Every March, Old Gruene, Texas’ oldest art market, is back with a bang. Get ready to shop for arts and crafts, specialty foods, gift baskets, souvenirs, and much more! The Old Gruene Market Days festival is held for three days in March. Enjoy the beautiful weather, shop old-fashioned handcrafted goods, listen to live music, and take in the beautiful sights of the Old Gruene area.
Enjoy Old Gruene Day with live music, delicious cuisine, local performers, delectable treats, and lots of shopping! You’ll find everything from cookies, ceramic, pottery, candles, furniture, glass, plates, souvenirs to handcrafted quilts, jewelry, fabrics, leather goods, and much more at The Gruene Market Days. Browsing the superb handmade pottery and food will be one of your most enjoyable things to do at this market. Come early to avoid the crowds, and make sure to register for the free tastings before arriving at the festival.
Old Gruene Days are held yearly, so prepare to be amazed by the amount of fantastic artwork, goodies, and souvenirs available on the market for you to purchase. Visit the marketplace and enjoy the beautiful atmosphere, delicious foods, beautiful sights, and the many handmade handicrafts that will be perfect for your home and give you an incredible feeling.
Each of the days at Old Gruene has its featured attractions. For the shoppers and art enthusiasts, head over to the Creighton Plaza. This is a great place to find any unique souvenir imaginable, including photo albums, key chains, clocks, purses, hats, and more. If you are looking for more live music entertainment, then head over to the scheduled jazz sets and bands at Gruene Park. There will also be performances by live artists, DJs, and special events happening each day.
A few blocks from the parking area is The Old Gruene Plantation. Here visitors can take a wagon ride on the open field, which allows them to go on a nature trip. The annual and is an all-day event featuring live music, great food, and fabulous decorations.
Old Gruene Market days are an excellent place for families to visit. The kids will enjoy the face painting and puppet shows, as will the adults. There is no better place for a family to experience Gruene and its remarkable heritage than at one of the markets located in the heart of the town. It’s not too far from the mountains, and it’s very close to the Thomas Edison National Historic Site. The scenery is spectacular, and the people are friendly and helpful.