The Hill Country Magic Tour begins as you visit the ranch of former President Lyndon B Johnson in Stonewall, Texas, continuing to take visitors through the history and magic of the Fredericksburg area. Set on the Pedernales River the 'Texas White House' sets off the fabulous natural views of the region. The home is a working cattle ranch and the tour allows you to learn exactly how the ranch operates. Also at the ranch you will have the opportunity of viewing both the Texas wildflowers, a pet project of Lady Bird Johnson, and the final resting place of LBJ.
After leaving the breathtaking Johnson cattle ranch you will travel to Fredericksburg, a German community in the Texas Hill Country. This town was founded in the 1800s by determined German pioneers bent on staking their claim on the land. While in town you will be able to visit German shops and restaurants where you can enjoy delicious German cuisine. While in Fredericksburg you will have the opportunity to visit the Admiral Nimitz Museum and Historic Center though admission isn't included in your ticket. You will also be able to see the Historic Walk of the Pacific War and the Japanese Garden of Peace in Fredericksburg.
Your ticket price includes: transportation, narration, admission to the LBJ ranch and various sights in Fredericksburg.
This tour generally lasts around 8 hours.
This tour picks up patrons at local hotels and RV parks so parking shouldn't be an issue.
Cameras are welcome.
This tour is great for everyone, as long as children are old enough to handle an 8 hour tour.
Dress is casual and comfortable.
This tour is handicap accessible if you call ahead and request a handicap accessible bus.
If you are not being picked up at your hotel this tour departs from the Alamo Visitor's Center located in the Historic Menger Hotel.
Your tour will take place in a large and spacious tour bus.