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Rummy’s Beach Club in Spring, Texas is an exclusive, PRIVATE, one-of-a-kind dog facility whose focus is your dog. You and you dog have the luxur... Read More
This historic district, located on Route 66, has more than 100 shops, restaurants and bars, all nestled in quaint, architecturally unique buildings. ... Read More
Baylor's beautiful campus features Gorgian and Victorian architecture. Leashed pets are welcome to stroll the pathways with you, but are not allowed i... Read More
Take a Jeep tour of the specacular Palo Duro Canyon with informative and friendly guides - there are five tours to choose from - or enjoy an authentic... Read More
Play in the agility course, take a class (choices include a lot more than basic obediance), chase the ball, or just hang out in the den and watch tele... Read More
Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride in downtown Austin. Well behaved, leashed pets are welcome to join their family for the tour.
Whether you are here for the day, or spending several days at the ranch, you will have the opportunity to watch or help the cowboys tend the livestock... Read More
This 1,200-acre park includes a monument, battleground and the battleship Texas. The famous battle fought here brought Texas to its independence. Le... Read More
Knollwood is a unique neighborhood located outside the bustle of east Austin. The neighborhood association states it best: "Our mission is simple:W... Read More
This tribute to the agricultural community includes a collection of antique farm equipment and machinery, including a Caterpillar combine used in the ... Read More
Waterfront attractions include restaurants and beautiful views of the historic waterfront.
45 minute dolphin tours every hour on the hour. Pets ride free!
This award-winning living history museum brings the West Texas Frontier to life with over a dozen original buildings and scores of historic artifacts.... Read More
This museum was created to preserve artifacts and information about San Antonio's transportation history. The museum has its own heritage railroad, t... Read More
Board the beautiful Flagship and enjoy a cruise of Corpus Christi Bay during the day, or at night when you can admire the striking cityscape skyline. ... Read More
This 293-acre park is comprised of three main attractions, Indepence Hall, where the Texas Declaration of Independence was signed, the Star of the Rep... Read More
Join Austin Ghosts on a pet-friendly walking ghost tour as we explore stories of Austin’s past that have led to creepy encounters with the other ... Read More
This museum's prize exhibit is Chuckie, one of the few remaining B-17s in the world. There are over 20 aircraft at the museum in various conditions. ... Read More
Choose a short, medium or long tube trip on the Guadalupe River. Dogs are welcome, however you are responsible for their behavior and well-being. Lea... Read More
Ten graffiti-covered Cadillacs from 1949 - 1963, representing the Golden Age of American Automobiles, have been half-buried, nose-down, facing west at... Read More
Ride back into history on one of the five lovingly restored, antique electric streetcars, traveling on some of Dallas' oldest original streetcar track... Read More
The historic Pearl Brewery is the centerpiece of this walkable and popular neighborhood. Many restaurants are pet-friendly. Pets are also welcome a... Read More
Take this walking tours of haunted spots in San Antonio. Dogs on leash are welcome.
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Explore the grounds of the Alamo and walk along the River Walk to view some of San Antonio’s oldest and most haunted buildings. Leashed dogs are ... Read More
This 90 minute walking tour will take you by the Alamo, Spanish Governor’s Mansion, and Menger Hotel. The Ghost Walk is dog friendly, however “... Read More
Established in 1867, along the banks of the conco River, this is on the the best preserved frontier forts, with 23 original and restored structures. ... Read More
This is a recreated village providing a view of life in the pioneer days in Corsicana and Navarro Counites. Well behaved, leashed pets are welcome to... Read More
This 22-acre site is one of the most pristine historic sites in Texas. Although much of the fort was destroyed by fire shortly after the army abandon... Read More
Capturing both the design of anchient Chinese architecture and the elegance of a formal English garden, this 3.5-acre estate is navigated by meanderin... Read More
This historic site sits on the sandstone bluffs overlooking the Colorado River. Pets are welcome on the grounds but not allowed in buildings.
This charming, reconstructed historic village provides a broad spectrum of 19th century East Texas architecture, from simple log cabins to Victorian h... Read More
Numerous performances are done here each year. They have hillside seating, and ask that pets be kept on the outer edge of that area. Pets must be qu... Read More
River City Ghosts’ walking ghost tour takes you into the heart of Old Town San Antonio, one of the most haunted cities in the country. Our ghost ... Read More
This museum, located on 28 acres of rolling city park land, features 120 rare and fully restored water-pumping windmills. The museum also has a displ... Read More
At Academy Sports + Outdoors, we make it easier for everyone to enjoy more sports and outdoors. At each of our 230+ locations, we carry a wide range o... Read More
Offering horse-drawn carriage tours from 20 minutes to over an hour, this carriage company allows well behaved, leashed pet to join their family for t... Read More
Visit 8 of the most haunted sites in Dallas on nightly tours (starting at 8 p.m.)
Leashed pets are always welcome as long as they will not... Read More
Rent a canoe or kayak and explore the many parks and gardens located on Town Lake. Well behaved, leashed pets are welcome on the rentals.
Twelve fenced dog-friendly acres with lavender fields, a dog-friendly store, pet station, and picnic tables. Free admission, open 7 days a week. Right... Read More
Located on 13 acres of woodland, this living history museum portrays live in North Texas from 1840-1910. The museum consists of 38 historic structure... Read More
The Texas Capitol Grounds consist of approximately 22 acres and feature a park-like setting and 17 monuments. Pet friendly self-guided tours are avail... Read More
Pets are welcome on the grounds but not allowed in park buildings.
This village consists of 14 homes, businesses and outbuildings from the 1800's. A tour of the site provides a glimpse into what life was like for Tex... Read More
See over 100 life-sized dinosaurs which are displayed outdoors with explanatory signs. Well behaved, leashed dogs are welcome to join you at this the... Read More
This bookstore is renowned in the mystery reader/writer and independent bookstore circles.
Visit in March to see over 7000 azaleas in bloom. But any time you'll find a beautiful wooded walk with other flowering shrubs. Keep your dog on leash... Read More
This free museum is open most weekdays. Outside you'll find one of the largest fire hydrants in the world, painted in Dalmatian spots. You may be allo... Read More
58 year old world famous steak house, motel, RV park, equestrian overnight motel, concert/event center, family amusement center, dog park, Amarillo Hu... Read More
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