Attractions

Whether you have just a day to spend in La Grange or a whole lifetime, you’ll have plenty to keep you busy.  Explore some of our town highlights below, download our brochure, and get your bearings on our attractions map.

Bugle Boy
1051 North Jefferson
979-968-9944
Experience original live music in one of America’s premier Listening Rooms.
Friday-Saturday | Doors Open 7:00pm, Showtime 8:00pm

Camp Lone Star
2016 Camp Lone Star Road
(979) 247-4128
Canoe and kayak rentals. Call for a reservation.

Depot Museum and M-K-T Railroad Depot
260 North Washington Street
Learn the history of the local railroads and their importance to the area.
Saturday 10am-4pm (except on holidays) 

Fayette County Courthouse
151 North Washington Street
(979) 968-6469
Completed in 1891, this three-story building is a prime example of the Romanesque Revival style of architecture.
Monday-Friday 8am-5pm | (Self-Guided Tours)
Saturday 9am-2pm (Docent Tours)

Fayette Public Library
Fayette Heritage Museum & Archives
855 South Jefferson Street
(979) 968-3765 / (979) 968-6418
Museum, archives, a computer lab, and full library along with an outside playground.
Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm | Saturday 10am-1pm
Sunday 1pm-5pm

Frisch Auf! Golf Course
575 Country Club Drive
(979) 968-3965
Frisch Auf! Golf Course is open to the public.
Open Daily 7:30am-8pm

Historic Casino Hall
254 N. Jefferson Street
(979) 968-3017
The new home of the La Grange Visitors Bureau! We have information on local attractions, public restrooms, and gift shop.
Monday-Friday 8am-5pm | Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 12-5pm

The Historic Faison Home
822 South Jefferson Street
(979) 968-5756
The N.W. Faison House, one of the oldest in Fayette County, boasts original furnishings of the wealthy Faison family, whose members occupied the home for nearly 90 years. Relatively unaltered since its construction in the mid-19th century, it was the home of one of the earliest settlers of the area, Nathaniel W. Faison (1817-1870), a military hero, land baron, and benefactor of the African American community after emancipation.
Second Saturday of each month from 1pm-4pm

The Jersey Barnyard
3117 Hwy. 159
(979) 249-3017
Tour the family owned Jersey dairy farm. Relax on the porch, pet the animals, have some ice cream, and enjoy the countryside.
Monday-Friday 10am-6pm | Saturday 9am-6pm | Sunday 1-6pm

Kruschel Park
480 West Colorado
979-968-5600
Swimming pool (fee applies), walking trail, two little league baseball fields, playground, picnic tables, and volleyball court.
Open Daily, Dawn-Dusk

Monument Hill & Kreische Brewery State Historic Sites
414 State Loop 92
(979) 968-5658
The park houses a stone monument commemorating heroes of the Texas War for Independence that are buried on the park grounds along with the ruins of the third largest brewery in the State at the peak of its popularity.
Open Daily 8am-5pm

Old Fayette County Jail
171 South Main Street
(979) 968-3017
The new home of the Texas Heroes Museum. More information coming soon.

Rohan Meadery
6002 FM 2981
(979) 249-5652
Rohan Meadery specializes in the re-creation of honeywines or meads, mankind’s oldest beverage, using the finest Texas honeys available.
Wednesday-Sunday 12noon-6pm

Rosemary’s Vineyard
5521 Highway 71 East
(979) 249-2109
Enjoy a wide variety of both white and red wines.
Open Daily 12noon-6pm

Texas Czech Heritage & Cultural Center
250 West Fairgrounds Road
(888) 785-4500 / (979) 968-9399
Museum, Genealogy Library, Hanslik Banquet Hall, gift shop, amphitheater, pavilion, Czech Music Museum of Texas, restored historical Czech family homes and buildings.
Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm

Texas Quilt Museum
140 West Colorado Street
(979) 968-3104
With changing exhibits in three spacious, high ceilinged galleries, the museum also features a period “town” garden alongside a beautiful outside mural.
Thursday-Saturday 10am-4pm | Sunday 12pm-4pm


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