Wildseed Farms

Visit our 200-acre wildflower farm and vineyard, including a half-mile walking trail and gardens. Taste our estate grapes, featured in our award-winning wines, in the on site tasting room or grab a cold beer in the Brewbonnet. Spend the day on the farm and shop for gifts, seeds, plants, and more!

Shopping along Main Street

Shopping is undoubtedly one of the most popular things to do in Fredericksburg. The more than 150 locally-owned stores, boutiques and art galleries give shoppers plenty of reasons to visit Fredericksburg. You'll find a staggering collection of home décor. Women's fashion ranging from vintage to upscale contemporary. Plus handmade jewelry, antiques, artwork, gifts and much more. There are almost no chains, so the merchandise is unique and varied.

Fredericksburg Trade Days

Seven miles east of downtown is a shopper’s paradise. Once a month, Sunday Farms turns into the bonanza that is Trade Days for the weekend. Antiques, gifts, jewelry, oddities, and kitsch. With over 400 vendors, there is a tremendous amount to choose from.

Luckenbach, Texas

14 miles from town, Luckenbach was established as a trading post in 1849. Made famous by "Willie, Waylon & The Boys,"and an unrivaled legacy of great music that makes everyone "Somebody" in Luckenbach. Now a great place to visit, sit back under the old 500-year-old oak trees, relax and listen to live music. Luckenbach Texas is home to a historic dance hall still in use every weekend, live music daily, a General Store and a bar.

Willow City Loop

From March through May the Willow City Loop comes alive with Texas wildflowers, bluebonnets, red and yellow Indian blankets, wine cups and other amazing splashes of color. Take 16N out of Fredericksburg for 13 miles to RR 1323, continue 3 miles to Willow City, turn left onto the Willow City Loop.

Enchanted Rock

Seventeen miles north of downtown, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is one of the most popular hiking and camping sites in Texas. The rock has been called "enchanted" since the 1800s based on various legends, likely stemming from the granite's tendency to creak and groan as it naturally heats up and cools down. The natural area contains small, man-made depressions in the granite where seeds were once ground into flour, and hundreds of archaeological sites exist from human visitation here for thousands of years; 120 of these sites are State Archeological Landmarks.

Rockbox Theater

Built inside what was originally a furniture warehouse, Rockbox is a state-of-the-art entertainment venue that tastefully preserves the older elements of the building’s industrial roots while adding a refined sense of cleanliness and precision.

Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park

Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park tells the story of our 36th President beginning with his ancestors until his final resting place on his beloved LBJ Ranch. This entire "circle of life" gives the visitor a unique perspective into one of America's most noteworthy citizens by providing the most complete picture of any American president.

National Museum of the Pacific War

Immerse yourself in the recounting of history, a vast collection of artifacts, and the personal stories of real people who lived and died during the Pacific War.Here, you can find your connection to the lasting mark that the Allied victory in WWII left on our lives today and the beacon of hope it provides for the future.