Night in Old Fredericksburg is turning 50 this year - don't miss its golden birthday to be celebrated July 19-20! Complete with children’s entertainment, German and Texas music, domino tournament, arts and crafts plus plenty of great food and drinks.
Plan for your Fourth of July in Fredericksburg. See our list of patriotic activities, including parades, flyovers, concerts, festivals and fireworks.
Inwood Estates Winery & Bistro has opened its tasting room at 10303 East Hwy. 290 in Fredericksburg. The bistro portion will open in two weeks. For more information, call (830) 997-2304.
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Maibaums (Maypoles) are erected in Bavarian villages for festivals and are later used as frameworks for symbols of the villages’ histories or points of interest. The Fredericksburg Maibaum was erected in 1991 to symbolize the history of Fredericksburg, which was founded in May 1846. The bottom symbols portray the March 2, 1847 peace negotiations between [...] Learn More >
Fredericksburg, with its rich history of German heritage, is a delicious destination. The small town nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country is known far and wide for its distinctive German flavor – and that certainly includes much of its food. One of the most noteworthy and lasting contributions of the early German [...] Learn More >
One of the newest attractions along the bustling Fredericksburg Wine Road 290, which stretches from just east of Johnson City to just west of Fredericksburg in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, is 4.0 Cellars. The tasting room is a collaboration of three popular Texas wineries – Brennan Vineyards, McPherson Cellars, and Lost Oak [...] Learn More >
Following a nine-month, nearly $2 million renovation, the Lady Bird Johnson Golf Course reopened September 28. Course improvements and renovations at the 18-hole, par 71, 6,686-yard course includes a new staging area for tournaments, online tee-time booking, re-contoured fairways with industry standard 419 Bermuda, industry-leading Champion Ultra Dwarf on the greens, new golf carts, concrete cart [...] Learn More >
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Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler! Louisiana-styled music and food sponsored by the Fredericksburg Jaycees. Crawfish, jambalaya, boudin plus red beans and rice, and of course, some Texas favorites, too. Great Cajun and Country/Western music all day every day featuring Jake Hooker and The Outsiders on Friday night and The Bart Crow Band on Saturday night. Gumbo [...]MAY 24 2013
Happy Birthday Luckenbach! Bring a chair, bring your dogs, bring your family. Come celebrate with Luckenbach! Clay McClinton provides the Rockin’ blues entertainment for the afternoon, no cover. There will be cupcakes and cold beer.MAY 25 2013
History comes to life with a World War II battle re-enactment including uniformed actors, guns, tanks and a flamethrower! Three performances on Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 am, 1 pm and 3:30 pm. At the Pacific Combat Zone of the National Museum of the Pacific War. $7.50 adults; $5 students; under 6 free. Online reservations [...]MAY 25 2013
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The Texas Hill Country is fast becoming Texas Wine Country, and Fredericksburg is in the heart of it along Wine Road 290. Fredericksburg Wine Road 290 is a group of a dozen wineries located along or near a 45-mile stretch of US Hwy 290 that runs from just east of Johnson City to about 15 [...]
Just for Women: Texas Flower Country Women’s 5K/10K Run at Wildseed Farms Saturday Run through blossoming fields of flowers and head to the finish line for a champagne brunch at the Texas Flower Country Women’s 5K/10K Run on Saturday, May 11, at Wildseed Farms. The race will take place from 8:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. [...]
Here in Fredericksburg, we have a way of making history fascinating and fun. Of course, every day we celebrate our German heritage in Fredericksburg. But some days, we make an extra point of visitors celebrating it too. Founders Day is one of those days. Fredericksburg was founded on May 8, 1846. Since the mid-1950s, the [...]