Fredericksburg has a multitude of family-fun adventures. Check out these attractions in the Texas Hill Country, which will entertain the whole family this spring.

  1. Photos at Wildseed Farms - Bring your camera or charge up your phone (and maybe a couple of disposable cameras for the kids) and explore the beautiful blooms out at Wildseed Farms! From bright red poppies to the ever-popular bluebonnet, there are acres of wildflowers and picture-perfect moments.

Insider tip: Remember, it is Mother Nature’s show. Bloom dates will vary – keep an eye on our wildflower page for the latest updates.

2. Teach Them to Two-Step at Luckenbach Texas - Let’s face it, any kid who’s in, from, or visits Texas needs to learn how to Texas Two-Step. Made famous by Waylon, Willie and the Boys, Luckenbach Texas is the perfect spot for the whole family to dance. Enjoy live music 363 days of the year, let the kids play under the old oak trees or dance the night away in the dance hall during weekend shows. 

Insider tip: Catch the daily picker’s circles at 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. beneath the ancient oak trees for some great local tunes.

Luckenbach Texas Picker's Circle under Historic Oak Trees

3. History Lessons… That Are Actually Fun! Fredericksburg is rich with history. Take the kids to the museums and historical spots, such as Pioneer MuseumNational Museum of the Pacific War, Fort Martin ScottTexas Rangers Heritage Center, or the the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park, as well as the Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm at the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site.

Pioneer Museum

Experience the rich German heritage of Gillespie County. This 3.5-acre museum complex contains...

National Museum of the Pacific War

The Admiral Nimitz Gallery, George Bush Gallery of the Pacific War, the Plaza of the Presidents,...

Fort Martin Scott Historic Site

Take a self-guided walk at the site of a pre-Civil War (1848) military outpost to learn about one of...

Texas Rangers Heritage Center at Fort Martin Scott

Located adjacent to Historic Fort Martin Scott, the Texas Rangers Heritage Center includes the...

Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park

LBJ Ranch District The National Park Service operates the LBJ Ranch and offers public access to the...

Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site

The Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site is a historically significant park in the heart...

4. Pick Your Own Strawberries - Pick-your-own produce isn't limited to just summertime peaches. Head to Jenschke Orchards and pick your own sweet, ripe strawberries this spring and show the kiddos where the fruits in the grocery store really come from!

Insider tip: Visit Jenschke Orchards on Facebook or call ahead at 830.997.8422 to check open times and picking conditions. Wear comfy clothes and arrive early – they will close when all the ripe berries have been picked!

5. Explore Enchanted Rock State Natural Area - The huge, pink granite dome is sure to impress both the young and the young at heart. Hike to the summit, go on a geocaching adventure and bring a picnic to enjoy. Designated as an International Dark Sky Park, Enchanted Rock is also perfect for stargazing. You’re sure to get another “wow” out of the kids when they gaze up at the multitude of stars they never even knew were there. Note: trails close 30 minutes after sunset – except the Loop Trail.

Insider Tip: Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is typically sells out of day use passes on weekends and holidays during the spring. As one of Fredericksburg's most popular attractions, advance reservations are required to enter. Browse the Texas Parks & Wildlife Reservation System for the next available time. 

Enchanted Rock

Located in Gillespie & Llano Counties, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is located 18 miles north of Fredericksburg on RR 965. Enchanted Rock State Natural...

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