There are so many ways to restore yourself in Granbury, Texas, voted the Best Historic Small Town in America by the readers of USA Today, THREE years in a row.
Just a short scenic drive from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex is a restorative haven, filled with history, culture, art, music, outdoor adventures, lake life, and foodie fantasticness just waiting to be enjoyed!
Explore over 15 history-related attractions, Lake Granbury, a thriving downtown arts & entertainment scene, signature events, unique dining, local libations, and more, Granbury is truly the getaway you’ve been looking for.
The Historic Granbury Square was the first courthouse square in Texas to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Being the first of its kind in Texas – you won’t want to miss spending time on the square with its variety of restaurants, bars, thriving art scene, live music, hit shows, historic museums, and specialty shopping.
Enjoy your history with a little mystery? We also are the home to the famous Granbury Ghosts & Legends Tour year-round! Be sure to enjoy our recently added, self-guided cemetery tour, where you will learn about the founders of Granbury, explore the legend of Jesse James, and learn about the history that never left at the Granbury cemetery.
Beautiful Lake Granbury is the heart of the city.
Grab your fishing pole and head for one of the many public fishing piers, or rent kayaks, paddleboards, enjoy our sandy beach, or even take a romantic dinner cruise!
Lake Granbury is the host of multiple fishing tournaments, the crown jewel of our 4th of July Fireworks display, and the stage of our Labor Day Lighted Boat Parade!
There are lots of ways to explore and enjoy our lake any time of year.
Annually, in January, the Lodging Association of Granbury in partnership with Visit Granbury hosts the Lake Granbury Goosebump Jump in which participants jump in the lake and celebrate the beginning of “Winter Guest”, Granbury’s winter tourist season!
Restore your creativity. Enjoy galleries, sculptures, well-known artists, make and take studios, and everything in between. The vibrant art community is full of many talented, local artists sharing a one-of-a-kind piece or experience.
Art is celebrated in so many ways in Granbury! The last Saturday of each month is “Gallery Night” where artists display and share their works of art around town in unique locations.
Annually, the Harvest Moon Festival of the Arts brings thousands to Granbury to celebrate and enjoy world-renowned pieces by artists from around the globe. There are always ways to enjoy and celebrate art in Granbury!
Food is life! Eat where the locals eat and enjoy Granbury’s best dining adventures on the official “Foodie Trail”. With the hub of the trail in the Historic Downtown area, it will lead you on a culinary undertaking all over town!
Whether it’s lunch at a dive burger joint or a romantic fine dining experience you’re looking for, your tastebuds will be restored in Granbury!
Take your Foodie Trail Punch Card, and get it punched at each Foodie Trail location to receive a free “I’m a Granbury Foodie” t-shirt and be entered to win a cash prize!
Granbury will keep your moods lifted with our local spirits! Home to multiple vineyards, wineries, distilleries, and breweries, you will never be far from a local libation.
Whether you choose to spend an afternoon at Revolver Brewing or Sledge Distillery, take a walk through the vines at Barking Rocks or Pemberton Cellars, or be in the midst of it all on our downtown square tasting rooms, there are libations aplenty.
Annually, each spring, guests and locals alike enjoy the Granbury Wine Walk which brings thousands to taste and enjoy wines produced by growers in the Cross Timbers Wine Region!
You’ll need a few days to soak it all in. Whether you’re looking to stay in a Hotel, Inn, B&B, Guest House, Tree House, Loft, or Cabin, Granbury has what you need to fit your budget and style.
Many of our in-town lodging locations are on our FREE Trolley route, so be on the lookout for the green, Granbury Trolley!
Learn more about all of the ways you can restore yourself in Granbury at VisitGranbury.com
Photos – Credit Shad Ramsey Photography