corn shellers, fruit juicers, plows, binders, and much, much more.
Governance: Operated by volunteers and a board of Directors. Director meetings are held at 10 am on the second Saturday of the odd months in the Pioneer House. All meetings are open to the public.
Our Mission: Our mission is to educate visitors about the agricultural and rural life of the Texas Hill Country through the collection and preservation of artifacts and sharing of stories that represent our rich and diverse history.
Educational Programs: Educational tours for groups are available by appointment.
   
Ag Museum Supporters
The Ag Museum mission is to educate visitors about the agricultural and rural life of the Texas Hill Country through the collection and preservation of artifacts and sharing of stories that represent our rich and diverse history.
The Agricultural Heritage Museum is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 organization.
Click Here for a Ag Museum Brochure regarding supporting agricultural history through the museum.
   
Visiting the Ag Museum, the Walking Tour
Visit the Ag Museum and learn all about the rural lifestyle from years gone by.
Antique farm machinery and tools include a thresher machine, combines, wagons, corn shellers, fruit juicers, plows, binders and much, much more!
Click Here and get a "Walking Tour" brochure from the Ag Museum.
   
The Boerne White Sox, 1860 Vintage Base Ball
A Program of the Agricultural Heritage Museum!
Be sure to visit the Boerne White Sox 1860 Viintage Base Ball website (Click Here). Get the schedule, field locations and a lot more. Below is just a hint of what it's all about! Click Here to read the White Sox brochure!
Players do not wear gloves or other protective equipment. A batted ball is determined fair or foul by where it first hits the ground. Players will not over-run first base or they may be tagged out. Only the umpire is allowed to carry a flask.
The striker is out if a ball, whether fair or foul, is caught, either before touching the ground, or upon the first bounce. The Umpire may levy fines on the spot for ungentlemanly conduct such as arguing, swearing or spitting. (Fines range from 25 shillings to 1 dollar.)
The Umpire does not call balls, and may call strikes, if he thinks the striker at the line is intentionally delaying the game. The Umpire may ask the players and spectators for assistance in making calls.
The ball features one-piece hand stitched of either white or tan leather. No person engaged in a match, either as umpire, scorer, or player, shall be, either directly or indirectly, interested in any bet upon the game.
Vintage Base Ball showcases historical recreation between merchants and farmers from 1860 - 1915. Our uniforms resemble the original Boerne White Sox team that played at the turn of the century.
  Be sure a visit the White Sox website, get the brochure and above all, have some fun and attend a few games!
   
Click to visit Circle H Signs and Banners, a Ag Museum Partner!Click to visit the Frost Bank, a Ag Museum Partner!Click to visit the HEB website, a Ag Museum Partner!Click to visit the Hungry Horse Restaurant website, a Ag Museum Partner!Click to visit the Kendall County Abstract Company website, a Ag Museum Partner!Click to visit the Lindner Feed & Milling website, a Ag Museum Partner!Click to visit the My Parking Sign website, a Ag Museum Partner!
 P.O. Box 1076
102 City Park Road
Boerne, TX. 78006 U.S.A.
Agricultural Heritage Museum Hours: Saturdays, 10 am to 4 pm and by appointment
Admission: $5.00; Free for kids 12 and under!
Closed December and January
 
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