Central Park: Information booth, vendor booths, car show, kids art in the park, entertainment, street dance, hat parade, nutty photo booth and free shuttle stop to other event locations. Heritage Village: pecan tasty treats, gunslingers, and quilt show. Downtown Heritage Museum: Fire prevention and historical exhibition.
Pape's Pecan House
Buy pecan goods, tour the museum to see 8,000 nutcrackers
from all over the world!
5440 S. Hwy 123 Bypass.
Free tours of this 1856 Greek Revival mansion with its mysterious dungeon, the Wilson Pottery Show, vendors, and "There's a Ghost Story Here" historic ghost tours.
Tentative Schedule includes:
Oct 23 – Magnolia Hotel Ghost Tours in the evening.
Oct 24 – 9 a.m. until midnight - Live Bands starting at noon include Tin Roof, Dirty River Dixie Band
and one other band TBD to perform until 7 p.m. in Central Park in the Bandstand
where you’ll also enjoy a Beer & Wine Garden, dancing and food booths.
Also during the day from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. on the downtown square will be Trade Days Market
with 80+ Arts & Crafts Booths, all kinds of Pecan Treats including
HEB Texas Vanilla Seguin Pecan Ice Cream and home-baked pecan goodies, and a Car Show.
A few blocks south at Heritage Village will be the quilt show, pecan baked goods,
a pumpkin decorating contest and gunslingers.
During the day, take free tours of Sebastopol House and Wilson Pottery Museum,
and see the World’s Largest Nutcracker Collection
and an antique fire truck at the Heritage Museum.
The Pecan Pie Contest and Tour de Pecan Bike Ride will take place at Power Plant Texas Grill
on the Guadalupe River where they will also have tubing on the river.
In the evening, take a Ghost Tour or enjoy the Street Dance and Hat Parade
led by area musicians in front of the famous Oak Tavern on River Street, with live band beginning at 8 p.m.
Oct 25 – 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. - Riverside Cemetery Tours with re-enactments of
eight prominent Seguin citizens. Also, the Magnolia Hotel will be hosting an Open House all day.
Once each year, Seguin locals Break out of their shells
and throw one great party.
Visitors to this year's Pecan Fest Heritage Days will be in for a fun-filled family event celebrating area pecan growers and the community's rural heritage. The event takes place at various downtown Seguin venues as well as a few other places around town.
Pecan Fest Heritage Days' purpose is to promote the local economy through tourism and to preserve the community's pecan industry and rich rural heritage. Proceeds from the event benefit a wide variety of community projects.
For Vendor Information, contact Christy at (830) 401-2475
Trade Days Information Booth at the corner of Donegan and Austin Streets
Tourist Information Center, 116 N. Camp St., Seguin, TX 78155. Call 800-580-7322 or visitseguin.com