Lockhart Travel Guide

  • UNFASHIONABLE HOROZONTAL STRIPES?
    UNFASHIONABLE HOROZONTAL STRIPES?
    by Rich62
  • BLUE AND WHITE BUSINESS
    BLUE AND WHITE BUSINESS
    by Rich62
  • CORNER
    CORNER
    by Rich62

Lockhart Things to Do

  • Dr. Eugene Clark Library

    The Dr. Eugene Clark Library was built in 1899 and was modeled after the Villa Rotunda in Vicenza, Italy. It is the oldest library in continuous use in the state and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

    more
  • Lockhart Historic District

    Lockhart has a nice historic district with several buildings of historical and/or architectural interest. There is one district and three individual locations in Lockhart listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

    more
  • Lockhart and Caldwell County

    Lockhart is a decent sixed town of about 13,100 (up 13% since 2000) located at the intersection of US Highway 183 and Texas Highway 130 (a toll road) in Caldwell County in South Central Texas, not far from Austin. There was a battle here in 1840 with the Comanche at Plum Creek and the first town here was named "plum creek". The town was later named...

    more

Lockhart Hotels

See all 3 Hotels in Lockhart

Lockhart Restaurants

  • Good food,but won"t give military...

    First time eating here, food was great especially the spare ribs. Since this was our first time at this place, we did not the protocal of waiting by a sign and we did not know what to order because they menu is on a wall behind you . The staff had no patience and was rude. When my asked if they gave a military discount, the cashier stated they did...

    more
  • top-rated BBQ

    USA Today ranked these two among the best BBQ in Texas. Kreuz actually has 585 seats and now offers sides along with your BBQ. pretty luxurious by Texas standards. But they serve no BBQ sauce. They pride themselves on the flavor of their meat.I've never seen either one so I have no photos...yet.But if you are in Lockhart, check 'em out.

    more
  • BREAKFAST TOO!

    Our friends drove us to this spot early one morning and we all had breakfast there. I have never attempted breakfast at a Mexican restaurant, but it was delicious. They have a wide variety of offerings on the menu, something to please anyone I don't remember what it was called, but it involved scrambled eggs, sausage links and pancakes.

    more

Lockhart Off The Beaten Path

  • Lockhart, Texas (BBQ Capital of Tejas)

    I lived in Lockhart from 2000 to 2005. It is a great little town with even better BBQ. If you are ever in Lockhart (60 miles from San Antonio and 30 miles from Austin) be prepared for some great german style BBQ. There are four establisments that have been in business it seems forever. Each one is unique. The least expensive is Chisolm Trail and...

    more
  • Lockhart, Texas (BBQ Capital of Tejas)

    I lived in Lockhart from 2000 to 2005. It is a great little town with even better BBQ. If you are ever in Lockhart (60 miles from San Antonio and 30 miles from Austin) be prepared for some great german style BBQ. There are four establisments that have been in business it seems forever. Each one is unique. The least expensive is Chisolm Trail and...

    more
  • Lockhart, Texas (BBQ Capital of Tejas)

    I lived in Lockhart from 2000 to 2005. It is a great little town with even better BBQ. If you are ever in Lockhart (60 miles from San Antonio and 30 miles from Austin) be prepared for some great german style BBQ. There are four establisments that have been in business it seems forever. Each one is unique. The least expensive is Chisolm Trail and...

    more

Instant Answers: Lockhart

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

54 travelers online now

Comments

 
Explore Deeper into Lockhart
Map of Lockhart

View all Lockhart hotels