Visit Fredericksburg, Texas

Accolades

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Other:

  • “Head to Fredericksburg, one of the Lone Star State’s most charming towns and the Hill Country’s unofficial capital of food and wine.”  Wine Spectator Magazine
  • “A museum of this quality, and importance, needs to be seen by many more.”  The Wall Street Journal on the National Museum of the Pacific War
  • USA Today lists the Texas Hill Country in “10 Great Places for Local Wines” and says, “With all  the attention, the town of Fredericksburg has become a mini-Napa with fine restaurants, shopping and bed-and-breakfasts.”
  • The New York Times listed the Texas Hill Country as the top place to go for the summer of 2008.
  • The readers of Southern Living in 2009 ranked Fredericksburg as one of the top three best small towns in the South.
  • Named by author Patricia Schultz in her popular book entitled 1,000 Places to See Before You Die.
  • Gillespie County was named one of the “top ten best places to live in rural America” by Progressive Farmer Magazine.
  • Fredericksburg’s Oktoberfest was named one of the “12 Travel Highlights for 2009” by msn.com.