** GRUENE **


Gruene Hall

Gruene Hall, Texas’ oldest dance hall, where legends like George Strait & Willie Nelson or newcomers like Midland & Maren Morris play! Live music every day year ‘round.

Gruene Boot Company

Gruene Boot Company

“The Best Little Boot Store in Texas” boasts a wide array of men’s and women’s cowboy boots.


Old World antiques and collectibles shipped directly from Europe, find everything from unique furnishings and stoneware to books and bottles. Even the most discerning shopper is sure to find a treasure.


Over 6,500 square feet of antiques, collectibles, gifts and decorator items. Housed in H.D. Gruene’s Texas Landmark mercantile building (c. 1903) with original bank vault.


(Formerly Buck Pottery) Come see a craftsman at work. Featuring hand-thrown, wood fired pottery. Also showing the handwork of other skilled potters, jewelers, metal smiths and wood workers.


Got Toys

Not your average toy store! Carrying an eclectic mix of toys for newborns to adults. Feel young again with a variety of classic tin toys, joke items, retro games and much more. Come see the giant duck!

Red and Gruene

Holiday decorations and gifts specializing in memorable, unique Christmas items.


Carrying the highest quality of clothing, footwear and accessories for women and youth from brands we’ve tested and trust. Find gifts, decor and local charm.


Located in the Casa de Pablo Lopez. Specializing in rocks, fossils, jewelry, antiquities from abroad with arrowheads and artifacts. Including home accents, framed art and unique gifts with a Texas twist.

With stages in multiple locations, free music daily, plus ticketed shows and special events, Gruene is where every music-lover makes memories.

Something to satisfy every taste bud, you’ll find craveable favorites from a two-handed sandwich or burger, to sizzling fajitas and fall-off-the-bone ribs all within walking distance.

On the banks of the Guadalupe River, Gruene is part of the area affectionately known as the Hill Country Coast.

Packed to the brim with locally-owned shops, a leisurely stroll through the eclectic collection of retailers will round out your day in the historic district.