Wine Tours & Things To Do
Texas Wine Tours: 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. Several exciting tours to choose from. Let us do the driving and you enjoy the tastes, sights, sounds and smells of our exciting TX Hill Country!
Eyfells & Eyfells: Johann Eyfells' bold, organic sculpture and Kristin Eyfells' oversized, geometric paintings of celebrity faces -- both strong in impact and beauty. We welcome you to view a lifetime of magnificent artwork created by this husband and wife team.
Artisans at Rocky Hill: The Texas Hill Country's finest collection of local art and craftsmanship, textiles, kinetic art, mosaics, wood furnishings, pottery, bronze sculpture, fused glass, mixed media, lighting, mirrors, jewelry and wood turning. The gallery is able to offer custom furnishings and mantles for your home. Hours are Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 5:30pm and some Sundays 11:00am - 3:00pm.
Agave Gallery: Featuring western bronze sculpture by John Bennett and original paintings by some of Texas' finest artists. Portrait and life-size sculpture by commission.
Enchanted Rock: Enchanted Rock was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1970 and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. The Rock is a huge, pink granite exfoliation dome that rises 425 feet above ground, 1825 feet above sea level, and covers 640 acres. It is one of the largest batholiths (underground rock formation uncovered by erosion) in the United States. Visitors can enjoy primitive backpacking, camping, hiking, rock climbing, picnicking, geological study, bird watching, and star gazing.
Old Tunnel Wildlife Management Area: Local residents report that shortly after the removal of the railroad tracks in 1942, bats moved into the tunnel. In July and August there are over three million Mexican Free-tailed bats (Tadarida brasiliensis) and 1,000-3,000 Cave Myotis (Myotis velifer) in Old Tunnel, viewing platform and hiking trails at the Park, big parking lot, next to the Alamo Springs Café.
Lyndon B Johnson State Historical Park & Ranch: Visit President Johnson’s country home and see the land that influenced his life and Presidency. Open daily 8:45am to 5pm.
Lost Maples State Natural Area: Lost Maples State Natural Area covers 2174.2 scenic acres in Bandera and Real Counties, north of Vanderpool on the Sabinal River. Visitors enjoy picnicking, camping, backpacking, sightseeing, hiking, photography, bird watching, fishing, swimming, and nature study. Open daily.
Restaurants and Fine Dining
Alamo Springs Café: is located next to the Old Tunnel Wildlife Management Area at 107 Alamo Road. Have dinner and watch the bats fly during their seasonal stay! Or, come out for lunch and a delightful scenic drive! Enjoy fantastic food, including fabulous, homemade hamburgers, BLT's, portabella mushroom burgers, New Mexico style green chili burgers, goat cheese w/roasted garlic, handmade fries, onion rings, dinner specials that are out of this world…You can dine inside or out on the deck. Open 7 Days 10 am- 10 pm. Nightly Dinner Specials. Sundays create your own omelet! 11 am-4 pm Music ON Friday nights, call for lineup! Enjoy the music on our covered deck.
Navajo Grille: A unique dining establishments nestled deep in the heart of historic Fredericksburg lies. The unusual blend of Hill Country craftsman style architecture, modern finishes and Southwest-inspired design is only the beginning. Every detail blends to create an unforgettable dining experience. Whether you prefer the more formal dining inside or the casual atmosphere of our rustic limestone patio bar, you'll enjoy Southern cuisine that has been perfected with an Old and New Mexico influence along with combining flavors of the Caribbean and New Orleans.
Cabernet Grill: Escape to the Cotton Gin Village for a unique bed and breakfast experience and to dine in a casual, award-winning Cabernet Grill. We offer a full bar and large wine selection. Menu delicacies include Angus beef, blue crab, shrimp, buffalo, Texas game, decadent cheesecake and chocolate desserts. An update to the Cotton Gin Village this spring is our new patio where we are featuring live music each Friday & Saturday evening from 5:30 to 9:00pm. Texas blues, folk, classical guitar and a bit of jazz, we're mixing it up on a weekly basis. We are serving up cocktails, beer, Texas wine and appetizers so come early for dinner and sit amidst the waterfalls and listen to some great Texas music.
High's Cafe: We are located in the heart of historic downtown Comfort, Texas on High Street - thus the name. High's name is also a play on the all the good things in life, good food, good coffee, good community.
Mamacita’s: Experience the Fiesta! A great Mexican Restaurant in Fredericksburg.
Rathskeller: Basement Bistro Restaurant Experience a delicious and unique menu, and delightful ambiance! 1st Class Menu and Fantastic Peach Bread Pudding. Open 6 days a week, closed Tuesday. Live Music Friday and Saturday nights!
Hill Top Café: Invites you to enjoy the great atmosphere, fabulous blackboard specials, and live blues, jazz and boogie woogie music (on Friday and Saturday nights!)
Hondo's on Main: Live Texas music, friendly people, full bar and food available. Check website for music and special events. Phone: 830-997-1633.
Sophie’s Bakery: Weddings, Special Occasions, and more...
Cathy's Fine Chocolate Founded in 2008, Cathy's kitchen is located in Lakehills, Texas, about 25 miles northwest of San Antonio in the famous Texas Hill Country. Over the last two years she has developed a relationship with several wineries and wine sellers, pairing her chocolate truffles with various Texas wines. You can find her most Saturdays at Pedernales Cellars and on special occasions at Dry Comal Creek Winery in New Braunfels and The Wine Seller in Boerne.
Fredericksburg Pie Company: This wonderful little shop makes homemade pies everyday except Wednesday. You can enjoy a slice in the shop or take a whole pie home to family and friends. Delicious!
Airport Diner: Enjoy the entertaining aircraft as they land and take-off between bites of a delicious "Bomber Burger", Chocolate Malts and Hand Battered Onion Rings. This absolutely beautiful Airport Diner is a "one of a kind" creation.
A Barn at the Quarry B&B: Nestled in a rural pasture surrounded by walking lanes and abundant wildlife is A Barn at the Quarry Bed and Breakfast offering romantic interludes from the demands of your hectic life. Unwind and get reacquainted with your loved one in our romantic Texas Hill Country accommodations. Enjoy the rustic charm of limestone and cedar along with quilts and lavender-scented linens. Read the book you never have time for, watch a romantic movie while savoring a hot drink, or indulge in a soothing warm bath. At A Barn at the Quarry B&B a scrumptious breakfast is placed at your doorstep at 8:00 AM in a wicker basket with juice, fresh baked goods, fruit, and other amenities. Relax in the Hot tub and watch the Deer and other native wildlife in the surrounding fields. Come to A Barn at the Quarry and bring all your friends and family.
A Barn At the Quarry
A Bed & Breakfast with Rustic Charm
154 Deike-Hunter Lane
Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Reservations - 830-308-7212
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dance Halls and Other Unique To-do’s
Luckenbach Dance Hall: Real Texas Legend. Step back in time to Luckenbach Texas made famous by "Willie, Waylon and the boys!" Enjoy Live Music, Cold Beer, the Luckenbach General Store, and check the Calendar for Concerts and special events.
Albert Dance Hall: Albert, Texas, is alive and well and embarks on a new chapter in the history of this little Texas town! The historical hamlet – next to Williams Creek in the rich German farmlands of the Texas Hill Country, 20 miles east of Fredericksburg – has been purchased lock-stock-and-barrel by the native Texan Easley family who are committed to Hill Country traditions. Town manager, Brandon Easley, and the rest of the family aim to care take its 13 acres of grasslands, abundant pecan trees and vast array of wildflowers, but they’re up to lots more!
Theater: "Funtabulous Entertainment" a professional variety
live-music show that guarantees family-friendly entertainment. Weekend
shows. Phone: 866-349-6688.
Wildseed Farms: The nation's largest working wildflower seed farm, where you can purchase wildflower seeds direct from the grower. Large displays of native plants and shops full of garden art. A must see is the Butterfly Haus featuring Texas native butterflies. Open daily 9:30am to 6pm.
Fredericksburg Trade Days: "Experience the excitement of Fredericksburg Trade Days at Sunday Farms in Fredericksburg, Texas. We are near the Pedernales River, wineries, Lavender trails, delicious country peaches, Luckenbach, Enchanted Rock, and hundreds of bed and breakfasts. It's something to crow about!" "Relax in the biergarten while listening to live music. We offer over 100 varieties of bier and Free Wi-Fi."Weekend of 3rd Saturday Every Month Hours: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sunday.
Chocolat: Exquisite and delicious handmade chocolates based on a centuries old European process.
Red: clean. vintage. home - where modern lines and vintage finds bring the best in furniture and home design to Fredericksburg, Texas. A fresh new look with a design team formerly seen at Homestead, on HGTV and Country Living Magazine. Come make our favorite ideas, dearest treasures, and exciting brainstorms your own!
National Museum of the Pacific War: Explore the 6-acre Museum Complex and immerse yourself in Pacific War history, American and Japanese culture of the time, and heartfelt tributes to the heroes of the Pacific Theater.
Pioneer Museum: Experience the rich heritage of Gillespie County. Enjoy thousands of artifacts, native plant gardens, wildflowers and museum store.
Fort Martin Scott: Fort Martin Scott was one of the first frontier military outposts in Texas. On December 5, 1848, a Company of the 1st infantry under the command of Captain Seth Eastman set up camp just east of the settlement of Fredericksburg. The fort provided protection from Indian tribes that inhabited the area. Originally called Camp Sam Houston, and then later “The Camp at Fredericksburg” the outpost was finally named Fort Martin Scott after Lieutenant Colonel Martin Scott.
The Museum of Western Art: The Cowboys, the Native Americans, the Settlers, the Mountain Men and others who tamed the West...share their adventure through the rotating exhibits on display at the Museum of Western Art where the legend of the American West lives on.