The Grapevine Heritage Society reconstructed the old blacksmith shop with the help of volunteer labour and fundraising and the building was dedicated in 1995 by the Mayor.
The old tin shop is on the... more
Aside from offering a multitude of wines to be tasted, Grapefest offers other family-friendly activities during this weekend in September.
Row after row of vendors offering handmade jewelry, artwork,... more
Aside from the lovely shaded courtyard offering comfy table seating and bubbling Spanish tiled fountain, live music can be appreciated every Thursday from 4:00-7:00 pm. and Texas wines sampled. We... more
The last time I was in Grapevine, I only had a couple hours before a flight out of DFW but I did not have anything in particular to do so I just walked down one side of Main Street for about an hour... more
MAIN EVENT keeps kids wanting to come for more to this entertainment venue in Grapevine. We just discovered this game place recently when we took our 11 year old grandson there to play the games. We... more
The Homestead Winery is located in an 1890's Victorian on a quiet, shady street off Main in the midst of small, private homes. Although its main operation is in the Red River Valley of North Texas,... more
Gameworks has enough video games to keep any kid busy for hours--just take lots of money! We hosted three of our grandkids for the Christmas holiday, two remained for ten days after their parents flew... more
This wonderful building is a reconstruction of what was originally the Wallis Hotel back in 1891. A local business man, John Walls built the original building. Its main guests were travelling salesmen... more
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Together with the Palace Theatre, these two theatres combine to create the Palace Arts Center. The Lancaster Theatre actually started out as the Buckner Cash Grocery... more
You'll discover Lake Grapevine if you follow signs indicating 'marinas' along the Northwest Highway, running past the town of Grapevine.
Grapevine lake has 146 miles of shoreline, comprises 6,892... more
In the Fall, The Botanical Garden offers free Saturday concerts to the public. After a hot Texas summer, the weather is perfect for enjoying music under the star-studded sky.
We made it to the last... more
Update: We were treated to a rousing evening of rockin' country gospel music recently at the Palace Theatre--hand clappin' and foot stompin' entertainment, to be sure! To find out more, see the... more
Built in 1901, it served as the Grapevine railroad station until January 31, 1972, When it was abandoned by the railroad. It was about to be demolished when members of the Grapevine Garden Club... more
The new City Hall sits in the middle of Main Street opposite Liberty Park and next to the Old Palace Theatre and the Lancaster Theatre. The ‘Nightwatchman’ stands on top of the dome on City Hall as if... more
The old Palace Theatre was built in 1940. It was later bought by Mrs R.L Slaughter (and oil baroness who was affectionately known as ‘Aunt Susie”) who renovated the old theatre for the Grapevine Opry.... more
I lived in Grapevine for the past 2 years and only recently moved away, to live with my parents for a couple of months to save money for my RTW trip. I miss the city and my apartment, but it's just as...