The Hideaway Ranch and Retreat
County Road 196, Glen Rose, Texas, United Stateshttp://www.thehideawayranch.com254-823-6606
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
2155 County Road 2008http://www.fossilrim.com(254) 897-2960A 9.5 mile scenic wildlife drive to see exotic and endangered animals. Open year round 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. Adults $16.95, Seniors $12.95, Kids $9.95
Dublin Dr. Pepper Museum
105 East Elm Streethttp://www.drpeppermuseum.com(254) 445-3939Built in 1906 by architect Milton Scott, the Artesian Manufacturing and Bottling Company was the first building dedicated to the manufacturing of Dr Pepper. Creating a Dr Pepper Museum was the vision of a few devoted enthusiasts of both Dr Pepper and its history. The Artesian Manufacturing and Bottling Company became the Dr Pepper Museum in 1989, then the Dr Pepper Museum and Free Enterprise Institute in 1997. Today it is the Museum’s largest artifact and a tribute to the imagination and talent that fueled Dr Pepper’s success throughout the years.
Dinosaur Valley State Park
1629 Park Road 59http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/park/dinosaur(254) 897-4588113 million year old Dinosaur Tracks in the Paluxy River bed. Camping, picnicking and nature trails. Admission $5.00
Promise In Glen Rose
5000 Texas Drive,Texas Amphitheater,Glen Rose,TX,76043http://www.thepromiseglenrose.com(254) 897-3926An epic Musical drama of the life of Christ. Performances 8 pm every Friday & Saturday, June through October - Season Ends November 1.
Barnard's Mill & Art Museum
307 Southwest Barnard Streethttp://www.barnardsmill.org(254) 897-7494Built in the 1860's. Registered with National & Texas Historic Places. 12 rooms of original art featuring oils, bronzes, watercolors, etchings and artifacts. Open Saturday & Sunday.
Squaw Valley Golf Course
http://www.squawvalleygc.com(254) 897-79564 star rating. 36 holes. PGA instruction. Golf shop. Cafe.
Creation Evidence Museum
3102 FM 205http://www.creationevidence.org(254) 897-3200Archaeological excavations. A scientific look at Creation. Dr. Carl Baugh, Director. Open 10:00am till 4:00pm. Admission $4.00.
Granbury Opera House
133 East State Loop 426http://www.granburyoperahouse.org(817) 573-9191Built in 1886, the Opera House was restored and reopened its doors to professional, live theater in 1975. The Opera House features musicals, plays and melodramas 11 months out of the year. Click the above link to see the current schedule and performance times.
Harbor Lakes Golf Club
2100 Clubhouse Dr.http://www.harborlakes.com(817) 578-8600A WONDERFUL PRIVATE GOLF CLUB LOCATED IN BEAUTIFUL GRANBURY, TEXAS
Bluff Dale Vineyards
5222 County Road 148http://www.bluffdalevineyards.com(254) 728-3540We have wine tastings, wine by the glass or bottle and host parties from 2 people to 40 people. You are welcome to bring a picnic for eating inside or outside or we have light snacks available.
2210 E Highway 377http://granburylanes.com(817) 579-2695A 24-lane bowling center featuring Brunswick automatic scoring, pro-shop, supervised playroom and snack bar.
Granbury Skating Rink
1901 West Pearl Streethttp://www.rinktime.com/skating_rinks/tx/granbury_skating_rink_skating_rink_arena_granbury_tx.cfm(817) 279-8881An air-conditioned skating rink open to the public Friday nights, Saturday mornings and nights, and Sunday afternoons. Available for private parties.
Acton State Park
http://www.stateparks.com/acton_state_park_in_texas.htmlActon State Historic Site is Texas' smallest state park and is located in Hood County. Total acreage .01. The Monument was erected at Acton Cemetery by Legislative appropriation in 1911. By Legislative Act in 1949, site was transferred from custody of State Board of Control to the State Parks Board, now the Parks and Wildlife Department.
Hood County Museum
208 North Crockett Streethttp://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g55921-d2170998-Reviews-Hood_County_Jail_and_Historical(817) 573-5135The museum is housed in an authentic old western jail built in 1885 and located just off the northeast corner of the town square. The museum preserved the upstairs jail cells and hanging gallows just as they were when the County used it as a jail. The main floor houses exhibits on Hood County history covering David Crockett's descendants, General Granbury's tombstone, the Colony, Jesse James, John Wilkes Booth, Bell Starr, Comanche Peak, Barnard's Trading Post, the Brown family piano, and much more. It is recommended to call museum in advance.
Somervell Expo and Texas Amphitheatre
202 Bo Gibbs Blvdwww.glenroseexpo.org254 (897) 4509Conference center. Seats 2,000+. Concessions. Equestrian events. Meetings and Receptions. Bring your event here!