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A world of possibility is around every corner at Bandera

From home-cooked meals to exploring collections of fossils and relics, there is always something to do. Create a lifetime of memories whether you're by yourself or with loved ones.

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O.S.T. Restaurant (Old Spanish Trail)

Address: 311 Main St, Bandera, TX 78003
Phone: (830) 796-3836

Are you looking for some good old-fashioned down-home cooking? This charming restaurant will take you back in time (specifically 1921)! Make sure to check out their John Wayne room to see pictures of The Duke and many other cowboys and celebrities. Here you can find something for everyone including breakfast, burgers, steaks, chicken and a little Tex Mex thrown in. 

Brick's River Cafe

Address: 1205 Main St, Bandera, TX 78003
Phone: (830) 796-9900

Looking for a local favorite? Try Brick's River Cafe where they can serve your dining needs. This restaurant offers a wide variety of food and drinks for you to enjoy. Whether you come for lunch or dinner, you are sure to have a great time. Remember to check out the beautiful views or better yet, sit on the patio and enjoy the fresh air.

Mi Pueblo Mexican Restaurant

Address: 706 Main St, Bandera, TX 78003

Phone: (830) 796-8047

Looking for a fiesta? Check out the newly updated Mi Pueblo Mexican Restaurant for a traditional Tex-Mex meal. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, we hear the flour tortillas are excellent! Grab the family and enjoy a nice visit while eating a delicious Tex-Mex meal. Click on the slideshow to view the menu!

The Hen's Nest

Address: 1134C Main St, Bandera, TX 78003

Phone: (210) 912-0311

We are a different way to dine focusing on the fresh egg and offer something unique to Bandera cuisine. We also have a fabulous gift shop with items for babies, children, adults, cats, dogs, horses, home and garden.

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Bandera City Park

Address: 511 Main Street Bandera, TX 78003

If you are looking for an easy stroll or a nice picnic you should check out Bandera City Park. You can set up a blanket by the Medina River and have a picnic. Don't have a blanket, no worries they also have picnic Pavilions all you need to do is bring the food. If you're a little adventurous or just looking to see some talent you can check out their skate park.

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Hill Country State Natural Area

Address: 10600 Banders Creek Road, Bandera, TX 78003
Phone: (830) 796-4413

Looking to get out in nature and just explore the beautiful things Bandera has to offer? Visit Hill Country State Natural Area where you can enjoy 50,000 square feet of natural beauty. Explore the canyons, scenic plateaus, and tranquil creek bottoms. Entrance fee for adults is $6 while kids enter for free.

Frontier Times Museum

Address: 510 13th Street, Bandera, Texas
Phone: (830) 796-3864

If history is something you are looking for, check out the Frontier Times Museum which was established in 1933. Be sure to stroll through the "Heroes Hall of Fame" section. On your journey be sure to take a close look at the building itself, as the walls contain a collection of fossils, petrified wood, and arrowheads.




Bandera Historical Rides

Phone: (830) 400-7048

If you're looking for adventure Bandera Historical Rides is looking to take you there. Whether you are a beginner or advanced horse rider Bandera Historical Rides can meet your needs. You can book as little as an hour to a few hours or you can do an overnight ride. Check out all they have to offer and plan your next adventure.

Bandera Natural History Museum 

Address: 267 Old San Antonio Rd, Bandera, TX 78003
Phone: (830) 328-5090

Looking for a wild adventure? Check out the Bandera Natural History Museum where you can see Trixie the triceratops that was used in the “Night at The Museum” film. How fun is that! This museum offers a variety of art exhibits for the whole family. Stroll through the museum and discover giant dinosaurs during an outside stroll or take in their impressive New Spain Art Collection they recently added. This hidden gem is sure to be worth your time.

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The American Indian Jewelry Store


Address: 323 Main, Bandera, Texas 78003
Phone: (830) 796-4000

The American Indian Jewelry Store has a great selection of handcrafted jewelry that is made by Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi Indians. They have a wide variety of rings, pendants, and bracelets. Stop by and check out these beautiful handcrafted items.

Western Trail Antiques & Marketplace

Address: 200 Main St., Bandera TX 78003
Phone: (830) 796-3838

If you're looking to do some antique shopping stroll on over to the Western Trail Antiques & Marketplace. Here you will find a variety of items to shop for. With various vendors and an ever-changing inventory, there are endless items to choose from.


Gone Quiltin'

Address: 1115 Cedar St, Bandera, TX 78003
Phone: (830) 796-4360

Check out Gone Quiltin' for a wide variety of fabrics to make your own quilt, or to get plenty of inspiration throughout their store! In addition, they offer classes and have machines for use. 

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