In Fredericksburg this Memorial Day Weekend? Things may look a little different than you’re used to, so here are some tips to make it a great weekend in the Texas Hill Country.

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One thing that has not changed is that Gillespie County peaches are still delicious. And roadside stands and orchards are now offering the sweet summertime fruit, along with lots of other local produce.

Family picking peaches at Jenschke Orchard in Fredericksburg, TX

Pick your own peaches - It’s one thing to dig into a basket of juicy, sweet Fredericksburg peaches, but picking...

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Pick your own peaches - It’s one thing to dig into a basket of juicy, sweet Fredericksburg peaches, but picking...

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Many wine tasting rooms, local shops, restaurants, and attractions in the Fredericksburg area are reopening based on the most recent guidelines provided by the Governor. 

The 150 shops, boutiques, and art galleries along Main Street are fully stocked with all of your Fredericksburg favorites – from clothing to locally-made specialty foods, to local art and more.

At this time, most Fredericksburg restaurants are open at 50% capacity. If you’re planning to eat at your favorite Fredericksburg restaurant, make sure to call ahead and make reservations.

People eating dinner at August E's restaurant in Fredericksburg, TX

With award-winning Texas Wine Country vino in Fredericksburg comes great restaurants. From Texas Hill Country cuisine at...

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With award-winning Texas Wine Country vino in Fredericksburg comes great restaurants. From Texas Hill Country cuisine at...

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Similar to restaurants, enjoying Texas Wine at Fredericksburg wine tasting rooms is a bit different this Memorial Day weekend. Be sure to plan ahead – call your favorite winery or wine tasting room to confirm they are open and determine if you need reservations for your tasting. You can also turn to the pros and book a tour with one of Fredericksburg's experienced wine tour companies.

Wineries

The Texas Hill Country is home to over 50 wineries and vineyards and Fredericksburg is the epicenter of Texas Wine Country. There are more than 40 wineries and...

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The National Museum of the Pacific War is one of the most popular attractions in Fredericksburg, so be sure to plan ahead and book your tour. At this time the National Museum of the Pacific War is only hosting a limited number of guided tours, which will likely sell out. If it’s a can’t miss – book ahead. However, the museum has taken its Memorial Day program virtual. 

Enchanted Rock is one of the most popular outdoor attractions in Texas – so it’s no surprise that park passes are sold out for Memorial Day weekend. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones that snagged a pass to Enchanted Rock, take a leisurely walk at one of these great outdoor parks in Fredericksburg.

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...

Cross Mountain Park

Cross Mountain Park is located on a historic hill with an elevation of 1,951 feet featuring...

Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park

The 10 plus acres of natural landscape can be enjoyed from a one-mile walking trail along Live Oak...

Live music is back too – with local artists playing at numerous local restaurants, bars, and wine tasting rooms.

We hope these helpful tips will help you navigate this Memorial Day Weekend in Fredericksburg. Please be sure to abide by CDC recommendations and practice social distancing. We want to keep Fredericksburg a safe & wonderful place to visit.

If you can't make it to Fredericksburg on this Memorial Day Weekend, click below to plan a future trip to town. 

Family stopping to see the sites during their bike ride in Fredericksburg, TX

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