Ready for more live music? You have come to the right place. Kerrville’s restaurants, bars, saloons and canteens regularly book live acts playing original music in every genre. Get ready to put on your dancing shoes!
Spend the Afternoon at a Museum or Gallery
Kerrville is filled with opportunities to enjoy fine art. Start with the Kerrville Arts and Culture Center (KACC), a vibrant community arts center representing six hundred-member artists working in a variety of media. Experience works installed in three permanent galleries: the James Avery Gallery, the Aline Cornels Gallery, and the James and SJ Derby Gallery, which hold breathtaking paintings, sculptures, three-dimensional pieces, fiber art, and much more. A trip to the KACC is a fantastic way to discover the deep bench of artistic talent in the Texas Hill Country.
Next stop, check out the famed Museum of Western Art
, MoWA for short, where the mythic character of the American West is captured through art. See how different perspectives and cultures are depicted in paintings, sculpture and other media. Do not miss the late 19th Century stagecoach replica, a visitor favorite. To enjoy more Western art, plan a visit to Tom Moss Studio
. For more than 40 years, Moss has made stunning, handcrafted bronze Western-themed sculptures of cowboys, cattle, horses and Native Americans. The studio also features Moss’s Western paintings.