The mission of the Blanco Library is to provide open access to information and to promote literacy, love of reading, and lifelong learning opportunities for all members of the community.
The mission of Blanco Performing Arts is to present stellar performances, enhancing the enjoyment of the cultural arts, for the enrichment of the residents of Blanco and its environs.
Carriage Hills Ranch – Where Hill Country weddings are our passion.
The Buggy Barn Museum and Pine-Moore Town will take you back in time. Over 100 unique buggies, carriages and wagons dating back to the 1800’s. Some of the carriages have been used in moves such as: True Grit, Lonesome Dove, Hidalgo, There Will Be Blood, and many more. View the buggies and carriages used in The Son, 1883 and Revolution as well. Take in the museum and tour the Old West Town, complete with an old mercantile building, bank, saloon and a church. There is no living museum like it!
Come for a picnic, afternoon swim, fishing trip or a weekend campout on the banks of the spring-fed Blanco River.
Gem of the Hills Community Center has become a popular site for weddings, anniversaries, family reunions, public meetings, and other community activities. There are daily health and wellness classes and activities. Be sure to check the calendar and pop in for some fun.
The Science Mill is a family destination offering a fun, interactive learning environment for all ages.
The EmilyAnn was founded in 1998 to celebrate the life of Emily Ann Rolling by providing a permanent home for Shakespeare Under the Stars, a program in which Emily excelled as an actress and costume designer.
Blanco’s famous Old Blanco County Courthouse, a Texas Historic Landmark, anchors the square at the heart of downtown Blanco.
With 20 acres in field cultivation, and 22 greenhouses and cold frames., there is always something beautiful blooming at the Arnosky Family Farm. Each year the demand for fresh and potted flowers grows and Texas Specialty Cut Flowers expands to keep up. Cut flowers that are ready for the vase, or potted flowers ready for the porch, this unique flower store will become one of your favorite things about coming to Blanco. Herbs and veggies ready to go in the ground in your garden can be found here too! Be sure to bring cash, the Big Blue Barn is self-service.