The days are warming and growing longer. The wildflowers are starting to bloom. The wine country has put out the welcome mat. And two hours away by car is Fredericksburg and its charming historic district!
Founded in 1846, Fredericksburg was named after Prince Frederick of Prussia. In October 1970, the Fredericksburg Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in Texas.
To See The Wildflowers, Take The Willow City Loop!
Spectacular any time of the year and gorgeous during wildflower season the 13-mile Willow City Loop winds through canyons and over hilltops. During the March-April wildflower season, hillsides and meadows blaze with the colors of wildflowers.
In Fredericksburg, Make Your Own Memories.
Take in the history throughout the preserved historic district. Visit the museums and galleries. Shop ‘till you drop into your seat at one of the many cafes and restaurants. Enjoy live music – it’s everywhere. And settle in at one of the many inns or B&B’s.
Enjoy A Perfect Wine Getaway!
The road to and from Georgetown becomes Fredericksburg Wine Road 290. That’s where ten Texas wineries invite you to stop by, sample wines and enjoy the vines and vistas.
If You Go, Let Us Know at GeorgetownRetireLifestyle.com!
We’d love to hear from you and see your snapshots of Fredericksburg (or any other fun places you go). And please send suggestions of other nearby getaways we can share.
Find out more about Georgetown, its attractions, its residents and its home ownership opportunities at www.GeorgetownTXRetirementLifestyle.com. If you are interested in making Georgetown, TX your hometown, contact me, Virginia Lazenby.
Until next time,