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Visit Llano for a Dazzling Arts and Culture Trip Into the Texas Hill Country

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Located in the Hill Country, in the heart of Texas, Llano is known as a wonderful vacation spot for travelers from near and far. With many a spot to grab a bite to eat, catch up on area history, and enjoy the local arts and culture, it’s easy to enjoy this Lone Star State locale. The attractions in Llano center around art and history, making this a wonderful stop for those looking to bone up on their downtime, filling it with peaceful, intellectual activities, or simply relaxing and enjoying a charming Hill Country stay. Here are some great things to do when visiting Llano.

1. Visit Main Street Affairs

Visit Llano for an Arts and Culture Trip Into the Texas Hill Country

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Defined as an “eclectic wine bar” by its Facebook page, Main Street Affairs sets the scene for a relaxing time away with many a local winery product, not to mention a wonderful selection of fine retail goods to complement them such as chocolates and olive oils. A stop for a vacation toast might also see you getting some great shopping in at the same time!

2. Check Out the Llano County Historical Museum

Visit Llano for an Arts and Culture Trip Into the Texas Hill Country

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Located in what was originally Bruhl’s Drugstore (founded in 1900), the Llano County Historical Museum is open from Wednesday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. It features a great main gallery together with a number of exhibits on historic schools, churches, and cemeteries, families, and historic events, with an excellent collection of photos and artifacts.

3. Visit the Llano Fine Arts Guild and Gallery

Visit Llano for an Arts and Culture Trip Into the Texas Hill Country

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Welcoming the public to not only view and buy art, but to also create, the Llano Fine Arts Guild and Gallery is a non-profit guild of artists local to the Texas Hill Country. They work to promote art in the community through various programs and education. Their gallery displays many a work of art from the local talents including jewelry, western art, stained glass, ceramics, woodcarving, and mesquite furnishings, to name a few.