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Take Flight in a Vintage Military Aircraft at the Lone Star Flight Museum in Houston

On a clear Saturday morning, I find myself perched in the glass nose cone of a World War II bomber,…

A Visit to Marfa Brings Stylish, Otherworldly Experiences in the Tumbleweeds of West Texas

The land and the light and a sense of space unlike anywhere else.

Sure, You Know the Wine in Fredericksburg, but There’s More to This Place Than Just Great Vino

Driving along US 290 west to Fredericksburg from Johnson City, I’m struck by how much the roadside scenery has changed…

The Woodbine Hotel in Madisonville Dishes up a Bountiful Buffet Along with a Heaping Helping of History

Approaching Madisonville’s courthouse square, I’m not surprised that traffic ebbs to a crawl. After all, this East Texas town, population…

At This One-Stop Shop and Community Hub in Hunt You Can Hear Live Music, Pick up a Six-Pack, and Even Mail a Letter

The Hill Country town of Hunt is a place of convergence—where the north and south forks of the Guadalupe River merge,…

Senior Editor Lori Moffatt Shares Her Favorite Places in Texas After 27 Years at Texas Highways

This issue marks the 44th anniversary of the travel magazine of Texas. It’s also the last issue for Senior Editor…

That Delayed Flight Stressing You Out? Maybe Airport Art Can Calm Your Nerves

Flying can be stressful—navigating a cavernous airport to squeeze into a cramped seat and sit closely confined with strangers in…

Texas Highways Selects True Texas Travel Film Winner at Thin Line fest

A Piece of Texas: A Travel Documentary took home the top prize in Texas Highways' True Texas short film category…

The Ultimate Texas Summer Bucket List

Some Texans aren’t content with a life well lived, they want hard evidence: the family vacation photos, a souvenir to…

Paddling the Devils River in Southwest Texas Offers High Risks and High Rewards

You find two kinds of paddlers on the Devils River: those who come out here whenever possible and those who…

Exploring the Devils River State Natural Area by Foot

Bumping along an isolated dirt road in Southwest Texas, we spotted a group of tan spots on a distant hillside…

These 10 Texas Nature Conservancy Preserves Offer Public Access—and Plenty of Awe-Inspiring Sights

Waltz across Texas and you’ll find coastal marshes where alligators lurk, spring-fed pools in the middle of the desert, and green-blue…
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