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- Crockett Haus -
Hill Country Event Center

Texas Hill Country Wedding Venue

Crockett Haus Event Center is comprised of two historic buildings, including the Wohnhaus and the 1883 Blacksmith Bar, the spacious Biergarten and iconic Stage in downtown Fredericksburg, Texas.

Started as an apothecary shop eleven years after the Battle of the Alamo, Crockett Haus now provides historic charm with a modern flare as an wedding venue and event center in Fredericksburg Texas. Restored with loving attention, this German classic is the perfect backdrop for any style event: vintage, industrial, rustic, or modern - from simplistic to elaborate. Celebrate your special occasion on this spacious town lot across from Marktplatz.

Venue Features


Host small gatherings or up to 300 of your closest friends and family for your special event. Configure the perfect setting for your event, utilizing three unique spaces or the entire venue.



The largest building on the property includes two combined residences built in 1847 and 1867. Classic German architecture influenced this southwestern saltbox with an upstairs for a Bridal Suite and dressing area or an entertainer’s greenroom. The downstairs is suitable for dining, entertainment or meetings.


Blacksmith Bar

Built in 1883, this building has been transformed from a blacksmith shop to a cornerstone of your event hospitality. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres service are memorable at this exceptional bar. An unpretentious kitchen is perfect for staging catering services.



Your options include: space for dancing on the slab, event tents, and outdoor dining. A warm glow from the fire pit compliments cool Hill Country evenings. Our lush lawn accommodates garden style weddings, space for hundreds, and yard games. Hand hewn Crockett Haus Farm Tables are available for your event with many layout options. Decorate these substantial tables to match your theme from casual to elegant. Biergarten restrooms add outdoor convenience for large gatherings.

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