Its a southern tradition to slip on your boots and hit a Texas size dance floor. This historic and beloved dance hall is now on the market! With a 7,000 square foot century old wooden dance floor, boots can scoot all night long. The Swiss Alp Dance Hall is located right off of Highway 77 in Schulenburg, Texas about half way between Houston and San Antonio and only an hour from Austin, in beautiful Fayette County.
The dance hall was built in the early 1900s. In 1933 Henry Tietjen purchased the land that the hall sits on and he expanded the dance floor, opening up one of the most cherished dance halls in the state of Texas. For decades the hall was a celebrated place for locals and travelers alike to cut a rug. The dance hall is responsible for bringing many couples together as well as helping form numerous lasting friendships. Locals say, "When you meet someone at Swiss Alp, it's for life." The hall has served as a venue for countless weddings and special events. With its large dance floor, high ceilings and rustic style tin roof the dance hall has a way of bringing people back to a simpler time. To this day, youth from all over still flock to the hall on Wednesday evenings in the summertime to enjoy a night of music and dancing.
Are you someone with an entrepreneurial soul and a thirst for Texas History? This historic dance hall is looking for a new owner who can keep its tradition alive and preserve all of the memories that have been made there over the last century. Put on your boots and come visit the Swiss Alp Dance Hall to see if you will be the one to continue Texas History.
From Schulenburg take US HWY 77 north 4 miles toward La Grange.
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