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Celebrate Spring with a Trip to Fredericksburg

Enjoy the Texas Hill Country’s scenic beauty during a relaxing getaway.
By Fredericksburg Convention and Visitor Bureau |
Fredericksburg CVB

Head to Fredericksburg this spring for an outdoor getaway. With wildflowers, wine, and wonderful weather, there is lots to do in one of Texas’ top small towns this time of year.

Fredericksburg is at the center of the Hill Country, making it the perfect spot for a midweek getaway. When visiting Sunday-Thursday, you will find more lodging options, experience shorter wait times at restaurants, enjoy more relaxed shopping, and delight in a more personalized experience at wineries and museums.

One of Fredericksburg’s top attractions is Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. Making reservations up to 30 days in advance will guarantee entry to the park. Explore the variety of trails that welcome all levels of hikers. If Enchanted Rock is booked, there are still plenty of outdoor walking paths and trails, in addition to great places to rent bicycles or explore the countryside by horse

Be sure to check out the area’s beautiful display of wildflowers. Wildseed Farms is the nation’s largest working wild seed farm and is guaranteed to have vibrant blooms.

Fredericksburg is also an International Dark Sky Community and is home to two International Dark Sky Parks. Find the best stargazing and learn about ways you can help preserve the night skies during your visit.

Start planning a trip to Fredericksburg today and make the Visitor Information Center your first stop as it features a knowledgeable staff that can help you make the most of your time, ample parking, public restrooms, and free Wi-Fi. To plan a visit, check out

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