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- We discovered a total of 124 date ideas in or near Dripping Springs, Texas, including 106 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Austin, Canyon Lake, San Marcos and Wimberley.
Depicting a history of the agriculture industry in Boerne, the Agricultural Heritage Center is full of artifacts, models, stories, and more. Exhibits include antique tractors, cider making, and butter churning demonstrations.
A small, intimate theatre, Boerne Community Theatre has been staging comedies since 1991. Area youth also have many opportunities to explore the arts with summer drama camps, a youth academy, and teen troupe.
The Admiral Nimitz StateHistoric Site is situated on 9-acres of land in Fredricksburg and includes several WWII-themed destinations. The center-piece of the site is the National Museum of the Pacific War, part of which is housed in what was once the Nimitz Hotel.
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The Fredericksburg Theater Company takes pleasure in making classic and powerful shows available to the Texas community. Shows include Les Miserables, The Jungle Book, and several orchestra and symphony performances.
A Tuscan-style craft winery that makes and bottles a variety of red, white, and sweet wines, Grape Creek Winery welcomes visitors for tours and for tastings. The winery also has a restaurant on the premises.
Situated in a unique natural setting with its border along Cibolo Creek, the Boerne City Park is the largest park in the area. There are many athletic recreational options in the park, including softball, baseball, tennis, soccer, and swimming.
This is a quiet park that provides a peaceful walking path for taking a stroll. Visitors love to see and feed the ducks and geese at River Road Park, as they are accustomed to human interaction and not scared of seeing people.