Fredericksburg - German heritage. Texan hospitality.
Delightful, flavorful Fredericksburg, located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country wine region, warms hearts with its historic architecture, proud history displayed at the Pioneer Museum and friendly hospitality. This town of 11,000+ residents was founded in 1846 by German settlers.
It's a fun place to visit " with one-of-a-kind, sophisticated shopping,unique lodging (over 350+ B&Bs/guesthouses/inns alone), 370+ annual festivals and events, live music scene, and American treasures like the National Museum of the Pacific War and nearby Lyndon B. Johnson State and National Historical Parks (the Texas White House and Ranch). And don't forget Luckenbach Texas of Waylon and Willie fame or the Wildseed Farms, the largest working wildflower farm in the U.S.
Flavorful because over 70 restaurants tempt the palette with everything from Texas Noveau cuisine to BBQ; but what sets taste buds to salivating are the German bakeries.
And Fredericksburg is lovely, with breathtaking Hill Country scenic views-whether from atop Enchanted Rock, or from a porch swing as the sun sets over rolling hills and fields of wildflowers.
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