Culture Map Dallas recently published a quick guide to Fredericksburg. The historic central Texas town is best known for its German heritage, unique shops and wine tasting. Named one of the Top Wine Destinations in the US, Fredericksburg is home to several wineries.
Located about an hour and a half outside of New Braunfels, Fredericksburg is a great stop on the Texas Wine Trail to see the historic sites, taste the local wine and browse the shops and galleries on Main Street.
Courtesy of Becker Vineyards
Best time to visit? Culture Map has an answer.
Any time of year is nice in Fredericksburg, whether in summertime when you can refresh at a nearby watering hole or during the light-filled winter holiday season. But spring is magical, with wildflowers in bloom and the best weather of the year.
The July 4th celebration is big here, with a community parade and fireworks, and other celebrations in nearby Luckenbach.
Culture Map’s guide includes visiting the Vereins Kirche Museum and Lyndon B. Johnson State Park, eating at August E’s or Navajo Grill and treating yourself at the new spa, Fredericksburg Herb Farm. You can see the full guide here.
Fredericksburg is a must-see on the Texas Wine Trail. Vintage Oaks, with a New Braunfels address, is conveniently located near all top Texas Wine Trail and Texas Hill Country destinations. That’s why it’s no surprise it was named the “fastest growing community in the Hill Country.” The community is a top destination for prospective land and home owners who are searching for world-class amenities, a sense of camaraderie and a place that they can call home.
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