"Buy Two - Send one - Keep one. Entrance to Longhorn Cavern, located in the Longhorn Cavern State Park near Marble Falls, Texas, in the beautiful hill and lake country of Central Texas." Card No. DB-319, 14731.
"Administration Building, Longhorn Cavern, Texas State Park, Burnet, Texas." Post Card No. 7B-H1114, ca. 1950.
"The tribe had 'pow-wows' . . . in this 183'-long counsel room as evidenced by a wall of Indian writing. Later, Confederate gun powder was manufactured here. Another unusual, legendary point of interest in Texas Longhorn Cavern. In the heart of Texas' Highland Lakes playground. Texas Longhorn Cavern, Longhorn Cavern State Park, Burnet, Texas."
"With breathtaking marble galleries. Nature has defied man-made beauty to compete! This dazzling 'Hall of Marble' is an unusual, legendary point of interest in Texas Longhorn Cavern."
"Showing its fantastic age . . . is this 'Rock of a Million Layers.' Each layer represents an age in the formation of the world. One of many unusual, legendary points of interest in Texas Longhorn Cavern."
Walk into a hideaway . . . through 'the Sam Bass Entrance.' The notorious outlaw frequently hid in the Cavern after raids on the countryside. One of many scenic points of interest in Texas Longhorn Cavern."
Copyright 2000-2007, Texas Water Towers Dot Com. All Rights Reserved.