Comfort Inn & Suites
723 S. Washington Street
Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Phone: (830) 990-2552
Fax: (830) 990-2566
723 S. Washington Street, Fredericksburg, TX, US, 78624
- Phone: (830) 990-2552
- Fax: (830) 990-2566
Chester Nimitz, Fleet Admiral in the Pacific during World War II, grew up in Fredericksburg and this museum complex is located in the old "Steamboat Hotel" once owned by his grandfather. The museum is the only institution in the United States which is dedicated exclusively to telling the story of Nimitz and World War II and the complex is located on nine acres which includes a variety of historic buildings.
The oldest brewpub in Texas, and have been proclaimed by numerous publications,
This little stone house is the only totally authentic restoration building in Fredericksburg, down to its lack of electricity and indoor plumbing.
14 Sunday haus cottages with king-size beds, the 5,000 square foot Nature's Spa, fine Farm Haus Bistro, Poet's Haus gift shop, featuring such garden and gift items as glycerin soaps, aroma candles, essential oils, skin products, scrubs and shampoos, colognes and books, and floral, vegetable and herb gardens are just some of what visitors of Fredericksburg Herb Farm can discover.
Established in 1996, this family owned and operated winery is known for their "150th Rose" wine, a basic picnic wine, named after Fredericksburg's 150th anniversary, the release date being on the same day. They are also known for their wine labels that tell about the history of Fredericksburg, along with other historical facts. Join them for Wine 101, and enjoy!
A family owned wildflower farm established in 1983, Wildseed Farms' fields of wildflowers bloom from March through October.
In 2011, The Bonarrigo family established the Messina Hof Hill Country Winery in Fredericksburg, Texas. Merrill Bonarrigo's family originates from Hof, Germany, and settled in Fredericksburg, in 1800s. This beautiful 10-acre estate includes a Wine Garten, Manor Haus B&B, VIP Room and Guest Center. Taste over 50 of their award-winning wines. As you enter through the Messina Hof Hill Country Tower, you enter the Messina Hof family room. Join the family for a taste of Texas as you relax around the hand-carved grapevine Italian marble gazebo or enjoy the tasting bars. Host your special occasion in the privacy of the Messina Hof Hill Country VIP Room. Intimately designed with a touch of history from Merrill's ancestral home. The four guest accommodations are uniquely styled and offer a private living area with big screen TV, wet bar with a microwave, refrigerator and bar sink; as well as a secluded bedroom with patio overlooking the woods, and private bath. The stay will also include a basket that includes breakfast breads, fruit, juice, and a bottle of their Messina Hof sparkling wine.
An old tunnel established in 1913 for the benefit of a railroad service was rendered obsolete when its owners sold off the project. It is here that a colony of about three million bats found home, where now, tourists flock to view scores of the winged mammals flying out at twilight. Interestingly, a species of hawk that feeds on these bats have also since populated and thrived in the surrounding areas. Now called Old Tunnel Wildlife Management Area, the site is a much sought after tourist spot in Frederiksburg.
Friends of then-President Johnson, pruchased thes property directly across the Pedernales River from the prisident's JBJ Ranch and donated it to the Texas Parks, and Wildlife Commission, which created the park in recognition of Johnson as a "national and world leader." This park depicts the story of Lydon Johnson and features a permanent exhibit gallery that contains artifacts and exhibits that showcase his life and accomplishments. A preserved 1960's working cattle ranch is also located in the park, as well as Johnson's boyhood home.
Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park is located at Blanco County, Texas and Gillespie County, Texas, USA. Theis park is the birthplace, home, ranch, and final resting place of Lyndon B. Johnson. There are two visitor area in the National park: Johnson City and the LBJ Ranch. It is spread over 1,570 acres (6.4 square kilometers) and this park saw over 1,10,000 visitors on 2012 C.E.