Ingram

Ingram, Texas is on the north bank of Guadalupe River. Ingram, Texas was founded 1883 by J.C.W. Ingram who built a store and conducted church services. A new section was started in 1936 following a disastrous flood.

Ingram, Texas is a trade center for surrounding camps, vacation and retirement homes.

If you are interested in relocation information, there are many excellent Ingram, Texas real estate firms to assist you. You’ll want to read the Hill Country Real Estate blog for up-to-date information.

Hill Country Arts Foundation: This visual and performing arts facility, founded in 1958, provides a cultural atmosphere for neighbors Kerrville, Texas, and Hunt, Texas, as well as the entire Texas Hill Country. The campus is nestled on the banks of the Guadalupe River and includes an art gallery, four studios, a gift shop, and indoor and outdoor theaters. An array of art and theater workshops is offered for students of all ages and abilities.

Famous artists conduct classes. The theater directed by top professionals. Gallery exhibitions, theater productions and educational classes are conducted year round. It is just west of Ingram on Texas 39.

Old Ingram Business buildings of the old section of Ingram now house art studios and galleries, antique shops, boutiques and restaurants. It is on loop off Texas 39 and Texas 27.

Stonehenge in the Hills Far from the Salisbury Plain in England, this replica of the famous megaliths rises in a rural setting two miles west of Hunt, Texas, on F.M. 1340. Stonehenge II, as it’s called, is 60 percent as tall as the original, and 90 percent as large in circumference. Along with the replica of Stonehenge are Easter Island-type statues. Take Texas 39 to Hunt, Texas.

Ingram, Texas is a short drive to Fredericksburg, Texas, known for its many festivals and unique shops