Keller ISD Natatorium

The Keller Natatorium, open since 2003, features a 186ft long by 75ft wide pool. 25 lanes (short course) and 8 lanes (long course) Pool has two moveable bulkheads allowing for multiple competition courses. Diving facilities include three 1-meter and two 3-meter springboards.

There is always something going on at the Natatorium. Club Swim and Dive practice, High School Swim and Dive practices, Swim & Dive Meets, Triathlons, Water Aerobics, Lifeguard Certification, Learn to Swim Lessons, Learn to Dive Lessons, Waterproof Kids Safety School Fieldtrips, Private Swim Lessons, Adult Lap Swim, or fun Family Swim..

Photo Credit: Sarah Hoover Photography

The Keller Pointe

The Keller Pointe is a premier fitness, sports, aquatics, and events facility located in the heart of Keller TX, offering year-round activities promoting wellbeing. This is the destination for Keller's recreation and fun!

Camps are available for the summer and during school vacations. There is also indoor and outdoor pool facilities you can enjoy year-round or for a memorable birthday event. There is something for all ages to enjoy.

The Wild Rose Heritage Center

The Wild Rose Heritage Center is a free museum located in Old Town Keller. Here you can learn about the history of the founding families and community members of our town.

This is also the home of the Texas Harvest Pie Company that is a small family-run bakery.

Catherine Anne's Book Store

Catherine Anne's Books and Research Center (128 E Bates Street). Catherine Anne's is a cozy book store featuring a large selection of books, old and new. Housed in the book store is a large collection of photos and documents from early Keller, including genealogies and Keller family stories. All proceeds from book sales and from research services benefit the Foundation.

The Station Train Museum

The Station House Train Museum/Old Fashioned Textile Room/ Old Time School Room are housed at 136 E Bates Street.

The Station House celebrates Keller's railroad history. It houses an impressive display of train artifacts and an amazing model railroad display.

The Old Fashioned Textile Room has a display of all kinds of textiles. There is a World War II-era floor loom and a Civil War-era sewing machine.

Step back in time to the Old Time School Room, with a chalkboard from one of Keller's early schools. here

Old Town Keller

Old Town Keller is the city’s original downtown. It is made up of eclectic shops, restaurants, and wineries that are the perfect daytime visit or evening out. The businesses and city host numerous events throughout the year. Be on the lookout for more businesses that will be joining this beautiful area. It is a great place to visit!