3777 FM 972, Walburg
The Walburg Restaurant brings you a truly authentic German experience in dining and entertainment. Their chefs continue the legacy of German cuisine from Bavarian heritage. The 1882 vintage structure seats over 250 which easily accommodates large parties. Just behind this antique dining establishment, nestled in oak trees, is a Biergarten including a large open tent with two stages for live entertainment. This area also includes an open picnic area, outdoor bar and kitchen and arcade for the kids. All together, the beirgarten can hold over 800+ people. Check the website for live bands and specials!
Salado is a charming old town located just 20 miles North of Georgetown on I35. In the early 1800s it was a frequent stopping point on the cool spring fed Salado Creek for Indians, Spanish, and Mexican travelers. In the mid 1800s it became an Overland Stage and Pony Express stop on the Chisholm Trail. Today the Stagecoach Inn marks the spot with a Texas historical medallion. The nearby homes and mansions have become a shopping mecca with art, antique, specialty shops and restaurants.
8711 FM 487, Florence
The Vineyard is a destination for weddings and bridal parties, corporate retreats and private functions. They offer indoor and outdoor spaces for events, including rental villas and tower. Experience luxurious relaxation at their spa and then enjoy a delicious lunch offered by their cafe. Check out their website for directions, classes, and entertainment!
Georgetown has public art around the Square, in parks, on Southwestern University’s campus, at the public library, and elsewhere.
The City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board borrows, purchases, or commissions murals, sculptures, paintings, and even utility box wraps. The meaning and awareness of place and space created by these works extend the creative experience that visitors to the City enjoy. Visit the pages in the Arts Gallery for all the latest murals, sculptures, and other public art: arts.georgetown.org/art/public-art/
719 S Main
Divine Treasures is on the Downtown Square offering Southern Hospitality with gifts for all your loved ones for every occasion.
1 Congress Avenue, Austin
Austin is home to the largest urban bat colony in North America. These Mexican free-tailed bats hide out under the Ann W. Richards Congress Bridge, waiting to take flight during the summer months at dusk. For the best seats in the house, go early to the Austin-American Statesmen parking lot and plot a blanket in your chosen spot in the grass. For updates and approximate emergence times, please call Bat Conservation International’s home office number 512-327-9721.
3010 Williams Dr., Suite 156
Poppy Quilt ‘N Sew is a quilter’s dream. They have everything a quilter would need, from a wide selection of quality cotton fabrics, to books, patterns and supplies. They also offer a variety of quilt classes. Stop by or visit their website for more information and class schedules.
109 East 8th Street
Buying and selling rare coins and currency, gold and silver, framed historical documents and pre-columbian antiquities.
610 South Main Street
A full service custom picture framer, serving the central Texas area since 2004 with over 2500 choices of frame moulding, 1250 mat choices in a rainbow of colors and finishes. Local Georgetown Artists display their art in the gallery. The inventory does a complete turnover every few weeks. Stop by often to see the latest works.
443 Waterway Lane, Burnet
The Vanishing Texas River Cruise is the premier ecological tour of central Texas. You’ll take a 2-hour cruise on a 150 passenger, three-deck excursion vessel through the scenic wilderness along the historic Colorado River Canyon. You’ll cruise past beautiful waterfalls and sheer cliffs. Wildlife viewing and birding are spectacular.