Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg was founded in 1846 and named after Prince Frederick of Prussia. It’s a small Texas hill country city with a population of about 11,000 known for its wineries. It has made the top on several “best lists” for Small Towns: Best Small-Town Shopping, Most Arts Vibrant Small Community and Prettiest Town in Texas!


Fredericksburg grape culture is a unique blend of German history, fabulous wines, and good old Texas charm. The Texas Hill Country American Viticultural Area covers an area of over 9,000,000 acres! There are around 80 wineries and vineyards for visitors to discover. Explore Texas grape culture tours and shuttles. Click here for a list of tour compainies


It’s also known for its robust Agritourism featuring peach orchards and herb farms, lavender production, and wildflower seeds making it a great late spring trip destination.


Fredericksburg Convention & Visitor Bureau has a wonderful website to which we’ve linked to here. We think it’s one of the best resources to plan your visit. It has loads of Information about Restaurants, Events, places to and things to do when you visit us.

There are so many great restaurants in Fredericksburg! click here to learn more out texas hill county cuisine.

Close to TimberRose Ranch

Bankersmith

1/2 Mile Doebbler Road right onto Old San Antonio Rd, 1 mile on left.

Grapetown School House

1/2 Mile Doebbler Road right onto Old San Antonio Rd, immediate first left.

Bat Tunnel And Trail

3 Miles Right on Old San Antonio Road. Click here to check when bats are available for viewing.

Alamo Springs Café

3 Miles Right on to Old San Antonio Road turn left at Bat Tunnel and Wildlife Park, Café is located on the right. Cool "biker bar" type atmosphere, burgers are famous- a "Must Do!"

Luckenbach

5 Miles Turn Left on Old San Antonio Road first road on Right is Grapetown Road to 1376 Highway turn right, look for Luckenbach town loop. Music everyday, click here to learn about whats playing, picker circle starts at 1pm.