Shopping In Historic Fredricksburg Texas

12 Dec
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A Feeling of History

There is nothing like spending the day walking the streets of a town that carries the feeling of America – the way it used to be before plazas, shopping malls, and discount outlets.

Main Street Shopping in Fredricksburg TX is Like Nowhere Else.

Our local Chamber of Commerce claims that Fredericksburg has the widest main street in Texas. That’s saying something because everyone knows – things are just bigger (and better) Texas style.

Main Street in Fredericksburg offers a wide variety of antique stores, art galleries, Texas themed furniture stores, and curio shops.

No doubt about it shopping in Fredericksburg TX is unique and can add color to your experience with Bella Vista

All in the context of historic charm and authenticity.

You’ll find there are still many buildings standing from the original settler days. Don’t miss the old fashioned “5 and Dime” store.


Looking for antiques to bring back the feeling of charm you get while strolling and shopping Fredericksburg TX? Or maybe looking for that prize find? Stop in the Main Street shops to search out just the thing to take home and treasure.

You won’t want to miss the excitement of Fredericksburg Trade Days held at Sunday Farms.

Held every third weekend of the month they have six barns with over 350 vendors. To quote their website – you’ll find “Antiques, collectibles, tools, crafts, shabby chic, primitives, ranch furniture, hunting accessories, candles, unique clothing, jewelry, food and so much more.”

Specialty Shops Means Everyone Has Fun Shopping in Fredericksburg TX.

There is nothing that feels so much like a “find” as discovering a unique specialty shop. And you’ll find a trove of them on Main Street. We don’t want to give too much away but – along with a fantastic culinary shop and a store where it’s always Christmas – you’ll see a few shops that you’ve never seen the like of.

Interested in unique hand made items?

Main Street is a good place to tract down deer antler furnishings and other pieces bringing the wide open western skies to mind. Phil Jackson’s Granite & Iron Store on Main Street is a 10,000 square foot emporium with custom granite and iron work designed and built in Fredericksburg. There are also unique decorations and other goodies for your home from all over the world.

You can visit local furniture stores in Fredericksburg TX as well as design artisans in their studios and ranches. Take a short but scenic ride to see Tommy Traugott of Tom’s Texas Steel & Stone Works and Sam Sagebie of Mesquite Mystique.
Got the shopping bug?Scratch your itch by shopping in Fredericksburg, TX.

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