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Fredericksburg Introduction

Fredericksburg owes its unusual history to the German settlers who arrived in 1846, naming their fledgling community after Prince Frederick of Prussia and inventing a crossover dialect known as Texas German. Today the city is an important center of agri-tourism, known for its flourishing peach industry, lavender production, and viticulture. Texas’s famous wildflowers also thrive in the fertile soil of Fredericksburg, which is home to one of the largest wildflower farms in the country. The city is a popular base for visitors to the Enchanted Rock State Natural Area too, which is nationally acclaimed for its remarkable rock formations and abundance of recreational activities.

Hotels in Fredericksburg

From friendly B&Bs to smart condos, hotels in Fredericksburg are characterized by their variety and versatility. Book into a rural cabin to enjoy the great outdoors, or cozy up in a historic downtown inn. Most of the major chains are to be found in and around the city, offering the advantages of easy booking and good value. If you’re traveling by car, check into a convenient motel and benefit from spacious free parking close at hand. Seek out the most competitive Fredericksburg hotel rates by booking well ahead, especially around the popular Christmas season, when the city celebrates with classic German-style festivities.

Where to stay

Hotels in Fredericksburg’s downtown make ideal bases for sightseeing and enjoying the social life on your doorstep. You’ll find a great choice of accommodations on and around West Main Street, from traditional inns to spacious hotel suites. Opt for a family-run B&B filled with antiques and original features, or enjoy the flexibility of a self-catering cottage—there are many charming and unique properties to choose from in both categories. Alternatively, head a little way out of town on Highway 290, the famous Fredericksburg Wine Road, to find a friendly guesthouse surrounded by wineries and wildflower meadows.

Things to see

The legacy of Fredericksburg’s German founders is most clearly evident in its Historic District, which features many landmarks of national importance. Unique structures here include the Vereins Kirche, or People’s Church, which doubled as a German-speaking school—this rare U.S. example of Carolingian architecture is modeled on Aachen Cathedral. The Pioneer Museum Complex encompasses landmarks such as the Fassel-Roeder House, originally built as a butcher’s store, and the Arhelger Bathhouse, which catered for travelers in the early decades of the 20th century. Another side of Fredericksburg’s storied heritage can be discovered in the National Museum of the Pacific War, dedicated to the life of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Commander-in-Chief of the US Pacific Fleet during World War II, who was born and raised in Fredericksburg. The collection is housed in the Nimitz Hotel, which was built by the Admiral’s grandfather, and in its heyday counted presidents and generals among its illustrious patrons.

How to get to Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg is bisected by US Highway 290 and Highway 87, and is also served by Texas State Highway 16, which runs over 500 miles north from the Mexican border. Gillespie County Airport is 3 miles from downtown Fredericksburg on Highway 16, while the nearest major international airport is Austin-Bergstrom, around 90 miles east on Route 290. There are car-rental desks at Austin where you can pick up your own wheels—private transportation is the best option for those looking to travel in Fredericksburg and its surroundings, though the compact downtown area is easy to explore on foot.