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Find a treasure trove of locally made keepsakes! JUN 20 2017

Find a treasure trove of locally made keepsakes!

This time, forgo the snow globes and bring home something authentically Fredericksburg. You can walk into almost any shop and find something made locally. Here are a few ideas to get with your “I (heart) FBG” t-shirt. Locally Created Art: Fredericksburg and Gillespie County has an entire population of local artisans, so just about every […] View Post >
Fredericksburg Ranked #7 in Best Places to Learn About History in the U.S. List JUN 01 2017

Fredericksburg Ranked #7 in Best Places to Learn About History in the U.S. List

Reading about history in a book is one thing. Immersing yourself in the history and heritage of a place is another. With Fredericksburg’s museums and historic sites and strong German heritage that is still present to this day, it’s no surprise that our little town was ranked #7 in LendEDU’s “Best Places to Learn about […] View Post >
7 Go-To Gift Ideas for Father’s Day JUN 01 2017

7 Go-To Gift Ideas for Father’s Day

If you need some gift ideas for those hard-to-shop-for father’s in your life, fret no more. Here are 7 shopping stops to find something special that will make this Father’s Day one to remember: Haberdashery – Don’t let the “women’s boutique” title fool you; Haberdashery also has a fantastic section for men! From comfy Howler clothing […] View Post >
Dance Under the Summer Stars JUN 01 2017

Dance Under the Summer Stars

Historic dance halls are a big part of Texas history and culture. Many a Texan took their first dance steps on wooden floors, polished by generations of scooting boots. The Fredericksburg area is home to two legendary dance halls where you can still pull on your boots and jeans and be carefree, dancing the night away—sometimes […] View Post >
Top 10 reasons to visit the Pacific Combat Zone and see the Living History Reenactments MAY 19 2017

Top 10 reasons to visit the Pacific Combat Zone and see the Living History Reenactments

After an $8 million dollar renovation, the National Museum of the Pacific War unveiled its new Pacific Combat Zone in March of 2017. If you haven’t been yet, make your plans now.  It’s one of the hottest tickets in Fredericksburg. Here’s why: It’s LIVE education: As our World War II veterans age, most young people […] View Post >