Fredericksburg Slice of Life

We’re happy to offer not only the finest Fredericksburg bed and breakfast accommodations, but all the information you need to find the best events and sights during your stay. Here’s what’s happening in Fredericksburg in March.

March 18-20: Fredericksburg Trade Days. One of the most important occasions in the old frontier lifestyle was the occasional trade day, when people would come from far and wide with their handmade goods, home cooked delicacies and finest animals to buy, sell, swap and barter. That tradition is alive and well in Texas Hill Country with Fredericksburg Trade Days, one of the most popular recurring local events. At Fredericksburg Trade Days you’ll find endless rows of vendors selling handcrafted goods, including antiques, crafts, clothing, jewelry, and ranch furniture—plus food, live music and a beer garden. The event is held outdoors and in the barn at the delightful Sunday Farms. Details.

March 19: Hill Country Indian Artifacts Show. Perfect for both the serious collector and the casual enthusiast—or just for a fun day with the family! The Hill Country Indian Artifacts Show is one of Texas’ largest gatherings for the display and sale of authentic Native American artifacts. Numerous vendors from across the country will be there, showing off goods including stone tools, beads, pottery, and of course lots and lots of arrowheads! Books, contemporary cultural artifacts, and jewelry will also be available. Don’t miss this one of a kind event. Details.

Every Day:

  • Pioneer Museum House. This is a Fredericksburg gem, a truly original local museum with historic structures built in the pioneer days! Operated by our local Historical Society, the Pioneer Museum House will take you through historic buildings and remains and show you what it was really like to live back in the days of Old West exploration. Kids and adults will be equally thrilled. Open Monday – Saturday, 10-5. Details.
  • George’s 290 Wine Tours. George has 15 years of experience in Texas wine country and leads terrific local tours, with tastings, sightseeing and all the history and wine knowledge you could hope for from a true professional. Details.
  • The Garrison Brothers Distillery. Looking for something a little “harder”? Learn the secrets of real Texas whiskey making, and sample some of the state’s finest bourbon with the Garrison Brothers! Details.
  • Cave Without a Name. Not everything worth seeing in Texas is above ground. The state has hundreds of miles of caves, many of them uncharted, and some of the best accessible in comfort and style right here in Hill Country. The Cave Without a Name features flowstones, “soda straw” formations, stalactites and more—all with wide, easy to use pathways and perfect lighting. Details.

What are you most excited to see?

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