Presents Latin-flavored performances and other shows. In the open air of the River Walk below La Villita.
Hill Country scenes are available in several quaint shops and studios on and around Wimberley's "town square."
Superb examples of 19th-century homes sit along tree-shaded streets. Drive or stroll the streets. All are private residences but open to the public for the Tour of Homes in May. 700-800 blocks of Belvin Street and 227 Mitchell St.
World's largest honky-tonk features a 4,800-square-foot rodeo area, bar rails, live performances, shops, games and restaurants. Admission charge. 2520 Rodeo Plaza. In the Stockyards National Historic District. www.billybobstexas.com
A trail map, available at the Brownsville Convention and Visitors Bureau, guides visitors through the original town site. Historical structures have markers.
A collection of historic homes and a barn are restored to house shops, galleries, and a courtyard that hosts music and events. At Live Oak and East Mill streets. www.bybeesquare.com
This Eastlake-style house was built in 1886. It is part of Heritage Row, an area of elegant Victorian homes along South Crockett Street. Maps are available from the chamber of commerce. 915 S. Crockett St. www.shermanpreservationleague.org
Dating to the 1860s, the district includes Tudor Revival, Classical Revival, Colonial, Craftsman, Queen Anne and Ranch-style homes. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Bounded on the north by East Houston; on the east by South Oakland, East Wells and South Donnybrook; on the sout...
The market welcomes thousands of visitors every weekend with plenty of shopping for unique items. 1014 N. Main St. (Texas 35), just south of Beltway 8/Sam Houston Toll Road. colesfleamarket.com
This 10-block National Register Historic District tour weaves through downtown, revealing the history of Congress Avenue. It continues along the nine-block Sixth Street district and highlights Victorian architecture dating back to the mid-1800s.
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