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Things to Do in Texas

The panhandle is home to Amarillo and ranches, Lubbock, Buddy Holly’s home, and Abilene. At Big Bend, find the Rio Grande River. El Paso and Odessa’s meteor crater are nearby. Fredericksburg and the capital Austin, the “live music capital of the world” are in the Hill Country. San Antonio has things to do including the attractions Riverwalk, the Alamo and missions. Explore Corpus Christi, King Ranch and Brownsville on the coast and beaches from Galveston to South Padre Island. Go deep-sea fishing or diving at Flower Gardens. Discover Houston’s NASA space center, Dallas, and Fort Worth’s historic stockyards. Restaurants vary from steak to seafood to Tex-Mex to home cooking. Stay in resorts, condos, hotels, B&Bs and inns.
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Hill Country Arts Foundation, Art Gallery and School

120 Point Theatre Road South
Ingram, Texas
830-367-5122
The foundation houses the Duncan-McAshan Visual Arts Center Gallery with changing exhibits and art studio, plus the Smith-Ritch Point Theatre with productions throughout the year and Elizabeth Huth Coates Indoor Theatre,
Hours & Admission
Box office: Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission.
Photo Courtesy: Kerrville CVB

Hill Country Shooting Sports Center

1886 Cypress Creek Road
Kerrville, Texas
830-995-5118
The center, an official U.S. Olympic training site, offers trap and skeet shooting, sporting clays, and a rifle and pistol range.
Hours & Admission
Tuesday to Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Sunday 12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m. Admission.
Photo Courtesy: Kerrville CVB

Japanese Tea Garden

3853 North St. Mary's Street
San Antonio, Texas
210-821-3120
Originally a rock quarry, this three-acre park just north of downtown was transformed into a lush respite and opened to the public in 1919. Known for koi filled ponds, stone architecture, colorful botanic displays and a 55-foot waterfall, the Japanese Tea Garden has been a San Antonio favorite for generations. More than a decade ago, the Japanese Tea Garden fell into disrepair.

In spring 2008, following a $1.6 million renovation, the sanctuary re-opened to the public....
Hours & Admission
Daily 8:00 a.m. to dusk. Free.
Photo Courtesy: San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department

Kathleen Cook Gallery

218 Old Ingram Loop
Ingram, Texas
830-257-6288
Cook's gallery features her award-winning work. Pastels are her medium of choice, as it allows her to emphasize light and color. Subject matter include still life, landscape, animals and people.
Hours & Admission
Thursday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Photo Courtesy: Kathleen Cook Studio

River Walk

Navarro Street and West Crocket Street
San Antonio, Texas
210-227-4262
River Walk, also known as Paseo del Rio, is San Antonio's top tourist attraction that runs through the heart of downtown connecting shopping, dining, hotels and historic landmarks.

Currently, this two-mile stretch flows through the central business district, winding alongside the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, more hotels, a shopping mall and theaters....
Hours & Admission
24/7.
Photo Courtesy: The Paseo del Rio Association

San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA)

200 West Jones Avenue
San Antonio, Texas
210-978-8100
Housed in the castle-like former Lone Star Beer brewery, SAMA’s collection contains more than 25,000 works of art representing over 5,000 years of history and cultures from around the world.

It is considered one of the largest public collections of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman antiquities in the southern states, and its collections of Greek vases and Roman sculptures are of national importance. ...
Hours & Admission
Tuesday 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Wednesday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Sunday 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. Closed major holidays and others. Admission.
Photo Courtesy: San Antonio Museum of Art

Scott Schreiner Golf Course

1 Country Club Drive
Kerrville, Texas
830-257-4982
The city of Kerrville operates this 18-hole, par 70 public course and driving range.
Photo Courtesy: Kerrville CVB

The Copper Cactus

100 Old Ingram Loop
Ingram, Texas
830-367-7711
This gallery displays functional furniture art and handcrafted jewelry by Jay and Sherri Chatfield. Work by wildlife cypress wood sculptor Darrin Potter and clay sculptures by SueSan Kaplan are also exhibited.
Photo Courtesy: Kerrville CVB

Tom Moss Studio

229-D Old Ingram Loop
Ingram, Texas
830-367-3430
The studio specializes in western art sculpture and paintings, many are sized to display on desktops. Works by Moss are found in collections throughout the world.
Photo Courtesy: Kerrville CVB

1550 Gallery

1550 Junction Highway
Kerrville, Texas
830-257-1550
This contemporary gallery features creations by regional artists - sculpture, paintings, pottery, jewelry and fiber art.
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