With so many things to attract you to San Marcos, it can be hard to choose what to do first. From exciting outdoor adventures to the largest outlet shopping center in the U.S. - let's plan your next #SMTXperience!
Downtown | Fourteen area artists together created the vibrant, artist-owned 218 Co-op Gallery. Housed in a historic downtown buildings, the gallery’s vintage brick and plaster walls provide a warm backdrop for the eclectic mix of art, jewelry sculpture and functional wares.
There are very few music venues that have as much musical reverence and historical charm as Cheatham Street Warehouse.
The Meadows Center Glass Bottom Boat Tours, formerly Aquarena Center, offers interpretive and self-guided tours, historic glass bottom boat rides, wetlands boardwalk, Texas River exhibits, nature-friendly Gift Shop and much more.
Middleton Brewing- A Texas Hill Country Brew Pub featuring a 13 unique beers brewed on site!
Nighttime Glow SUP paddle adventures, larger-than-life SUPZILLA Paddle Barges and calming Paddle Board Yoga sessions - Paddle SMTX hasl fun paddle activities for you! Are you a paddle beginner? No worries, Paddle SMTX is perfect for those ready to get their feet wet - literally.
In addition to displaying the art work of many local talented artists, Patio Dolcetto offers one of the best varieties of excellent wines in the county with over 90 different bottles in every varietal and over 40 high-end craft beers.
Downtown | Among our treasures, locally-owned shops and restaurants, bistros and nightspots adorn every corner of historic downtown San Marcos, fueling American’s favorite vacation pastimes – shopping and eating!
About 251 acres of undeveloped parkland that sits just above the headwaters of the San Marcos River.
Wimberley Glassworks is known worldwide for its beautiful hand blown glass art and lighting pieces. A visit to the gallery is unique, visitors can observe the beautiful craftsmenship of glassblowing and then shop the gallery.
Visitors have enjoyed touring the Balcones Fault Line cave for more than 105 years at Wonder World Park, the first Texas commercial show cave. Today, the park has many other attractions for family fun and educational entertainment.