National Main Street 

Grapevine is proud of it's rich culture and heritage that began in 1843. Today, the city has grown into a thriving center of culture and commerce, anchored by the Grapevine hospitality industry. Venues such as the buildings along Historic Main Street, the Grapevine Vintage RailroadNash Farm, the Settlement to City Museums and more combine to remind locals and visitors alike about the history and heritage of this amazing city.

Grapevine, Texas - 1967

Grapevine in 1967

Grapevine, Texas - 2016

Grapevine 2016

A Great Place to Visit
  • Torian Cabin
  • Calaboose
  • Palace Theatre
  • Cotton Belt Tower


A Great Place to Visit


A Great Place to Work
  • Location
  • Quality Environment with Historic Significance
  • Business Hub of Northeast Tarrant County
  • Restaurants, Hotels and Attractions support our Business Climate

A Great Place to Work


A Great Place to Live
  •    Walkability
  •    Housing Stock: Folk-Victorian to Mid-Century Modern
  •    Commuter Rail: Linking Main Street to Dallas, Fort Worth and the DFW Airport
  •    New 220 Unit Residential Building with Historically-Compatible Facades

A Great Place To Live


A Great Place To Play
  • Safety and Security
  • Day-trippers and Evening Guests
  • Attractions and Events
  • Wine, Dine and Shop