Grapevine’s Historic Main Street is open and we are ready to welcome you to our iconic restaurants, shops, art galleries, winery tasting rooms, farmers markets and more. Be sure to make time to explore!
Art & Culture
Whether you’re a theater buff or a visual art connoisseur, the art and culture scene in Grapevine is thriving and offers tons to discover. Historic Downtown Grapevine is home to numerous art galleries, many within walking distance of one another. Enjoy a live glass blowing demonstration at Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Gallery or watch a blacksmith weld at Millican's Blacksmith Shop. See some of the most beautiful works of art at new and recently opened galleries throughout the city. There are studios where you can paint your own painting or others where you can design your own pottery.
Along Historic Main Street, between the Cotton Belt Depot and Northwest Highway, you’ll find bronze works of art, each depicting characters of the city or pieces of Grapevine’s history, as part of the city’s Public Art Trail, Art Along the Trail. The city also boasts the 25-year-old Grapevine Opry where country music classics are performed, the Texas Star Dinner Theater where the Wild West comes to life and the 1940s Palace Arts Theatre known for its live performances and classic movies.
When you visit Grapevine, you’ll easily get your fill of enlightening arts and culture. Get ready to be entertained.
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