Hondo's On Main _ Hondo
Gästehaus Schmidt Reservation Services - CALL 866-427-8374
Crossroads Saloon and Steakhouse
First Friday Art Walk - Fredericksburg, Texas
West End Visitor Center - 325 West Main Street
Altdorf Restaurant
Pioneer Museum Visitor Center - 325 West Main Street
West End Visitor Center - 325 West Main Street
West Main Street Shopping
Welcome to Shopping - on West Main Street. Enjoy a leisurely stroll to Uptown and experience a wonderful combination of Old World Charm and Texas hospitality. Discover a feast of eclectic shops, wine tasting rooms, art galleries, restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries, turn-of-the-century European architecture and picturesque gardens.
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Browse through our list of shops on West Main Street in Fredericksburg, Tx and you are sure to find many wonderful treasures during your adventures in the Texas Hill Country!
Nov 19
21:34

Fredericksburg Texas Online

Make Joyous Family Memories this holiday season in historic Fredericksburg, Texas!


Nov 17
14:29

Fredericksburg Texas Online

The wonderful world of Texas COLOR at Lost Maples State Park!


Nov 17
14:22

Fredericksburg Texas Online

Here comes Hill Country Color! Big as Texas!


Nov 17
13:38

Fredericksburg Texas Online

Now we're talking Autumn COLOR in the Texas Hill Country!


Nov 11
21:47

Fredericksburg Texas Online

Cypress putting on FALL colors... A BIG CHILL is coming! BRRRRRR.... FREEEEZZZZZING! in Fredericksburg, Texas!


Nov 11
21:14

Fredericksburg Texas Online

FREEDOM isn't FREE!
Sincere thanks to all VETERANS and their families on Veterans Day 2014!
"Cherish too, the Poppy red
that grows on fields where valor led,
It seems to signal to the skies
That blood of heroes never dies..."


Nov 11
00:12

Fredericksburg Texas Online

Great Wine without Great Food is Experiencing only half the Pleasure! - Michael Mondavi
Veldhuizen Cheese, Brennan Vineyards


Nov 11
00:03

Fredericksburg Texas Online

"Wine is Sunlight Held Together by Water!" - Galileo


Nov 10
23:34

Fredericksburg Texas Online

An historic changing of the guard at The Benini Galleries and Sculpture Ranch. New owner / "Helmsman", Dr Greg Sullivan, intends to honor the Benini Legacy while expanding the focus of the AMAZING Sculpture Ranch to encompass many other ART forms, including Literature, Poetry, Dance, Music, Painting and of course sculpture! It's an ART center being born... in the Texas Hills!
- Roses by Benini


Nov 8
17:08

Fredericksburg Texas Online

Enjoy your time together! Have FUN! No worries... make reservations for a private WINE TOUR... and Travel in STYLE!


Nov 8
16:59

Fredericksburg Texas Online

Girls just want to have FUN! TASTE Texas with your BEST FRIENDS at Four Point O Wine Cellars!


Nov 5
13:14

Fredericksburg Texas Online

Take a walk on the Wild side! Go out and sow some wildflower seed... for TEXAS summer COLOR!


Smithsonian Magazine's "The 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2013"
"What makes a small town big on culture?"

Smithsonian Magazine searched for "small towns and cities...  with populations of less than 15,000, that have exceptional concentrations of museums, art galleries, orchestras, theaters, historic sites and other cultural blessings". Fredericksburg, Texas, MADE the LIST! Read More at: www.smithsonianmag.com

FIRST FRIDAY ARTWALK
GALLERIES
Bringing Art and Art Lovers together!
Enjoy fine wine from local wineries and the Fredericksburg ART scene!

Find out more >

Texas Hill Country #1
on The New York Times
31 Places to Go This Summer

"Who needs Europe? The Texas Hill Country, west of Austin and north of San Antonio, might be the next best thing to crossing the Atlantic. The region is lush, colorful and, unlike much of the pancake-flat state, dotted with beautiful green hills that are evocative of Tuscany or the south of France. Moreover, the region is speckled with 22 wineries that buzz with food and music festivals year round. And towns like Fredericksburg offer a taste of the Old World, with German-style biergartens and schnitzelhauser. "

The New York Times
Sunday, June 1, 2008

#1 on Away.com's Top 10
"Hidden-Gem"

Wine Regions in the United States Hill Country, TX: Texas Hill Country, north of San Antonio and west of Austin, is one of the nation's fastest growing wine destinations. Boasting 24 wineries  along the Texas Wine Trail, this area is a must-see for its unparalleled wine diversity. Away.com's Top 10 Hidden-Gem Wine Regions In Your Backyard Sep 23, 2010

www.pressroom.orbitz.com

Uncertain about which TEXAS HILL COUNTRY wines to try?
Go for the GOLD!
2013 Houston Rodeo International Wine Competition

Whose bringing the
GOLD

home to the
Texas Hill Country?

PEDERNALES CELLARS

2012 Viognier
TOP TEXAS WINE

MESSINA HOF WINERY
TOP ALL AROUND WINERY


BRENNAN VINEYARDS
4.0 Cellars
2011 New World Rhone-style
White Varietals and Blends
Texas Class Champion
GOLD


BRENNAN VINEYARDS
4.0 Cellars
2011 Viognier
Texas Class Champion
GOLD

DRIFTWOOD ESTATE WINERY
2010 Alamo Red
New World Bordeaux Blend
Class Champion
DOUBLE GOLD

FLAT CREEK ESTATES
2011 Flat Creek Rose
White Zin and Dry Rose
Class Champion
Texas Class Champion
GOLD

GRAPE CREEK VINEYARDS
2011 Cabernet Blanc
White Zin and Sweet Rose
Reserve Class Champion
GOLD

MCPHERSON CELLARS
4.0 Cellars
Tre Colore
New World Sangiovese
and Blends
Reserve Class Champion
Texas Class Champion
DOUBLE GOLD

MCPHERSON CELLARS
4.0 Cellars
2011 Viognier
GOLD

MESSINA HOF
Barrel Reserve Port
Red Port & Port-style wines
Texas Class Champion
GOLD

MESSINA HOF
2010 Private Reserve Merlot
Texas Class Champion
GOLD

PEDERNALES CELLARS
2010 Tempranillo
New World Tempranillo
and Blends
GOLD

PEDERNALES CELLARS
2012 Viognier
Top Texas Wine
Class Champion
Texas Class Champion
DOUBLE GOLD

PERISSOS VINEYARDS
2010 Petite Sirah
Estate Grown - Reserve
Class Champion
Texas Class Champion
GOLD

PERISSOS VINEYARDS
2010 Petite Sirah
Estate Grown
TX Reserve Class Champion
GOLD

WILLIAM CHRIS VINEYARDS
2010 Cabernet Franc
Class Champion
Texas Class Champion
DOUBLE GOLD

WOODROSE WINERY
2009 Tempranillo
New World Tempranillo
and Blends
GOLD

Texas Hill Country
By John Graves and
Wyman Meinzer

Two of Texas' most respected artists join their talents to create an unsurpassed portrait of the Texas Hill Country. "Together, John Graves and Wyman Meinzer once again demonstrate that they  are the foremost artists of the Texas landscape. The portrait they create in images and words is as close as you can come to the heart of the Hill Country without being there."

www.utexas.edu

Stardust Carriage Service
Horse Drawn Carriage Rides for All Occasions!

Create romantic memories with horse-drawn carriage rides through historic Fredericksburg, Texas. Carriage rides are the perfect way to celebrate special occasions!

Call Margaret Creamer for reservations!
830.992.0700

Hill Country Trail Riding
Enjoy the AMAZING and BEAUTIFUL Texas Hill Country on horseback!

Come explore 800 gorgeous acres of Texas Hill Country on horseback. Beautiful valleys, hills and views, creek crossings, wildlife and so much more! Adventure awaits you! Call Jen Bursaw to reserve your ride today!
612.961.9441

Hill Country Bicycle Works

You can rent a bike at Hill Country Bicycle Works! Their rental fleets feature road and fitness hybrid bikes. It is recommended that you reserve your rental bike in advance, especially during holidays and weekends. They also have maps and recommendations for rides in and around Fredericksburg, Texas, and the surrounding Texas Hill Country! Located at 702 East Main. Closed Sundays and Wednesdays! 830-990-2609

www.hillcountrybicycle.com

Stagecoach Shuttle Service
Taxi & Transportation Service

Winery tours, shopping tours, transportation for weddings, reunions, and trips around Fredericksburg, Texas, and the beautiful Texas Hill Country!
830-385-7722

stagecoachtaxiandshuttle.com

Shermans Travel
5 Eco-Friendly Wineries

Pedernales Cellars, Texas

Composting, recycling, and natural pest management is just the starting point for Pedernales Cellars. By building underground, this Texas Hill Country winery takes advantage of the area’s natural limestone to provide a cool and steady environment for case storage, slashing the facility’s energy consumption in half. Removal of invasive plant species and cedar overgrowth from the property has also led to the reemergence of previously lost seeps and springs. An added bonus? The tasting room features local and sustainable products like Bella Vista Ranch’s olive oils and t-shirts made from renewable bamboo fibers.
- April 22, 2013 by Teresa Bitler
Read about other Eco-Friendly
Wineries at blog.shermanstravel.com