At this Fredericksburg TX bed and breakfast, you’ll be able to “get away from it all” while being close enough to it all. Shopping. Entertainment. Art. All within reach.
The only professionally cast live music rock'n roll show in the Texas Hill Country that guarantees family-friendly entertainment! For showtimes an tickets visit www.rockboxtheater.com.
About 20 minutes North of Fredericksburg is Enchanted Rock. This huge, pink granite boulder rises 425 feet above ground, 1825 feet above sea level, covers 640 acres and may be one of the best hikes you've had in a while. It is one of the largest batholiths (underground rock formation uncovered by erosion) in the United States. Tonkawa Indians believed ghost fires flickered at the top, and they heard weird creaking and groaning, which geologists now say resulted from the rock's heating by day and contracting in the cool night. Visitors can enjoy primitive backpacking, camping, hiking, technical and rock climbing, picnicking, geological study, bird watching, and star gazing (minimal light pollution). For more information, click here ›››
You'll find 200 acres of wildflowers in various stages of development on this farm. Springtime visitors will likely see Texas bluebonnets, red corn poppies, phlox, and a gorgeous array of other spring flowers. Summer visitors will enjoy cosmos, sunflowers, zinnias and other warm weather bloomers. In the fall, the fields are planted for the following year's color, but the nursery is well stocked with a variety of choices for fall planting and colorful pumpkins adorn the grounds around their Market Center which is brimming with delightful gifts for home and garden. And don’t forget to browse the incredible selection of wildflower seeds as well as our seven regional mixes for anywhere in the U.S. For more info click here ›››
Open year-round from sunrise to sunset for general use. Bat viewing nightly May-October. The trail to the lower viewing area is closed each evening. Monday through Wednesday evenings the trail and lower viewing area are not open to the public. On Thursday through Sunday evenings, the trail will only be open to those visitors who pay admission to view the bats at the lower viewing area. For the most up-to-date bat emergence information, call the toll-free information line at 1-866-978-2287. For more information click here ›››
Texas Wine Tours
Texas Wine Tours is the premiere way to visit Texas Wineries and enjoy Texas Wines in style and luxury! Visit Hill Country Wineries in a limousine coach with the luxury of a limousine. Custom tours can be arranged with two weeks notice and can include a pickup right here at the Cotton Gin Village! For more information click here ›››
LBJ National & State Park
Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site is in Gillespie County, between Fredericksburg and Johnson City, and contains 717.9 acres. Visitors can enjoy bus tours throughout the former President's ranch, historical study, picnicking, nature study, fishing, swimming, view Texas Longhorn cattle, browse in the visitor's center and visit Sauer Beckmann Farmstead, an 1800's era working homestead. For more information, click here ›››
National Museum of the Pacific War
The National Museum of the Pacific War is the only institution in the continental United States dedicated exclusively to telling the story of the Pacific Theater battles of World War II. Located on a six-acre site, the Museum includes the George Bush Gallery, Admiral Nimitz Museum, Plaza of Presidents, Memorial Courtyard, Japanese Garden of Peace, Pacific Combat Zone, Nimitz Education and Research Center. For more information click here ›››
Tex-Fest: Oktoberfest, Food & Wine Fest, Night in ole Fredericksburg etc.
Fredericksburg, Texas is home to many, many festivals. Plan your stay around one of them or if you've already booked your travel, see what's happening when you're here. For more information, click here ›››
Lady Bird Golf Course
Practically across the street from the Cotton Gin Village is the Lady Bird Jonson Golf Course. Enjoy a round of golf on this 18-hole, par-72, 6,432-yard championship golf course nestled in the serene beauty of the Texas Hill Country. The course includes practice facilities that feature 20 hitting stations, 2 practice greens, and a practice bunker to help you work out the kinks in those tricky little shots around the green, or those long sand shots that golfing nightmares are made of. For more information, click here ›››
Immerse yourself in the life of Fredericksburg through exploration of historic structures, authentic objects, photographs, and much more. Together, this creates a shared narrative of this community's past. Located on 3 acres of shaded grounds, the museum is landscaped with plants native to the Texas Hill Country. Frequent activities and educational programs enliven the visitor experience for all ages. For more information, click here ›››
First Friday Art Walk
There are several art galleries in Fredericksburg that participate in the First Friday Art Walk. Usually serving wine and hordeurves, galleries stay open late for a fun and relaxing art stroll down and around Main Street. For more information, click here ›››
Rustlin Robs Gourmet Market
If a way to a man's heart is through his stomach, this is the express lane! If you have a tastebud, you will enjoy this Main Street "must see." For more information, click here ›››
Main Street Shopping
One of the biggest reasons (there's many!) that visitors flock to Fredericksburg, is the shopping! We have a charming historic Main St. filled with oodles of shops with everything including fashion, art, toys, home décor, wine tasting, and so much more. If you haven't planned some shopping time on Main St., we highly recommend you fit it in.
Fredericksburg Trade Days
Every 3rd Saturday of every month, you'll find over 6 barns full of 350 vendors selling everything from antiques to homemade jelly. And it's located just east of Fredericksburg on Highway 290. You can even relax in the biergarten while listening to live music. Enjoy over 100 varieties of bier and FREE WiFi. For more information, click here ›››
Just 15 minutes outside of Fredericksburg is a rare piece of Texas history. The little town of Luckenbach -- where "Everybody's Somebody" is one of the oldest settlement's in Gillespie County. Any day of the week you can sit and have a beer in the old general store while listening to pickup music. Or stop by on a weekend and you're sure to find a host of motorcycles and live music in the old fashioned dance hall. For more information, click here ›››