Texas Hill Country for the holidays is magical!Let’s start with the fact that the Texas Hill Country for the Holidays is magical! You’ll find plenty of socially distant activities for everyone. Additionally, many visitors sneak in a few extra days ‘working remote’! After all, why spend the holidays and New Year’s cooped up at home when you can sprinkle adventure on top in the Hill Country!

Holiday lights being lit at LBJ.

Photo by Bryan Frazer

Many visitors find family time in the evenings the perfect way to celebrate. For example, the 51st annual LBJ Tree Lighting celebration will take place on 12/20/2020. This festive event marks more than half a century of welcoming in the winter holidays with light, family and food. Come join us!

 

 

 

 

 


Central Texas Theater Company presents the Princess BallWho doesn’t enjoy a winter ball with fairy tale princesses? On December 11th, 12th and 19th, you can enjoy tea, snacks and create holiday crafts with your favorite princess. Additionally, you can have pictures taken and create a wonderful memory. Your kids would love the chance to spend time with Elsa and Ana (Frozen), Belle (Beauty and the Beast), Rapunzel (Tangled) and Jasmine (Aladdin). Seating is very limited, so be sure to get tickets early.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Relax in this Cozy Cabin under the stars in your private hot tub located outside your back door nestled within a large deck surrounded by trees.

If you prefer to spend the holidays with just the two of you, why not enjoy a fantastic cabin! With so many distractions pulling you away from what is truly important, you can spend time together with minimal interruptions. For example, many cabins offer comfy beds, kitchens and hot tubs. Why not grab a meal in town, then bring a nice bottle of wine back to the cabin and sit under the stars.

With a bit of planning and help from a lodging professional, your visit to the Hill Country for the holidays will be memorable!