Come home for the holidays to attend the Candlelight Tour at the Pioneer Museum Complex. Bring your family to experience the traditional culture and the German traditions of visiting with family and friends during the twelve days of Christmas.
Fredericksburg will kick-off the Christmas season with a free Yuletide Celebration during the annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony on Friday, November 28, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Marktplatz. Make plans to attend the lighting ceremony and stay for a weekend filled with great shopping, live music, and holiday fun!
For More Information, Contact: Amanda Koone, Communications Manager Fredericksburg Convention & Visitor Bureau 888/997-3600 or [...]
For More Information, Contact: For Immediate Release: Amanda Koone, Communications Manager November 7, 2014 Fredericksburg Convention & Visitor Bureau 888/997-3600 or 830/997-6523 firstname.lastname@example.org 2014 Holiday Festivities in Fredericksburg [...]
Of all the holiday events planned, expect the Gillespie County Historical Society, Pioneer Museum’s 57th Annual Holiday Home Tour to be among the most irresistible. Tour is Saturday, December 6, 2014, from 11:00-5:00 PM. On the following Saturday, Dec. 13, is the museum’s other major holiday event, the Tannenbaum Ball.
For More Information, Contact: For Immediate Release: Amanda Koone, Communications Manager September 22, 2014 Fredericksburg Convention & Visitor [...]
The 2014 Texas Mesquite Arts Festival returns to Fredericksburg, Texas on October 10, 11 and 12. Juried artists from around Texas and beyond will gather in Fredericksburg’s Marktplatz for a three-day celebration of the exquisite and attractive mesquite.
Oompah at its Best, the aroma of sizzling bratwurst, and the cries of prosit once again herald the arrival of Oktoberfest in Fredericksburg, Texas, October 3 - 5, 2014. For three full days, the whole world is invited to sing, toast and dance at one of Fredericksburg’s favorite festivals, in its 34th year of celebrating the spirit of Texas gemütlichkeit!
One of the best ways to learn about Texas food and wine is to immerse oneself in it. That is one of the goals of the annual Fredericksburg Food and Wine Fest, celebrating its 24th Anniversary Saturday, October 25, 2014.
Copper Breaks State Park in the Panhandle Plains and Enchanted Rock State Natural Area in the Hill Country are the first Texas state parks to be designated International Dark Sky Parks by the International Dark-Sky Association. Copper Breaks and Enchanted Rock, which were awarded the highest "Gold-tier" night skies status by IDA, join Big Bend National Park and the City of Dripping Springs as the only locations in Texas to have earned the coveted Dark Sky Places recognition.