Granbury is a city and the county seat of Hood County, Texas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 7,978 and is the principal city of the Granbury Micropolitan Statistical Area. Granbury is located 35 miles (56 km) southwest of Fort Worth, Texas.
Restaurants in Granbury
5 based on 119 reviews
Met up with friends for a weekend at the lake. Decided to try out revolver. It happened to be their anniversary weekend. They stayed open an extra hour as the lines were long to make sure everyone got their beer. Beer was great! Music was good. Weather was amazing. We had a fantastic time. Would definitely make this a stop if you're in the area.
4.5 based on 134 reviews
Granbury Theatre Company is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that manages the Granbury Opera House, produces critically-acclaimed plays and musicals, and hosts concerts and other special events. The company also includes the Granbury Theatre Academy, which offers after-school and summer programs to provide acting, dance, and singing instruction for children, youth, and adults.
If you love Broadway musicals & plays, but would rather not visit NYC, then try the historic Granbury Opera House in Granbury, Texas for a taste of Broadway that is as professional as you can get anywhere. And in a much less busy atmosphere!
4.5 based on 462 reviews
Visit the most historic courthouse square in Texas and enjoy a boutique shopping experience at more than 40 unique stores and relax at nearly a dozen restaurants, bistros and wineries. Meet friends in Granbury, Texas and spend the weekend. "In the Texas Plains and Lakes region 69 miles outside of Dallas, the charming town of Granbury makes frequent appearances on "best small town" lists, and it's easy to see why. The town's historic square, lined by historic landmarks, makes for excellent shopping, and there are plenty of mom n' pop restaurants to choose from when it comes time to refuel. The beach at Lake Granbury offers a way to cool off on those hot Texas afternoons, and there's even a family-friendly boardwalk." -USA Today 10 BEST TRAVEL The FIRST TOWN SQUARE In Texas To Be Listed On The National Register Of Historic Places And Has Become A Prototype For Restoration Projects All Over America. The beautiful Historic Granbury Square provides a central gathering place for entertainment, civic life and commerce and truly is the heart of our downtown community.
Granbury is just one of those special towns that grabs your nostalgic wanderlust. Stroll the historic store fronts, sip a glass of wine and just watch the people go by. Truly a must-visit place. You won't be disappointed.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
The museum is housed in an authentic old western jail built in 1885 and located just off the northeast corner of the town square. The museum preserved the upstairs jail cells and hanging gallows just as they were when the County used it as a jail. The main floor houses exhibits on Hood County history covering David Crockett's descendants, General Granbury's tombstone, the Colony, Jesse James, John Wilkes Booth, Bell Starr, Comanche Peak, Barnard's Trading Post, the Brown family piano, and much more. It is recommended to call museum in advance.
took our granddaughter to the "historic Granbury Square" and happened on this relic of a museum ...we all enjoyed the history of Granbury and the old jailhouse within...for $2 it's a rare find of cheap entertainment...got a great pic of my granddaughter in "the slammer"...lol
4.5 based on 39 reviews
The Granbury Visitors Center is a great place to start your visit to Granbury. The staff are friendly and very informative. Lots of great advise on where to eat, shop, and stay. I always drop by the Visitors Center or Chamber of Commerce office when I visit a town. Ask about unusual things to see or places to go and that special eatery that only town folk know about.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
From Granbury Regional Airport to Shanley Park The Moments in Time Hike/Bike Trail is a brand new facility built in 2006. It is an 8 foot wide concrete trail traversing 2.17 miles from the Granbury Regional Airport to Shanley Park/ Houston Street Park, north of the Historic Downtown Square. Parking locations and restroom facilities are located along the trail. Along the trail, there are nine plaques dedicated to historical people (James Burton Burks and the Thrash Family), places (Comanche Peak, Ice House, Legion Hall, and Brazos Drive-In Theatre) and facts (Stick Horse Factory) of Granbury.
We like to look for outdoor things to do wherever we go. This is a great place to start in Granbury. The markers along the way that tell snippets of the history of this town were nice. Gives you a chance to stop and learn a little. This trail gives you an opportunity to see a little bit of the town. I enjoyed walking past the dog park watching dogs playing. Then the baseball fields watching little ones playing. Then to the city park where any number of activities were going on. If you need to stretch your legs this is the place to do it.
4 based on 83 reviews
New, white sandy beach with Tiki huts, pavilion and children's water features located adjacent to the new Granbury Resort Conference Center & Boardwalk.
I have to chuckle a bit when they call this an attraction; but it popped up that way as a suggested place to review when I reviewed a nearby restaurant. This "beach" is adjacent to the Hilton Garden Inn and the Convention Center so I see it often. It is an area on Lake Granbury where they brought in sand and made a beach. Not quite what I would call a beach; but I guess when your in the middle of a state as big as Texas and the closest real beach is probably a 4 hour drive or more, you will take what you can get... No waves ;)
5 based on 21 reviews
As a guy, I brought my daughter to the Doll House at her request. I wasn't expecting that much from a free museum in a historic house, but I was actually blown away with the size and quality of exhibits. They have dolls of various brands and types going back to the 1800s. They are sorted by type and historical period and I can clearly see that the caretakers look at their work as a labor of love. I was happy to leave a donation for this museum because the world needs more places like this! Go visit, you'll be impressed.... and I don't even like dolls!
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Lake Granbury Marina is a great place to rent paddle boards, canoes, and kayaks for rent!! We have a great shop with tons of merchandise from men, women, children, seadoo supplies, sunscreen, life jackets, and much more!! Pull up on your boat for some gas and great fun.
Great place to go if you like sitting on the dock, enjoying lake view. I love Taco Tuesday! They also have other good food. The best chicken sandwich I have ever eaten. My only complaint is NO HAPPY HOUR and the waitress we had was less than enthusiastic, she didn't even smile which I
4.5 based on 37 reviews
What a great winery. Unfortunately the tasting room is only open on Saturdays, but we were very pleasantly surprised with the quality of the wines. You go to some wineries in small towns and the wines are very sweet and made from things other than grapes. Barking Rocks had great whites and reds. The young lady who helped us with our tasting session was extremely knowledgeable about their wines and very friendly. People from Dallas and Fort Worth are missing out if they don't make the short trip to Granbury to try this winery. We came up from Houston for a long weekend and were very glad we found Barking Rocks.
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