This weekend on the 14th season Premiere of The Texas Bucket List we’ll check out a coffee shop dedicated to Harry Potter in the Coastal Bend. Get some home made Mexican food at Mom’s Kitchen in Van Horn. And we’ll dig into some history at the Perot Museum in Big D! Visit our “Where to Watch” section to see where we air in your area!
The Texas Bucket List – 2019 Christmas Special Preview
‘Tis the season on The Texas Bucket List! Host, Shane McAuliffe, travels around Texas to find some of the state’s best holiday stops for this special Christmas episode. Stops include The Polar Express Train Ride in Galveston, Campo Verde in Dalworthington Gardens, and Moody Gardens in Galveston!
This Weekend on The Texas Bucket List – Ragland Piano Company, Woogie’s Sandwich Shop, and USS Lexington
On this episode of The Texas Bucket List, a sandwich shop with a taste of Cajun country, a piano company in the hometown of a musical legend, and the USS Lexington new escape room attraction.
This Weekend on The Texas Bucket List – Mumphord’s Place, ShangriLlama, and Waymore’s Liquor Store
This week on The Texas Bucket List, a llama castle, old school BBQ, and a trip to Waylon Jennings’ hometown.
This Weekend on The Texas Bucket List – Oliver Saddle Shop, Mary’s Cafe, and the Cave Without A Name
On this episode of The Texas Bucket List, a saddle shop steeped in tradition, a legendary chicken fried steak, and a cave so beautiful it doesn’t even need a name!
This Weekend on The Texas Bucket List – Riley’s Tavern, Pennie’s Tex Mex Take Out, and Charles Goodnight Historical Center
On this episode of The Texas Bucket List, the oldest tavern in Texas, a family restaurant with a tradition of tamales, barbacoa, and BBQ, and the history behind a home referred to as the “Castle on the Prairie.”
This Weekend on The Texas Bucket List – Flacas Fitness & Brews, Ponderosa Restaurant & Motel and Copper Shot Distillery
On this episode of The Texas Bucket List, an eclectic eatery focused on fitness, food, and frothy beverages, some of the states finest whiskey and spirits, and a rest stop restaurant with sizable portions.
This Weekend on The Texas Bucket List – The Orchard, Texas Chili Parlor, and K9 Cinemas
On this weekends episode of The Texas Bucket List, we visit an apple orchard outside of Lubbock, eat a bowl of chili at a legendary Austin parlor, and stop by the world’s first dog friendly movie theater in Plano!
This Weekend on The Texas Bucket List – Julio’s Corn Chips, Henderson & Kane General Store, and Larry Bruce Gardens
On this episode of The Texas Bucket List, we kick off the season with one of Texas’ most beloved tortilla chips, a small general store with a big reputation for BBQ, and a secret garden in the Davy Crockett National Forest full of food, faith and fellowship!
This Weekend on The Texas Bucket List – 2019 Summer Special
There is no better season or time to check off items on your bucket list than during the Texas summer! That’s why this week on The Texas Bucket List Summer Special, we’ll showcase four stupendous stops for your Lone Star State summer travels.
First, Shane takes a stop to see the sights at a state park in Comstock, TX. Seminole Canyon stretches for miles across beautiful Texas terrain, and upon its cavernous walls lie some of the earliest signs of life in our lands that are as old as Egypt’s pyramids.
Next, he swings by La Lomita Park in McAllen, TX, a unique dance hall that specializes in classic Conjunto music. This surprising small-town site serenades the sounds of South every single Sunday since its opening.
The third stop on the Summer Special features traveling beneath the bustle of busy H-Town, to the Houston Cistern, which once supplied the city’s water. The sunken site was forgotten for decades in the dark, but after being rediscovered, it serves as an architectural relic for visitors to tour and explore.
Finally, Shane catches a carriage to Fanthorp Inn in Anderson, TX, a State Historic Site overflowing with Texas history. Not only did it host visitors such as Sam Houston, Zachary Taylor, and Ulysses S. Grant, but it also has resided in four different countries, yet has never moved.
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