Whether you're a history buff, art fanatic or jewelry junkie, you'll be a big fan of Kerrville!
James Avery Museum & Store
James Avery started out selling his trinkets to local church camps out of the back of a cart! Visit the headquarters for a small museum about his start and awesome exhibits on his jewelry-making process from beginning to end!
The Museum of Western Art
On the other side of the Guadalupe River is this art gallery showcasing a variety of paintings and bronze sculptures depicting rugged cowboys on the Wild West frontier!
Hill Country Cafe
This is the hot spot for breakfast in Kerrville. Join the locals for a heaping plate of country-fried breakfast at the Hill Country Cafe, which also happens to be the location of the first HEB opened by Florence Butts in 1905.
Art adorned spot that uses local goods to make American classics, with many craft beers on tap and wine.
Riverside Nature Center
Right off the Guadalupe River and the Kerrville River Trail, this center is the best place to learn about the native plants of the area. Not only can you roam beautiful gardens of Texas wildflowers, but it’s also a Certified Butterfly Garden, meaning that during monarch migrations, this is the ideal spot to see dozens!
Kerrville River Trail
Hop on this trail that winds along the Guadalupe River for a whole new view of Kerrville. Surrounded on either side by lush greenery, the 4-mile long trail connects 5 city parks, and bikes are available for rent at different stops along the route.