If you haven’t heard, the Boerne Visitors Center has seen a lot of change in the last year, so we have a lot to report. Moving into our new and permanent location at 282 N. Main Street has brought many exciting adventures already, and we look forward to sharing the Boerne experience with you!
One of the things we have really been looking forward to in our new space is displaying one of the Art Al Fresco public art sculptures. The piece currently featured here at the Visitors Center is titled “Tanzanian Torpedo”! The artist, Sun McColgin of Austin, TX, uses inspiration from the seemingly indestructible elements all around us to “celebrate the passage of time and lost memories and the promise and beauty of what will be shaped by the unseen forces of the future.” Make this sculpture one of many as you meander through town to see them all!
Next to new art, the parking lot in back of the Visitors Center has been laid complete with landscaping, lighting and boasts 89 freshly painted spaces. Stop in to see us and get a whiff of that “new building smell” before venturing out our doors to stroll along the historic Hill Country Mile!
Written by: Erika Yount, Boerne Convention and Visitors Bureau Admin