Kerrville is a hub of the Texas Hill Country Art community. Famous artists are hidden in those nearby hills! Even jewelry craftsman James Avery is headquartered in Kerrville. It is home to the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, Hill Country Arts Foundation, Kerrville Performing Arts Society and Symphony of the Hills. Music of every kind can be found in Kerrville! You can visit the Museum of Western Art and the Hill Country Museum. Visit the Kerrville Convention and Visitors Bureau for more information.
If you prefer to enjoy the year-round mild climate outside, there are festivals, fairs, and rodeo activities. The Kerrville Folk Festival, the Kerr County Fair and the Kerrville Wine and Music Festival make weekends fun for your whole family.
Kerrville has many restaurants overlooking the Guadalupe River.
Enjoy the deck at the Guadalupe River Club - 1483 Junction Hwy., Kerrville, 830-896-3354. They have delicious fresh fried shrimp and oysters all at very reasonable prices.
Other good restaurants to enjoy are:
Be sure to visit the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library. You can step down to the river for a peaceful place to read!