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Welcome to Weatherford, Texas: ‘Growing with Tradition’

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Among the many adventures to discover in Weatherford, Texas it’s easy to see how you can spend a day or weekend uncovering gems like its Chandor Gardens. “Built by famed English portrait artist Douglas Chandor for his Weatherford bride,” shares its website. Chandor Gardens is an inspiring space of architectural treasures with a 30-foot waterfall and secret hideaways that are breathtakingly beautiful.

Other awe-inspiring wonders you can discover and enjoy while taking a trip through Weatherford include the following:

For more on each of these cultural and exciting venues waiting to unveil the beauty and history of Weatherford visit their website www.weatherford-chamber.com.

3. Parker County Peach Festival

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Photo: Facebook/Parker County Peach Festival

Dubbed “The Peach Capital of Texas,” Weatherford is home to one of the sweetest festivals around. This July 14, 2018, marks the 34th annual Peach Festival that attracts over 40,000 visitors each year.

Admission is only $5 for adults and free for children 12 and under. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $4 at the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce. Held in Weatherford’s Historic Downtown district, the one-day festival is a “Premier Texas event.”

There are over 200 arts, crafts, food and activity booths for this fun family-oriented event complete with live music, children’s activities, a peach pedal bike ride, and peaches to your heart’s content. For more on this auspicious event visit their website at www.parkercountypeachfestival.org.

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