Antique Weekend takes place the first weekend of April and October in more than a half dozen communities at the midpoint between Houston and Austin, Texas. This is your opportunity to buy from dealers all over the country by coming to one central location.
Festival Hill - Round Top
Home of the International Festival-Institute at Round Top, the Festival Hill campus opened officially in 1976, and, was just about 6-acre large. By now, it has grown up to 200 acres. It offers to visitors shadowing lakes, picnic areas, jogging trails and wonderful herb gardens.
Henkel Square - Round Top
Round Top’s Henkel Square is recognized nationally as an authentic restoration of Anglo-American and German-American 19th Century culture, where families can enjoy the living traditions of the pioneers who settled here.
Shakespeare at Winedale - outside Round Top
Shakespeare at Winedale is a University of Texas program dedicated to bringing Shakespeare to life through performance.
Sterling McCall Old Car Museum - Warrenton
Featuring 130 old cars ranging in age from 1908 to 1967.
The Bugle Boy - La Grange
The Bugle Boy is Fayette County's original espresso bar and takes its name from the Andrews Sisters' 1940's hit "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" and celebrates a WW I I swing theme. The Bugle Boy not only offers great coffees, espresso, fine wine and beer, but is also known for its high quality entertainment.
Monument Hill & Kreische Brewery - La Grange
On a breathtaking bluff overlooking the Colorado River, Monument Hill is a memorial to Republic of Texas martyrs. Tours of the Kreische Family Home and Brewery give a glimpse into early Texas life.
Jersey Barnyard - outside La Grange
The Frerichs family welcomes you to enjoy a day on their farm! Relax on the porch, pet the animals, take a hay ride tour of their working diary farm and sample their own cheese.
Stroll & shop around the historic square, tour the restored courthouse with Seth Thomas clock & visit the Fayetteville Area Heritage Museum.
The Falls Golf Course - New Ulm
The Falls has been voted the #1 Golf Course in the Houston Area, one of the Top 20 in Texas. Dine in The Cascades Restaurant when you finish.
The Monastery of St. Clare - Brenham
Owned and operated by the Franciscan Poor Clare Nuns, Monastery Miniature Horses offers self guided tours of the horses, Art Barn, and Monastery Chapel year-round.
Blue Bell Creamery - Brenham
Tour their plant and museum. Taste the ice cream when you finish.
Pleasant Hill Winery - Brenham
Tour the vineyard and winery, then stop for a wine tasting.
Antique Rose Emporium - north of Brenham
This multi-acred garden features hundreds of roses, perennials, herbs and native flora. The site contains herb gardens, cottage gardens and many perennial borders. Plants and gift related items are offered for sale.
Washington-on-the-Brazos State Park - north of Brenham
Visit the place where the Texas Declaration of Independence was signed, relive history at the Barrington Living History Farm, and visit the new Star of the Republic Museum.
George Bush Presidential Library - College Station
Presidential Museum & Library on the grounds of Texas A&M University.