Local Attractions

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While staying at JMB Ranch Bed and Breakfast you need to visit some of the great restaurants and historical points of interest around the area. In addition, there is some of the best "antique shopping" in Texas. All within driving distance of JMB Ranch.

We have listed just a few of the recommended restaurants and points of interest that offer both historical information and fun to your visit with us:

The Turtle Restaurant - "Highly recommended and one of our favorite restaurants", Jim and Julie Brown, owners of JMB Ranch. 
Located at 514 Center Avenue, Brownwood, Texas 76801, phone 325-646-8200. Member Slow Food USA, GoTexan, The Wine and Food Foundation of Texas, Chefs Collaborative and Local Harvest, dedicated to bringing food from farm to table. Click here for sample menus: Lunch Menu, Dinner Menu

Fredericksburg, Texas -
The city of Fredericksburg has become a weekend destination for people  who come for the  abundant hunting, fishing, antique stores, museums, the German influence in the form of bakeries, restaurants, stores, and peaches.


Luckenbach, Texas - This tiny hill country hamlet where “Everybody’s Somebody” was established as a Trading Post in 1849 making it one of the oldest settlements in Gillespie County.

Brady, Texas -
Located just south of the exact point that marks the geographic center of the state, Brady is certainly the "True Heart of Texas.

The Regency Bridge - This popular bridge is the one seen on “Texas Country Reporter.” It is one of the few swinging bridges in use in the state today. The bridge spans the Colorado River, dividing Mills County from San Saba County.

Great Texas Wildlife Trails - Brown County has six official sites on the Texas Parks and Wildlife “Great Texas Wildlife Trails.”  Four more sites are in nearby Coleman County.  Perfect for birders, wildlife enthusiasts, and Sunday drivers.  Map available at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce or visit their website


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