- TripBuzz found 35 things to do indoors in the Fredericksburg area. From National Museum of the Pacific War to Rockbox Theater, Fredericksburg offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 29 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 24 different types of things to do inside in or near Fredericksburg, Texas. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Winery/Vineyard, Theaters, Military Museums and Specialty Museums.
- There are 17 indoor activities in Fredericksburg, and 18 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Kerrville, Comfort and Johnson City and Kerrville, Comfort and Johnson City.
Visiting the Museum of Western Art is a chance to see 150 sculptures, 250 paintings and many artifacts. Especially well represented at the museum is artists from the Taos school, along with Fred Harman, Robert Longheed, George Phippin, and Harold Von Schmidt.
Bending Branch Winery is a boutique vineyard focused on sustainable and organic practices, producing 16 varietals on 20 acres of vines. The on-site tasting room is open Thursday through Sunday, and private tours are available via reservations.
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Established in 1953, Mooney Aviation Company Factory Tours provides visitors the opportunity to explore the factories used to make the company's signature single engine aircraft. Visitors learn about the entire building process while traveling through the 270,000 square-foot facility.
One of the biggest elements of the Singing Water Vineyards is their Wine Club which issues wines on a monthly basis to its members. Tastings can also be arranged at the actual vineyard, and guests can enjoy music and art events held throughout the year.
At Taste Wine + Art, visitors can see and buy art including painting, drawing, sculpture, jewelry, and photography, as well as on occasion listen to live music. Visitors can also enjoy fine wines produced in Texas and beyond.
Featuring artwork depicting Texas landscape, history, and culture, Texcetera showcases the work of local artists. This art includes mosaics, sculptures, jewelry, pottery, furniture, and more. The gallery runs monthly events where visitors can meet the artists.
The Lyndon Banes Johnson Boyhood Home was the home where President Johnson lived from five until he graduated from high school. National Park Service rangers lead a tour through the home that is furnished with mid-1920s period furniture.
Known for its mural paintings, Lee Casbeer Fine Art is a gallery covered with murals from local artists. The gallery also hosts live still-life painting classes, where visitors can watch artists draw people.