Explore the astounding display at one of the most significant archaeological sites in North America, the White Shaman Preserve, located on the Pecos River near the Seminole Canyon State Historical Park. Through a special tour offered by the Witte Museum, you can step back in time and discover incredible artwork from thousands of years ago!
This one-of-a-kind guided tour gives guests access to the Rock Art Foundation White Shaman Preserve, as well as numerous additional prehistoric and historic sites throughout the Lower Pecos region of West Texas. Come experience and investigate the rock art, lifeways, and stories of the people who lived in one of the best-preserved and most significant archaeological regions of the world. For millennia, these resourceful people left intriguing art narratives in limestone rock shelters, as well as artifacts that attest to stunningly efficient ways of hunting animals and gathering plants for food in what is now Texas.
The White Shaman Preserve boasts one of the most remarkably well-kept prehistoric visual narratives dating back thousands of years, and the Witte Museum’s Tour Guide Team will take guests to see the preserve in all of its splendor. There’s nothing else quite like this educational and fascinating adventure, so be sure to sign up for a tour and see one of the most complex rock art sites in the world!
Although we provide the utmost luxury at Oxford at Estonia Apartments in San Antonio, Texas, we realize that you need to get out and socialize with those in your surrounding community.
Saturday, February 10, 2018—12:30 PM
Event Venue Location:
Witte Museum Rock Art Foundation (White Shaman Preserve)
42535 West U.S. Highway 90
Comstock, Texas 78837