Attractions in Georgetown, Texas

Rustic wineries and charming boutique shops. A scenic lake and a vast underground cavern. Sprawling parks and historic homes. These are a few examples of the numerous attractions in Georgetown, a quaint Hill Country town situated about 30 miles north of Austin. Read on to learn about all the things to see and do in Georgetown that make it a great place to visit.

Berry Springs Park and Preserve
Breathe in the fresh air and enjoy some time in the scenic Hill Country at Berry Springs Park and Preserve. This natural area features a 2.5-mile hike and bike trail, camping sites, picnic facilities, a small pond, and an amphitheater. 
1801 County Road 152
Georgetown, TX 78626
(512) 260-4283



Blue Hole
Blue Hole is a scenic lagoon bordered by tree-covered limestone bluffs situated on the south fork of the San Gabriel River just a few blocks from downtown Georgetown. The park has picnic spots, wading areas, and restrooms, and is open from dawn until dusk.
West Second Street and Rock Street
Georgetown, TX
(512) 930-3595

Georgetown Art Center
The Georgetown Art Center is a community-driven arts facility that showcases a variety of art at its gallery in the downtown square. Monthly adult and youth art classes and workshops are also held at the art center and will be of interest for those who want to brush up on their skills. 
816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX
(512) 930-2583

Georgetown Palace Theatre
Attend a top-class musical at the Georgetown Palace Theatre, a non-profit performing arts theater in Georgetown. Productions such as Beauty and the Beast, Tarzan, and Legally Blond are held each season, which runs from October through July. Tickets to each show can be purchased on the theater’s website.
810 South Austin Avenue
Georgetown, TX 78626
(512) 869-7469


Georgetown Winery
Savor locally made award-winning wines at Georgetown Winery, located within a historic building in the downtown square. The winery opens its doors to oenophiles every day for tastings and purchases of bottles and other products.
715 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626
(512) 869-8600

Grace Heritage Center
Georgetown’s Grace Heritage Center is a former episcopal church built in 1881. The white-walled structure features gothic pointed arches, vaulted ceilings, and a Norman-style tower, making it one of Georgetown’s notable buildings. Today, the former church is used as a scenic backdrop for weddings and other events.
9th and Main Street
Georgetown, TX
(512) 869-8597

Grape Creek Winery – Georgetown
Grape Creek Winery is a Fredericksburg-based winery and vineyard that has a tasting room in the Georgetown square. The tasting room features Grape Creek Winery’s assortment of wines, and an upstairs lounge area and a large outdoor patio for Wine Club members. Grape Creek – Georgetown is open every day except Christmas day, Thanksgiving, and Easter Sunday.
101 West 7th Street
Georgetown, TX 78626
(512) 863-4020

Historic Downtown Georgetown
Main Street Georgetown, and the greater downtown area, is one of the city’s main attractions. Beautifully restored historic buildings are home to locally owned restaurants, fun antique and craft stores, and one-of-a-kind coffee shops. The Williamson County Courthouse anchors Georgetown’s central square, where many of the downtown area’s dining and shopping spots are located.
103 West 7th Street
Georgetown, TX
(800) 436-8606

Inner Space Cavern
Explore a majestic Hill Country cave at Inner Space Cavern, located on the south side of Georgetown off of Interstate 35. Several kinds of tours are offered at the cave, which was discovered by a Texas Highway Department core drilling team in 1963. These tours include an adventure tour, ideal for all ages and skill levels, and a wild cave tour that takes visitors to undeveloped sections of the cavern.
4200 South Interstate 35
Georgetown, TX 78626
(512) 931-2283

Jim Hogg Park
Jim Hogg Park, located on the north shore of Lake Georgetown, offers lake access for boating and fishing. The park sits along San Gabriel River Trail, a 26-mile rugged hiking trail that meanders through a dense forest and scenic prairie grasslands. Picnic areas and more than 140 camp sites can be found within the park, which is open throughout the year.
500 Jim Hogg Road
Georgetown, TX 78633
(512) 930-5253

San Gabriel Park
San Gabriel Park in Georgetown sits on the north shore of the picturesque San Gabriel River on the north side of town. The 180-acre natural area is full of 200-year-old oak trees and miles of hiking and biking trails that follow the river to Georgetown’s other parks. A nine-hole disc golf course, recreational center, and soccer and baseball fields can also be found within the confines of San Gabriel Park.
445 East Morrow Street
Georgetown, TX 78626
(512) 930-3595

The Williamson Museum
Discover the fascinating history of Williamson County at The Williamson Museum. The museum displays a comprehensive collection of photographs and other artifacts at its main location on the downtown square. Tours of the square, and the Williamson County Courthouse, are offered by the museum as well. 
716 South Austin Avenue
Georgetown, TX
(512) 943-1670

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