1. Arts
  2. Historic Sites
  3. Museums
  4. Parks
  5. Recreation

Mid-Texas Symphony

100 S. Austin StreetMid-Texas Symphony at Jackson Auditorium Opens in new window
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830-372-8089

With their box office in Downtown Seguin and their major stage at the Jackson Auditorium on the Texas Lutheran University campus, the Mid-Texas Symphony is always ready to leave you speechless with seven concerts per year. 

Palace Theatre

314 S. Austin StreetPalace Theater Exterior Opens in new window
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 379-2428

This Art Deco-style theatre was built in the late forties. Today you can catch unique films on occasion or rent out the facility for your own special event!

Seguin Art League

104 S. Austin StreetSeguin Art League Exterior Opens in new window
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 305-0472

Inspire the artist in you! The Seguin Art League focuses on education, engagement, and inspiration of the arts within the community. Come join in membership or just engage in an art class or event.  Check our website for the details. Love art! Love Seguin!

Teatro de Artes de Juan Seguin

921 New Braunfels StreetTeatro Performers Opens in new window
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (830) 401-0232

The mission of Teatro De Artes De Juan Seguin is to promote a better understanding of the Mexican-American culture through the teaching, study, practice, and performance of the arts. 

Texas Lutheran University Cultural Arts

1000 W. Court StreetTLU Tschoepe Hall Opens in new window
Seguin, TX 78155

Many things go on at TLU, from sports games to educational panels, to music performances, to drama productions, the list goes on and on. Show your support and check out all the events TLU has to offer Seguin!

Texas Theatre

425 N. Austin StreetThe Texas Theatre at night Opens in new window
Seguin, TX 78155
Phone: (930) 372-6168

This small "intimate gem" first opened its doors in 1931 and continues to host plays, screenings, and other events thanks to The Seguin Conservation Society. Live musical concerts and theatre productions come alive in this restored historic theater dating back to Seguin's 1930s oil boom.