On November 24, kick-off the holiday season with our annual Lighting of the Square, traditionally held at 5:30 p.m. the Friday after Thanksgiving!
Come sing along with the Uptown Carolers and see the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas all lit up for the Holidays! The downtown holiday lights will remain lit every evening through January 1.
This is a free event. For more information, email email@example.com or call 512-930-6534.
The event location is 103 West Seventh Street.
Free parking lots are located at:
- Fifth Street and Austin Avenue
- Sixth and Main Streets
- Seventh and Rock Streets
- Tenth and Main Streets
- Martin Luther King, Jr. and Seventh Streets
- Martin Luther King, Jr. and Eighth Streets
- Parking garage located at Fourth and Rock Streets
On December 2, from 6-8 p.m., stop by the Williamson Museum for Cocoa with Cowboys during the Christmas Stroll. For more information, please contact the Williamson Museum at 512-943-1670 or go to williamsonmuseum.org/events
Come to the 41st Annual Christmas Stroll on Friday, December 1 from 5-9 p.m. and Saturday, December 2, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on the Downtown Square!
For the complete schedule and more information, please go to thegeorgetownsquare.com/Christmas-Stroll—Guests.html.
Sponsored by the Downtown Georgetown Association.
Pistons on the Square is a gathering of antique, classic, muscle and late model cars and motorcycles on the Square in Georgetown Texas the third Saturday of every month, 8-10 a.m. and is free to attend. To learn more, please go to facebook.com/pistonsonthesquare.
445 E. Morrow Street
Meandering right through the heart of Georgetown are the North Fork and the South Fork of the San Gabriel River. Along the banks of the San Gabriel River where the two forks meet, between the river and Austin Avenue, you’ll find one of the most beautiful parks in the state of Texas.
San Gabriel Park was designated a Lone Star Legacy Park by the Texas Recreation & Parks Society in March 2012. San Gabriel Park is one of only nine parks in Texas to be awarded this designation in its inaugural year. These parks were chosen for their historical prominence within their communities and the state by providing natural respite and social interaction as those communities were founded, developed, and prospered.
San Gabriel Park is graced with 200-year-old oak trees that offer shady spots for family picnics. The 180-acre park also provides space for concerts and festivals, as well as fields for soccer, football, lacrosse and baseball.
A hike and bike trail goes through the park, including a 1.6-mile loop in the park and other segments that connect to Blue Hole Park, Rivery Park, Chautauqua Park and all the way to Lake Georgetown. View our interactive parks and trails map. There is also a 9-hole disc golf course at the north end of the park.
For a complete list of ammenities, please visit parks.georgetown.org/san-gabriel-park
Stroll beautiful downtown Georgetown and appreciate some of the finest Victorian architecture in the state of Texas.
Stop by the Visitors Center at 103 W. 7th Street and pick up a map brochure to take a self-guided walking tour of historic downtown Georgetown. Or, simply enjoy the restored historic buildings and landmark descriptions that describe a portion of Georgetown’s rich history.
We also have online guides available for you:
Click here to see the Historic Downtown Walking Tour Guide.
Click here to see the Downtown Georgetown Directory.
If you would like to arrange for a free guided tour, please call the Williamson Museum at 512-943-1670 two weeks in advance.