Stanzel Model Aircraft Museum is off I-10 exit 674, then 2 mi. s. on US 77 to 311 Baumgarten St. Schulenburg natives Victor and Joe Stanzel began building airplane models after Charles Lindbergh's flight across the Atlantic in 1927. The brothers designed the Tiger Shark, the first control-line model airplane kit, and eventually opened a toy company.
The museum houses interactive exhibits and displays; the family farmhouse is open to the public. The Stanzel Brothers Factory Museum displays machinery.