Whether your stay is overnight, the weekend or the week, the Brenham area offers a full array of things to see, do and experience to fill your visit with special memories. Need some ideas? Contact our Visitor Center staff to help!
Glissman’s Gift Gallery is a unique, one-of-a-kind gift and collectible shop. Located in historic Downtown Brenham, in an 1860s two-story masonry building built by J.T. Parnell. Also housing the display of original items from Glissman’s Drug Store.
A family-owned winery in historic Washington, Texas, Chapelton Vineyards at Lyn Ranch is 75 acres of Blanc du Bois, Tempranillo and Merlot. Established in 2014, the vineyard offers several venues and flows, and is now booking events. Weddings, elopements, private celebrations and corporate retreats, Chapelton Vineyards provides upscale experiences in their villa, winery, and barndominium venues. By appointment only, for tastings, tours or inquires. For more information follow @chapelton_vineyards on Instagram, or join the wine club online at chapeltonvineyards.com. Text or call 979-347-3368.
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Come stroll through past and present, visit more than 25 shops and spend some time relaxing in this National Register district. Brenham’s downtown buildings reflect the town’s early history and charm.
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This 8-acre retail garden features antique roses, native plants, perennials, herbs and wildflowers. Beautiful gardens to stroll and a nice little gift shop to accessorize your garden. Groups are welcome for tours. The Antique Rose Emporium is also a prime location to hold a wedding and/or reception. Facilities include gardens with tents, gazebo, chapel, outdoor covered pavilion and Victorian house – perfect for weddings with up to 225 seated guests.
Welcome to Peeka Ranch, an alpaca farm in Burton, Texas. Located just 15 miles west of Downtown Brenham and 55 miles northwest of Houston, Peeka Ranch is 60 acres of hay meadows, oak trees and 100 alpacas. The public is welcome to come out to the ranch to enjoy seeing, petting and feeding the alpacas. We also have a gift shop with alpaca wool products for sale. Come on out and enjoy the peace and quiet of ranch life! Give us a ring before you come, just to make sure we’re at the ranch and ready to greet you.