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  • Downing Street Pub

    With its dark wood tables, large leather sofas and 400-square-foot humidor, Downing Street Pub certainly exudes masculinity. That's not to say wome... More
  • Dr. Pepper Museum

    The Always One of a Kind soft drink was founded in Morrison's Old Corner Drug Store in Waco in 1885. Museum exhibits walk you through cola history;... More
  • Driving Tour of Old Victoria

    Victoria is full of historic homes and buildings that have been lauded with historic markers. See some on a self-guided driving tour—you can downlo... More
  • Duchman Family Winery

    The Tuscan-influenced tasting room at this Hill Country winery feels more like Italy than Texas with its stone walls, high ceiling, and exposed bea... More
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  • El Paso-Juarez Trolley

    Take the El Paso–Juarez Trolley across the Rio Grande into Juarez—a bustling city with lively food markets and historic churches. More
  • Empire Baking Company

    In 1992, Robert Ozarow moved from New York to Dallas to work for an investment bank, but two years later he launched Empire Baking Company with his... More
  • F. Peter Herff II

    Years as agent: 35. Other specialties: Italy, the Iberian Peninsula. Consulting fee: From $350. tor@jensenworldtravel.com More
  • Family Style Guide Service

    Veteran fisherman Randy Wood leads family-friendly angling trips to fish for striper, which have been stocked in Possum Kingdom Lake for over a dec... More
  • First Monday Trade Days Flea Market

    Once a small row of merchants that set up shop outside of the county courthouse on the month’s first Monday, this flea market 40 minutes west of Ty... More
  • Floating the Guadalupe River

    There is arguably no better way to spend a hot summer Saturday than floating the Guadalupe or Comal Rivers. Rent inner tubes from companies such as... More
  • Forth Worth Stockyards

    Since 1866, ranchers have sold and traded cattle at this market; sales reached their peak in 1944 when the stockyards processed 5,277,496 heads. Wh... More
  • Fossil Rim Wildlife Center

    Rather than evidence of extinct species, as the name might suggest, you’ll find exotic animals in this 1,700-acre park. The property, accredited by... More
  • Found for the Home

    Crystal chandeliers hang from ceiling grids of hog panel (heavy metal agricultural fencing); statuesque 19th-century gilded candlesticks are cluste... More
  • Fredericksburg Brewing Company

    The oldest brew pub in Texas has a biergarten and its own blonde ales and porters on tap. You can also spend the night in one of 11 rooms—a bed and... More

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