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Texas Top 40, No. 7, Fredericksburg

If only the German immigrants who first settled Fredericksburg in 1846 could see what they started.

2014 Peach Harvest in Full Effect

Unlike last year when many Texas peach orchards struggled to survive the unusual, late-season freeze, recent rains have proven that…

Taste 290

Driving to Fredericksburg from the east on US 290, it’s easy to notice that spring adores the Hill Country: This…

Texas Top 40 Travel Destinations

Last fall, we asked Texas Highways readers to share their favorite places in the state for our Texas Top-40 Travel…

The Coolest Small Towns

Every Texas town has its distinctive qualities and attractions—just ask the locals. Given the more than 2,000 small towns that…

New Finds, Old Faves

It’s getting tough to spend the day in Fredericksburg. After enjoying numerous day-trips to this Central Texas town, I realized…

Letter from Fredericksburg

  The National Museum of the Pacific War in this vibrant and historic town claims to be “the only one…

Agritourism and Farm-cations

While working on Jennifer Babisak’s story on agritourism for the June issue, Senior Editor Lori Moffatt learned more about the…

How I Spent My Summer Farm-cation

After failing in our efforts at suburban gardening, my husband, Matt, and I embraced community-supported agriculture by obtaining our meat,…

TH Tip: Fredericksburg Events

In April’s TH Traveler, we spotlighted the Hill Country Film Festival, April 26-29 at Fredericksburg’s Stagecoach Theater. Here are several…

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Fredericksburg

Sweeping hills, giant platters of sausage and kraut, overflowing beer steins, and hefty men clad in lederhosen playing polka till…

The National Museum of the Pacific War

Most weekends of the year, crowds flock to Fredericksburg to enjoy the Hill Country ambiance, shop along historic Main Street,…
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