Gruene Market Days


Gruene Market Days are held 3rd full weekend of each month February through November and the 1st weekend of December. Market hours are 10am – 5pm


Gruene Market Days Info

Come and experience the charming and unique Gruene Market Days, a Texan tradition held in the historic district of Gruene, TX. This monthly event transforms the quaint town into a vibrant hub that attracts locals and visitors alike. With over 100 artisans showcasing their talents, Market Days is a haven for handmade enthusiasts, offering an extensive array of crafted items that reflect the rich artistry of the region.

This market offers more than just a shopping experience; it’s a sensory journey through the heart of Texas culture.

The excitement doesn’t end after the monthly Market Days. Gruene hosts scheduled seasonal events, ensuring that each visit brings something new and exciting.

Whether it’s a themed celebration, festive activities, or community gatherings, Market Days is a dynamic and ever-evolving experience.

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Gruene, where craftsmanship, culinary delights, and cultural celebrations come together to invite you to explore, indulge, and revel in the spirit of this historic town. Market Days are held every month except for January.

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3rd full weekend Feb-Nov and the 1st weekend in December 10am – 5pm

No market days in January.


Gruene Historic District (in front of Adobe Verde)

From IH-35, take Exit #191, go west 1.5 miles,
take a left onto Hunter Road


Over 100 Local Artisans and Crafters

Cash and Credit accepted.

Market Days in Gruene

Gruene Market Days in Gruene are a unique experience as all the products sold there are handmade by the vendors. No pre-fabricated goods are allowed!

Admission is free, and you can find various unique items ranging from jewelry, leather goods, and painted artwork to beautiful handmade quilts, woodcrafts, furnishings, clothing, and much more. Gruene is near New Braunfels, TX, alongside the beautiful Guadalupe River.