710 Main Street
710 Main Street
716 South Austin Avenue
The Williamson Museum promotes the unique culture and heritage of Williamson County with their exhibits, educational programming, monthly hands-on events and other events for the public. The Museum also provides tours of the Historic Williamson County Courthouse. The Museum is open Wednesday – Friday, noon – 5 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Also, stop by on First Fridays, 6 – 8 p.m.
Boomtown Escapes is a unique departure from what is ordinary and familiar. Through exciting and challenging experiences, you will make memories and gain insight with your family, friends, and teammates.
In the Boomtown Lounge, you can enjoy a drink and $5 unlimited play for tabletop games of all types. There are weekly events to enjoy, from card and dice play to trivia nights and “pitch a puzzle” competitions!
If you’re looking for another level of fun, you can play through the escape (aka puzzle) rooms that are historically themed – The Saloon, The Schoolhouse, and The Candy Shop. This will require your team to work together to find clues, solve puzzles, and race against the clock to “escape”.
Located in Georgetown, on The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas, Boomtown is a great spot to visit for some good old fashioned F-U-N.
Fri: 2:00 – 10:00 PM
Sat: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sun: 12:00 – 8:00 PM
816 S. Main Street
Immerse yourself in art. Located in the Historic Firehouse No. 1 (circa 1892), the new Georgetown Art Center, managed by the local nonprofit organization Georgetown Art Works, offers the community a place to appreciate art at every level. The Art Center hosts the works of a nationally renowned artist each month and features the arts and crafts of local artisans in the gift shop.
9th and Main St.
Used for weddings, receptions, private parties and small meetings. Call for more information.
103 W. 7th Street
Stroll beautiful downtown Georgetown and appreciate some of the finest Victorian architecture in the state of Texas. Unique shopping and delicious dining are some of the options which await you. Or, simply enjoy the restored historic buildings and landmark descriptions that describe a portion of Georgetown’s rich history. Call in advance for a guided tour, please call in advance. For more information and to download a self-guided walking tour, click here. For a preview of the Historic Downtown Tour, click here.
810 South Austin Avenue
312 Main Street
circa 1888. The lawlessness of the frontier days prompted county fathers to commission this imposing fortress-like jail, the county’s fourth. The limestone building with crenelated parapet was designed by prominent Waco architects, Dodson and Dudley, in a style reminiscent of the French Bastille. This historic building no longer serves as a jail, but has become a landmark, housing offices in downtown Georgetown.
circa 1931. Buff-colored brick offset with terra cotta and marble trim was used to construct the Georgian Revival-style post office, the only example of this architectural style in Georgetown. The dormer windows, roofline balustrade, classical pilasters, round keystone arched windows, and handsome broken scroll pediment over the entrance are typical Georgetown Revival details. In 1895, a frame structure on this site housed a livery stable and undertaker.
113 E. 8th Street
circa 1900. With an onion dome spire soaring majestically from the corner tower, the Lodge became a major element in Georgetown’s streetscape and skyline. The Belford Lumber Company selected heavily resticated limestone with which to construct the building, which features arched door and window openings. The ground floor first housed a drugstore and, for a time, the post office before a furniture store took possession. The Masons continued to meet upstairs until 1982 when the building was sold.
701 Main Street
2 Texas Drive
The Georgetown-Williamson County Veterans Memorial honors all veterans who have served in our military services. The memorial plaza is lined with 2500 engraved bricks; two walls: the 16-foot Williamson County Memorial Wall and a second, 82-foot limestone Memorial Wall; and nine granite plates engraved with the names of Williamson County residents who had given their lives in either World War I, World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam War and the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Memorial Day and Veterans Day Services are held every year which are open to the public.