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  • Fredericksburg Winery

    Head to the tasting room to sample wines—including ports and sherries—made from Texas-grown grapes at this family owned winery in downtown Frederic... More
  • Freebird Kayak Canoe Adventures

    Travelers can rent single or double kayaks and canoes at this soft adventure outfit. Bring a fishing pole if you want to drop a line for speckled t... More
  • Frontier Texas!

    Hear history from the holograph’s mouth: This center has high-tech exhibits where visitors can “meet” historical figures that settled the Texas Fro... More
  • Frosch

    Since 1972, this Houston-based travel agency has been helping travelers plan luxury trips and vacations across the world. FROSCH's travel consultan... More
  • Funky Chicken Coop Tour

    Strange Factor: Peek inside the Live Music Capital of the World’s henhouses on the Funky Chicken Coop Tour. During the open house event, folks down... More
  • Galleria

    Following its 2003 expansion, The Galleria became the fourth largest mall in the nation with 2.4 million square feet of retail space. Beneath the u... More
  • Gallery Preview Nights

    Museums aren't Houston's only art venue. The city's gallery scene is one of the hottest in the country, with Thursday and Friday preview parties, o... More
  • Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier

    This multi-million dollar entertainment zone is loaded with amusements and rides such as the Iron Shark Rollercoaster, Texas Teacups, and Pier Pile... More
  • Garrison Brothers Distillery

    Dan Garrison of Garrison Brothers Distillery attributes his whiskey’s superb taste to the organic wheat grown on his 213 acres as well as the area’... More
  • George Bush Presidential Library and Museum

    Over a million visitors have stopped in to visit exhibits on George Bush Senior’s life in and out of the White House. Among the permanent displays,... More
  • Ginny's Little Longhorn Saloon

    This cramped honky-tonk isn’t licensed to sell spirits but does provide the setup—the ice and juice—for only a few dollars. More
  • Global Life Park in Arlington

    Catch a ball game at the Texas Rangers' ballpark, a retro-style park with over 48,000 seats that was built in 1999. More
  • Gonzales Memorial Museum

    Here, you can come face to face with the original “Come and Take It” cannon—it was originally used during the Battle of Gonzales in 1835 and has si... More
  • Grace Museum

    There are actually three museums—one covering history, another for children, and a third that welcomes world-class art exhibits—here at the Grace. ... More
  • Graham Drive-In Theater

    Americana meets romance at this drive-in movie theater, originally built in 1919 on Graham’s downtown square. The latest flicks are played on three... More

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