Texas Hill Country
National Parks & Museums
Enchanted Rock State Natural Area
The worlds second largest granite dome just a few miles north of Fredericksburg in the Texas Hill Country.
Visitors can enjoy primitive backpacking, camping, hiking, technical and rock climbing, picnicking, geological study, bird watching, and star gazing (minimal light pollution). Remember, at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, do not disturb plant or animal life, geological features, or Indian or historical artifacts. These park resources are protected by law! Bring your own firewood. Rock climbers must check in at headquarters; route maps and climbing rules available.
Fort Martin Scott is located on the west bank of Baron's Creek which is a tributary of the Pedernales River.
Friends of the Fredericksburg Nature Center
P.O. Box 2082 - Fredericksburg, TX 78624
The nature trail area is home for a rich diversity of plants, insects and animals.
Old West Museum
This is a private museum. Joe Gish has been an avid collector of the old west for many years and has decided to share his museum with enthusiasts. Hours are by appointment. Gish's Old West Museum: 502 N. Milam 830/ 997-2794 Call for an appointment.
Lost Maples State Natural Area
Renowned for the beautiful fall foliage of its rare bigtooth maples, the State Natural Area covers 2174.2 acres in Bandera and Real Counties, north of Vanderpool on the Sabinal River. Located in the midst of some of the most beautiful scenery in Texas, the park offers a marvelous picnicking, camping, backpacking, sightseeing, hiking, photography, bird watching, fishing, swimming, and nature study. Foliage updates, park reservation and other information available on the park Web site.
LBJ State Historical Park
199 State Park Road 52 - Stonewall, TX 78671
Lyndon B. Johnson
National History Park
100 Lady Bird Ln. - Johnson City, TX 78636
Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park tells the story of our 36th President in a unique and encompassing way.
National Museum of the Pacific War
Offers a realistic look at World War II and Fredericksburg's son Admiral Chester Nimitz
Allows insight of the life of early Fredericksburg Texas settlers
The Vereins Kirche
Located in the center of Fredericksburg's Marketplatz, is the icon for this German community. Inside the Vereins Kirche, visitors will find permanent exhibits outlining the history of the County and its citizens. There is also a rotating exhibit section, which currently hosts a collection of photographs depicting the auto dealerships, service stations and mechanic garages in and around Fredericksburg.
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