A drive through the Hill Country is an expedition into the placid beauty of this part of Texas. The air is purer, streams are sparkling and lovely, and traffic becomes a distant memory. Meander through the mountains, valleys, and craggy canyons. A paradise for tourist, photographers, artist, and writers
inspiration just around the bend. Come enjoy the hospitality that has made Texas famous.
Stonehenge II Explore the mystery at the Sheppard Ranch A scale replica of the original in England constructed over 3,500 years ago. Additionally, visitors can walk and see replicas of the giant statues found on the Easter Islands.
Lost Maples Designated a National Natural Landmark in 1980. The 2,208-acre park has picnic sites, camping, hiking trails, wildlife and birds. See the big tooth maple trees and the amazing colors of the maple leaves as they change in fall.
National Center For American Western Art A treasure of Western Art recalls the exciting era of the cowboys, Native Americans,
settlers and mountain men who tamed the west. A beautiful collection of Western Art treasures in paint, bronze and stone.
James Avery Craftsman making and selling jewelry in the Texas Hill Country since 1954. From the beginning, Mr. Avery first set up shop in a two-car garage and wanted to make jewelry that had meaning to him and others. A 20-acre campus hosts a visitors center thats open to the public.
Fredericksburg Picturesque and charming homes, quaint shops of antiques, gifts, foods and a rich heritage founded in 1846 by German Settlers. The history walk of the Pacific War is an exhibit of boats, planes, guns, and tanks from World War II at the Admiral Nimitz Museum.
Other Attractions include:
Garner State Park
Hill Country Arts Foundation and Point Theatre
Golf Courses and Antique Shops
Six Flags Over Texas- Fiesta Texas
Sea World -San Antonio
The Alamo San Antonio