The shopping was fun with so many interesting stores. Unfortunately the Opera House had finished one production and was not starting another till the following weekend.
Opera House with wonderful plays, Granbury Live Theater with wonderful music, Brazos Drive-in, Granbury Resort Conference Center to host some wonderful conventions or weddings or anything, shops, shops and more shops (even for your pets), restaraunts, a walking trail, a disc golf, a doggie park, VA museum, Doll museum, Jail museum. It's warm and friendly. We love Granbury, Tx.
The Granbury Town Square is like a step back in time! It is lovely and a wonderful place to shop. The shop owners are all very friendly and have a smile on their face. This area is also very family friendly and there is also a nearby park within walking distance for the kids. I was told they have a horse and carriage on the town square, however I never saw it on Sunday. There are also many restaurants around the square, as well as a opera house.
I am blessed to live in this wonderful town. The square is great! Lots of cute shops of all kinds and great places to eat.
First let me say, this was our first trip to Granbury. We wanted a quick little get away place to go as a couple and felt this was perfect. It rained the entire weekend, but that didn't stop us. We had reservations at the Eighteen Ninety Grille and Lounge at 7pm. That part was great!! Highly recommend it! We wanted to walk around the "historic" square that everyone raved about. So we got there around 5 to shop, knowing we would head to the lounge around 6pm for drinks. There were about 4..FOUR stores opened in the entire square, when most of the signs read they would be opened till 7 or 8pm. Huge disappointment! It was raining, yes..but not enough to close stores. One of the first stores we came to thst was open was a place called St. Helens. The lady was so rude and unwelcoming. She was put out that we were there because that meant she had to stop stocking, cleaning or re arranging or what ever it was she was doing. I complemented her store even though she was rude, didn't get a thank you what so ever! It's a shame too because there was a candle and a pillow I really wanted but my husband refused to give them our money or business. On to store #2 that was opened, Market Square. It was nice and cozy. Smelled good and the lady behind the counter was really nice. Store #3 was Spellbound. That was a great little store. Super friendly and she offered local white wine for tasting. I would definitely go there again. Store #4 was an artsy type store, Artefacts. Cute stuff. Very artsy. Friendly people. For the most part, it was just ok. The average age of the crowd was probably 60. We might go back when it's warmer and the lake rises a bit. I've been to better squares. Denton, McKinney, etc.
There is something interesting on every side of the square。 Unique gift ideas, great food and the weather is usually fantastic!
If you want to visit a place that makes you feel warm (even in the winter), is a lot of fun and is memorable, then come and visit my home town's pride. The Granbury Town Square! You'll find shops that offer unique items for gifts or perhaps something just for you. You'll find food that is famous all over Texas. But more than anything else you'll find yourself really welcome. Granbury's Town Square is beautiful with our historic old County Courthouse as it's center piece.So don't be bashful. Just come on out and let our wonderful and friendly businesses on our famous Granbury Town Square help you to have a great experience! You'll be glad you did. And so will we!
The entire ambience of the square is wonderful. You have everything you need: shopping at great little shops with a variety of products to offer, great food choices from country cooking to fine Italian, and also enjoy concerts and/or stage plays. There is always something going on in the Square.
Lots of shopping and nick-knacks, and many old pretty buildings to admire while walking around. My husband was a little board.
Great place to visit. Lots of unique shops and plenty of restaurants to choose from. Downtown is within walking distance from the Granbury Conference Center.