Area Attractions

Places to visit:


Hill Country Lavender:

Texas first Commercial Lavender Farm,

located 3 miles north on 281, from the stop light in blanco. Farm open seasonally. 830-833-2294,

www.hillcountrylavender.com


Arnosky Family Farm:

Located on the corner of 165 and 2325. See a spectacular array of flowers grown here in Blanco. 830-833-5428, www.texascolor.com


Onion Creek Kitchens:

This magnificent  cooking school and luxury Hill Country  cabin rental  destination is located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. 830-833-0910, www.juniperhillsfarm.com


McCall Creek Farms:

A wide selection of freshly gown local produce and wonderful home-baked goodies. Open seasonally. 830-833-1119, www.mccallcreekfarms.com


Real Ale:

Real Ale is a great destination for a day trip in the Hill Country. Our new facility is located just minutes from the Blanco town square and the Blanco River. 830.833.2534, www.realalebrewing.com


Blanco State Park:

Swimming, fishing and camping right in Blanco. 830-833-4333.

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Events you must attend:


Blanco Lavender Festival:

June 8th - 10th 2012

A Lavender Market will be held on the grounds of the Old Blanco County Courthouse featuring arts and crafts and local lavender products. Tour many of the local lavender farms and experience the beauty of lavender in the fields and the unique vision of each farmer. www.blancolavenderfestival.com


Texas Clay Festival:

Oct 27th & 28th 2012

Featuring the work of over 60 Texas

potters and clay artists, the festival offers the opportunity to view and purchase a wide variety of pottery, from traditional to sculptural by the top clay artist in the state. Take this unique opportunity to watch and learn as demonstrations are held in four

tents throughout both days. www.texasclayfestival.com


Clay/Pottery:


Hodgson Studio:

At their studio near Wimberley, Texas, Michael & Gaye Lynn combine age-old techniques and modern tools with their own sense of design to produce a full line of one-of-a-kind, functional, handmade pottery. 512-847-7197, www.hodgsonstudio.com


Buck Pottery:

Buck Pottery was established in 1982 by Terry and Dee Buck, on the banks of the beautiful Guadalupe River in Gruene Texas, four miles north of New Braunfels in the heart of the scenic Texas Hill Country. 830.629.7975, www.buckpottery.com


Eye of the Dog Art Center:

Our Mission:  To Share the creative experience with others in a supportive environment. www.eyeofthedogartcenter.com


Non-profit Organizations:


Blanco Chamber of Commerce:

a non profit organization dedicated to promoting blanco and it’s local businesses.

830-833-5101, www.blancochamber.com


OBCCPS:

is a private, non profit corporation organized for the purpose of saving

the Old Blanco County Courthouse.

www.historicblanco.org/obccps.htm


Accommodations:


Red Corral Ranch:

Elegant Hill Country retreat available for lodging or special events; 20 minutes from our store. 830-833-4801, www.redcorralranch.com


Blanco Settlement:

Lovely cabins along the Blanco River,

5 minutes from our store. 830-833-5115,

www.blancosettlement.com


Blanco County Inn:

Newly remodeled rooms in downtown Blanco; we take pets, too!  (830) 833-4502

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