Sebastopol House Historic Site
Seguin was once known as "The Concrete City" for constructing many buildings out of one of the first forms of concrete using limestone. This 1856 Greek Revival mansion is one of the country's best preserved examples of 19th-century experimentation with concrete construction.
Exhibits show the technology used by skilled slaves to build this remarkable house in the years before the Civil War. New exhibits display rare and highly collectable pottery from the Wilson Pottery Foundation. Visit and learn all the rich history.
- Open 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Tour times begin on the hour every hour Thursday - Sunday
- FREE Admission!
- Special group tours are available upon request
Sebastopol House is owned and operated by the City of Seguin. For more information or to set up group tours please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (830) 401-2480.
Interested in having your next special event or wedding at the Sebastopol House? Please contact the Parks Office for more information on reserving the Sebastopol House grounds!
704 Zorn St.