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Hit the Road
Offshore cabins put guests right where the fish are and offer a peaceful setting off the beaten path
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Pearl Bluegrass Jam
Monthly gathering is a regular reunion of bluegrass musicians, fans
Lampasas Wine Tour
Tasting a vintage on the very soil that produces it makes one feel grounded in the northern Hill Country
Witness to naval history and World War II’s most memorable moments is docked at La Porte and open to the public
Texas State Railroad revisits the early days of rail travel and is about to chug into its most popular season—when the Polar Express ventures to the ‘North Pole’
Like a mirage, the camels disappeared long ago, yet an oasis thrives in the heart of the Hill Country
Walk with the ghosts of Christmas past at Dickens on The Strand, a Victorian-era street festival
The Magical History Tour: Part I
Follow your inquisitive spirit along the Texas Heritage Trails
HIT THE ROAD
Don’t Forget to Look Down
At Balmorhea, the first jump is the deepest
A Real Jaw-dropper
Flat-out amazing: Majestic Palo Duro Canyon floors the imagination
The Kolach Trail
At Czech bakeries, esteemed pastry is served with heritage and pride—and apricot and cream cheese
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Have a little spring in your step? Consider heading over to April in Edom, slated for April 12 and 13 and featuring a pet parade.Find hundreds of happenings all across the state on our Events page.Illustration by John Margeson
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