Just on the edge of Downtown Buda, this beautifully re-developed site dates back to 1914 and offers over 27,000 SF of space to explore. With so many unique shops, delicious sweets and drinks, and live music weekly you won't want to leave!
Cabela's - The World's Foremost Outfitter
This 185,000 square-foot store sells merchandise for every breed of outdoorsman. Visit the showroom filled with historical firearms, view museum-quality displays of animals in their natural habitats, admire the gigantic aquariums filled with hundreds of live fish, and practice your aim in the indoor archery range. This store also has a restaurant that offers foods such as elk and bison burgers, as well as, their famous fudge. Visit Cabelas.com for more information on the Buda location.
Hike & Bike Trails, Natural Spaces and Recreation
Buda was named the "Outdoor Capital of Texas" by the State of Texas Legislature due to its high percentage of parkland. Enjoy nature as you go "off the beaten path" and explore Buda's hike and bike trails in one of our 17 our scenic parks and natural areas, including the 54-acre Historic Stagecoach Park. Choose from ADA accessible trails with benches or trails that have beautiful wildflower meadows.
Historic Downtown District
Located in the heart of Buda, downtown is six blocks of well-preserved history packed with an exciting collection of antique shops, boutiques, bakeries, coffee shops, old fashioned soda fountain, restaurants, taverns, salons, health and skin care studios, photography studios, an event venue and a wide range of other services anchored in original historic buildings. Check out antiques, boutiques, and specialty shops located in historic downtown.
Historic McElroy-Severn Stagecoach House and Visitor Center
The Buda Visitor Center is home to the McElroy-Severn Stagecoach House and Onion Creek Post Office, both are a national and state historic landmarks. These landmarks were built in 1887 and served as a stagecoach stop and post office for the United States Postal Service until the early 1920's.
Stop by and see our friendly visitor center staff to learn more about Buda's history and let them be your guide to Buda and Central Texas.
Buda is home to several historic homes, buildings and structures that have been here for more than a century. Most notable is the 1898 Building, a truly unique mission-style building with a hundred-year-old elevator inside.
Other noteworthy historic sites in Buda include the Carrington House (formerly known as the Carrington Hotel), Clint's Cabin, and the Porter-Gordon House. See our full list of historic sites and landmarks in Buda.
Jackson Tyler Norris Memorial Skate Park
The skate park, located at 480 S. Loop 4, features a bowl, two ramps, two half pipes, six grinding rails, one stairs, one stair rail, and lights.
The skate park was named after Jackson, a local teen and avid skateboarder who tragically died in June 2011.
Located in the rolling hills of the Texas Hill Counrty, Driftwood, Texas is just a short 14-mile drive from Buda. There you will find some of the best wineries in Central, Texas. For views that will take your breath away and wine that will satisfy any palette, check out the Driftwood Wine Trail website.
Nearby Cities and Attractions
Buda is the sweet spot for your Central Texas getaway. Located just 15 minutes south of Downtown Austin and 20 minutes north of San Marcos, you can be sure that you will be centrally located between all the best area attractions including, Circuit of the Americas.