Planning a trip to Fredericksburg? Things may look a little different than you’re used to, so here are some suggestions to make it a great visit to the Texas Hill Country.
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First, reserve your spot at one of Fredericksburg's great places to stay. The fall months and holiday season are popular times to visit Fredericksburg, so to make sure you get your first choice on lodging book early.
At this time, Fredericksburg restaurants are operating at a limited capacity. If you’re planning to eat at your favorite Fredericksburg restaurant, make sure to call ahead and make reservations.
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 pre-booked tours, which sell out quickly. In general, for anything around town - if it’s a can’t miss – book ahead.
Enchanted Rock is one of the most popular outdoor attractions in Texas – so it’s no surprise that park passes are sold out days in advance. Check the number of reservations available here or take a leisurely walk at one of these other great outdoor parks in Fredericksburg.
The Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site is a historically significant park in the heart...
Cross Mountain Park is located on a historic hill with an elevation of 1,951 feet featuring...
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 a visit to Fredericksburg in 2020. Please be sure to abide by CDC recommendations and practice social distancing. We want to keep Fredericksburg a safe & wonderful place to visit. Masks are required when social distancing is not possible.
Still have a few specific questions? The Fredericksburg Visitor Information Center has reopened. You can also visit with a Fredericksburg travel counselors by calling (830) 997-6523, emailing them or messaging them on Facebook.
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