This is the oldest active Lutheran Church in Fayette County, dedicated in 1866. Stone construction and simple lines show German architectural influence. The church's unique pipe organ is made of hand-shaped cedar. One block west of Texas 237. 979/249-3686.
A collection of historic 1800s homes and a barn are restored to house shops, galleries, and a courtyard that hosts music and events. Open 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Wed.–Sun. At Live Oak and East Mill streets. 979/249-4042. www.bybeesquare.com.
Inside a split-rail fence on the town square, homes circa 1820–70 have been renovated into boutiques, art galleries, a cafe, and the visitor center. Open noon–4 p.m. Wed. and 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Thu.–Sun. Admission charge. 201 N. Live Oak St. 979/249-4042. www.henkelsquareroundtop.com.
Founded by acclaimed pianist James Dick, the institute holds forums on music and the arts. In June and July, students from throughout the world join distinguished artists and teachers in performances of orchestral, chamber and solo music. The 217-acre complex is open daily year-round for tours, h...
Originally a historical church, the building now houses the Bybee Texas Heritage Collection, decorative arts, classes and more. Open 1:30–5:30 p.m. Tue.–Sun. 919/249-2700. firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program presents three Shakespeare plays in repertory the last two weekends in July and the first two weekends in August. Performances are Thu.–Sat., including weekend matinees, in the Theatre Barn at the Winedale Historical Center. 3738 F.M. 2714. 979/249-4171. www.shakespeare-winedale.org.
Explore a restored 19th-century (early German) farmstead with plantation homes, log cabins, fireplace kitchen, smokehouse and barns. The center also offers seminars for study of ethnic cultures in Central Texas, operated by University of Texas at Austin. Open 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Sat. and noon–5 p.m. Su...
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