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What's Going On in the Granbury Area.....

  1. U.S. Veterans Museum

    July 22, 10:00 AM - July 25, 4:00 PM @ 601 Thorp Springs Rd.

    Come see historic memorabilia from U.S. Military involvement throughout the World since the Civil War. Don't miss this museum.

  2. Hood County Jail Museum

    July 25, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ 208 North Crockett Street

    This historic jail built in 1885 housed many a criminal in it hey-day. The jail cells are on the second floor, the tall tower of the jail is there to accommodate hangings, the sherrifs office, kitchen, photos, artifacts and stories are all there presented by very knowlegeable volunteer historians. Don't miss this historical venue. Group tours available, please call the number listed and leave your information.

  3. D'Vine Wine on the Square present: Music, Massage and Merlot

    July 25, 6:30 PM @ 107 East Bridge St on Historic Square

    Come on in and enjoy our great selection of over 20 fine wines. Listen to great music, enjoy a massage($1 per minute) or all three. Or you can make your own wine, bottle it, create your own label. A great place for parties, weddings, birthdays, showers and more. Call for more information. We're are closed on Mondays.

  4. Granbury Ghosts and Legends Tours - Tours @ 7p and 9:15p

    July 25, 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM @ Historic Granbury Square
    Granbury, TX 76048

    Our renowned Ghosts and Legends tour will walk you to our Historic Square, where you will be told about the famous and infamous characters of Granbury's past....and maybe the present? Stories about the Lady in Red, The Faceless Girl, John Wilkes Booth, outlaw Jesse James and many others.

  5. Last Mile Cemetery Tour

    July 25, 10:45 PM - 11:45 PM @ Historic Granbury Cemetery
    Just 1/2 Mile North of Square
    Granbury, TX 76048

    You'll meet a designated location on the Square, then be given instructions about the tour. This historically based tour will visit grave sites of several of Granbury's founding members and residents including General Granbury, Ashley Crockett (grandson of David), the grave site of outlaw Jesse James and many other interesting characters and their stories. Be sure to BRING A FLASHLIGHT and wear good walking shoes.

  6. Barking Rock Winery in Granbury

    July 26, All Day @ Houston St North to Loop 567 turn left to Andrews

    This family operated winery faciliates tastings of fine wines. You can stroll about our vineyard or talk with us about our winemaking process or just good conversation. Bring along a friend to enjoy the afternoon in a comfortable setting.

  7. Revolver Brewing Tour

    July 26, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ 5650 Matlock Road

    Yes, for only $10 you'll receive a tour at 1:30p, four beer tastings,, plus a revolver pint size mug souvenir. Food vendors on site. Also have many types of other souveniers available. Come on by and enjoy our hospitality and our fine beer!

  8. Granbury Dollhouse Museum

    July 26, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ 421 West Bridge Street

    Over 800 dolls from all over the world are on display in this fabulous museum. Dolls from 1868 to the present include such names as Mattel, Madam Alexander, Vogue and characters as Clark Gable, Prince William and Kate Middleton, Little Debbie, Marilyn Monroe and many, many more.

  9. Hood County Jail Museum

    July 26, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ 208 North Crockett Street

    This historic jail built in 1885 housed many a criminal in it hey-day. The jail cells are on the second floor, the tall tower of the jail is there to accommodate hangings, the sherrifs office, kitchen, photos, artifacts and stories are all there presented by very knowlegeable volunteer historians. Don't miss this historical venue. Group tours available, please call the number listed and leave your information.

  10. The Bridge Street History Center

    July 26, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ 319 East Bridge Street

    This center was established to collect, preserve and interpret the life stories of the people of Granbury and Hood County and to examine how they illuminated the history of American. The center is the David Lee Nutt House, He was of the central and historical figures of Granbury.

  11. The Winery at Pemberton Cellars

    July 26, 1:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ 3500 Lipan Highway

    Come and enjoy our beautiful vineyard and winery. Taste our award winning wines, either by the glass or bottle. Bring a picnic or snack, relax and enjoy the gorgeous Texas sunsets.

  12. Yeats-Duke 1858 Working Museum with Gift Shop

    July 26, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ 214 N. Crockett

    Make plans to visit this 1858 Log Cabin with a unique gift shop filled with homemade gifts for sale. Demonstrations are held between 2-4 pm to show you how to make different items; Teddy Bears, rug hooking, weaving, doll making, spinning, crocheting, etc. You don't want to miss this Museum!

  13. Granbury Founders and Legends Escorted Walking Tour

    July 26, 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM @ Meet at Nutt House Hotel

    Walk our Historic District with our knowledgeable guide, who'll be dressed in period attire, to visit the Historic Nutt House Hotel, Historic Hood County Jail Museum and the 1858 Yeats-Duke Working Museum. You'll step back in time as we share some of the legends and stories of Granbury, Comanche Peak, John St.Helen(John Wilkes Booth), Jesse James, the famous outlaw and Carrie Nation from prohibition days plus many more. Reservations requested. Tour limited to 20 people.

  14. Last Saturday Gallery Night on the Square

    July 26, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Historic Granbury Square
    Granbury, TX 76048

    The Galleries of Granbury: Langdon Center Art Gallery, Artefactz, Shanley House Art Gallery, Sculpted Steel, Yeats-Duke 1858 Working Museum, Gallery at Granbury Theatre and Your Private Collection Art Gallery will host this free art walk held the last Saturday of each month. Open til 9pm, come meet with the artists, see demonstrations, have some hors d'oeuveres, wine and music.

  15. Granbury Ghosts and Legends Tours - Tours @ 7p and 9:15p

    July 26, 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM @ Historic Granbury Square
    Granbury, TX 76048

    Our renowned Ghosts and Legends tour will walk you to our Historic Square, where you will be told about the famous and infamous characters of Granbury's past....and maybe the present? Stories about the Lady in Red, The Faceless Girl, John Wilkes Booth, outlaw Jesse James and many others.

  16. Granbury Theatre presents: Exploring Mark Twain- TWO SPECIAL PERFORMANCES

    July 26, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Granbury Opera House
    Historic Granbury Square
    Granbury, TX 76048

    Mark Twain, America's Greatest Author and Humorist is brought to life through the considerable talents of Jamie Long. From the moment Jamie walks on stage there is no doubt that the celebrated humorist Mark Twain was and continues to be, one of America's greatest natural resources

  17. Last Mile Cemetery Tour

    July 26, 10:45 PM - 11:45 PM @ Historic Granbury Cemetery
    Just 1/2 Mile North of Square
    Granbury, TX 76048

    You'll meet a designated location on the Square, then be given instructions about the tour. This historically based tour will visit grave sites of several of Granbury's founding members and residents including General Granbury, Ashley Crockett (grandson of David), the grave site of outlaw Jesse James and many other interesting characters and their stories. Be sure to BRING A FLASHLIGHT and wear good walking shoes.

  18. Granbury Dollhouse Museum

    July 27, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ In Historic District
    421 Bridge Street
    Granbury, TX 76048

    Over 800 dolls from all over the world from 1868 to the present time including famous names such as Mattel, Vogue, Madame Alexander, Ideal and characters such as Clark Gable,, Little Debbie, bride dolls, Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton, Campbell Soup Kids and many more.

  19. Granbury Dollhouse Museum

    July 27, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ 421 West Bridge Street

    Over 800 dolls from all over the world are on display in this fabulous museum. Dolls from 1868 to the present include such names as Mattel, Madam Alexander, Vogue and characters as Clark Gable, Prince William and Kate Middleton, Little Debbie, Marilyn Monroe and many, many more.

  20. Hood County Jail Museum

    July 27, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ 208 North Crockett Street

    This historic jail built in 1885 housed many a criminal in it hey-day. The jail cells are on the second floor, the tall tower of the jail is there to accommodate hangings, the sherrifs office, kitchen, photos, artifacts and stories are all there presented by very knowlegeable volunteer historians. Don't miss this historical venue. Group tours available, please call the number listed and leave your information.

  21. The Winery at Pemberton Cellars

    July 27, 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ 3500 Lipan Highway

    Come and enjoy our beautiful vineyard and winery. Taste our award winning wines by the glass or bottle. Bring your picnic or snacks and just enjoy the view.

  22. Granbury Founders and Legends Escorted Walking Tour

    July 27, 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM @ Meet at Nutt House Hotel

    Walk our Historic District with our knowledgeable guide, who'll be dressed in period attire, to visit the Historic Nutt House Hotel, Historic Hood County Jail Museum and the 1858 Yeats-Duke Working Museum. You'll step back in time as we share some of the legends and stories of Granbury, Comanche Peak, John St.Helen(John Wilkes Booth), Jesse James, the famous outlaw and Carrie Nation from prohibition days plus many more. Reservations requested. Tour limited to 20 people.

  23. Granbury Theatre Company presents: Exploring Mark Twain - SPECIAL PERFORMANCE

    July 27, 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ Granbury Opera House
    Historic Granbury Square
    Granbury, TX 76048

    Mark Twain, America's Greatest Author and Humorist is brought to life through the considerable talents of Jamie Long. From the moment Jamie walks on stage there is no doubt that the celebrated humorist Mark Twain was and continues to be, one of America's greatest natural resources!



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