Just look for the water tower to find this former German farming settlement turned ghost town turned artsy, revitalized community listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Head to the Grapevine’s outdoor garden and enjoy a complimentary wine tasting.
Shop for treasures at the Gruene Antique Company, Fickle Pickles Antiques and Pickles and Black Swan Antiques, where you’ll find Old World collectibles shipped directly from Europe.
Prepare to fall in love with The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas - Georgetown.
With its Victorian Downtown Square and majestically restored courthouse that merely hint at the rich past of this county seat.
Home to the Palace Theatre and at the crossroads of the Chisholm and Hill Country Trails, Georgetown is where culture, natural beauty, and history meet in a truly unique setting. Shop, dine, play and stay in a town so charming you might just want to call it home.
Echoing its Germanic roots, Fredericksburg’s restaurants still dish out knockwurst and sauerkraut — and its buildings, many of which are listed with the National Register of Historic Places, still have a Bavarian feel.
Browse artifacts and historic photos from early settlers at the Pioneer Museum.
Taste German reislings, muscats and ports at wineries like Bell Mountain Vineyards, Fredericksburg Winery and Torre di Pietra Winery.
Bring a picnic and hike the rocky pink domes of the Enchanted Rock State Natural Area.
Founded in 1845 by German settlers, the small town is full of historic districts and inviting bodies of water.
Grab your swimsuit and an inner tube and float the Guadalupe River. Try something new and rent an inflatable kayak or book a rafting trip.
Two-step at Texas landmark Gruene Hall, the state's oldest continually running dance hall. George Strait and Lyle Lovett have performed here.
Whip down waterslides and take on The Falls rushing river ride at famed Schlitterbahn Waterpark.