The Best of Texas Fun by Type!
Put a Winery in your Trail!
Texas is Wine Country and Here’s a map!
Texas Hill Country Wineries
Grapevine Wine Trail
Piney Woods Wine Trial
Way Out Wineries
Dripping Wine Trail
Driftwood Wine Trail
Texas High Plains Wine and Vine Trail
Texas Independence Wine Trail
Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail
Fredericksburg Wine Road 290
Red River Valley Wine Trail
Dallas Town and Country Wine Trail
Go shop at an Outlet Mall!
Check out an outlet mall.
Dog friendly places!
Bring your own dog
Renaissance Faires & Festivals – Take A fantasy trip in time!
These festivals attract thousands of visitors who relive the midieval days, shop, eat, and make merry.
- Dickens On The Strand – Galveston
- Scarborough Renaissance Festival – Waxahachie
- Sherwood Forest Faire – McDade
- Texas Renaissance Festival – Todd Mission
Farms, Fields and Orchards
Ride a Real Passenger Train
Trains are, in many ways, how towns developed through Texas. But today, it is still a memory maker for families. Make plans to ride one in your next family outing.Click here to find the ones near you.
Of course, theme parks provide a thrill a minute and offer a day full of entertainment! Click here for your thrill.
Have you ever noticed historical markers you drive by … and wondered what’s historical about that? Well, I found this amazing tool called the Texas Historical Site Atlas. You can look up historical markers by county, by type, put in a keyword, or address. It will, then, tell you the history and location. Click here and check it out.
Archaelogical Sites Across the State
Click on a city or area and a “timeline” pops up with the age of the area and notes about the cultural development.
Click here to visit “Texas Beyond History” web site.
Cut down your own tree in one of these farms.
More coming soon!