It's May in Grapevine, which means it's time to celebrate Mom, Main Street Fest, wine and the end of another school year. Here are some of the top things to do this month in Grapevine, Texas.




Celebrate Mother's Day in Grapevine

This year on Mother's Day Weekend, take mom to Grapevine, where she can spend some time celebrating with the kids-and maybe take some tie for herself. The entire family can enjoy fun attractions like LEGOLAND or SEA LIFE Grapevine Aquarium. Then, give mom the time she deserves with shopping in historic Downtown Grapevine, treatments at local spas and a glass of wine or two on Grapevine's Urban Wine Trail.

Family Fun at LEGOLAND in Grapevine 

Find fresh produce at Grapevine Farmers' Market

Now open through October, the Grapevine Farmers' Market sells farm-to-table fruits and vegetables from nearby farms. Additionally, the Grapevine Market features several artisans and craft vendors sell an assortment of items, including homemade candles, soaps and canned goods. Swing by the market Thursday to Saturday between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Libery Park across from Grapevine's City Hall.

Discover the flavors of the Grapevine Farmers Market 

Don't forget to bring the family to Main Street Fest

On May 20, 21 and 22, Grapevine hosts the 32nd Annual Main Street Fest, a family-friendly event where guests can go on unlimited rides (with a pass) and browse vendors selling artisan goods from over 80 local boutique shops, restaurants and other small businesses. Bring the little ones to the KidZone where they can enjoy multiple museum exhibits, shows, and live entertainment.  Adults without children can join in on the fun at Cotton Belt Depot District to sample wine and or check out the Craft Brew Experience to sample over 75 different craft brews. Tickets can be purchased online in advance.

Follow the fun to Main Street Fest in Grapevine 

Head to Grapevine for National Wine Day

Mark your calendar for May 25 for National Wine Day, where you can spend the day discovering Grapevine's Urban Wine Trail. Texas is the fifth largest wine-producing state in the country, so expect delicious and award-winning drinks as you explore its historic downtown district for winery tasting rooms. Extend your stay in Grapevine with the help of this three-day itinerary guide that will give you tips on the best bars, wineries and hotels worth staying in.

Cheers to Grapevine's Urban Wine Trail 

Celebrate Memorial Day weekend and the start of SummerBlast in Grapevine

Kick off the beginning of summer in Grapevine when SummerBlast, the summer-long celebration of all things warm weather and outdoor fun, officially begins. Whether you're bringing the whole family or going on a romantic getaway, summer is the perfect time to make a splash at Gaylord Texan Resort's 10-acre water park or hopping on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad. During rainy days, browse through several museums and galleries or catch a classic flick at the Palace Theater movies for 80s and 90s nostalgia.

Chill out this Summer in Grapevine