Historic Grapevine Texas
Historic Grapevine, Texas is a go-to vacation destination when planning a trip to North Texas! Grapevine, nestled between Dallas and Fort Worth, is a convenient escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city without having to travel very far.
Visit Grapevine and stay at one of Grapevine’s 19 magnificent hotels with over 5,000 hotel rooms. Step back in time in Historic Downtown Grapevine and visit the lovely shops, celebrated attractions, 10 winery tasting rooms showcasing Texas’ finest wines, over 200 spectacular restaurants, and unique artisan shops.
Play 81 holes of golf or take advantage of 8,000-plus acres of recreation on beautiful Lake Grapevine. Stay and enjoy one of Grapevine’s award-winning festivals and events. Whether you enjoy indoor or outdoor activities, Grapevine has something for everyone.
Antique collectors and vino connoisseurs adore afternoons in Historic Downtown Grapevine. Along the restored Main Street district is an array of galleries, boutiques and wine-tasting rooms.
At the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center on Lake Grapevine, the official hotel of the Dallas Cowboys, sample diverse cuisines and dance in the Glass Cactus Nightclub.
Browse at Grapevine Mills, billed as “the largest value-oriented shopping experience in the Southwest,” which is home to the 200,000-square-foot Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World.
Because Grapevine is known as the “Christmas Capital of Texas,” the city hosts holiday-centered events such as light parades and rides aboard the North Pole Express from mid-November to early January.
In the evening, savor the sounds of live music at the 23-year-old Grapevine Opry, the state’s premier country showcase. Fourth-Friday gospel shows have featured performances by Willie Nelson, LeAnn Rimes, Keith Anderson, the Judds and Miranda Lambert.