Just a small artistic village with small shops right on the riverwalk. Not much going on unless you like to visit these little shops.
About La Villita Historic Arts Village
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The market is walking distance from the river walk. I expected a little more diversity in the shopping but there was a lot of art shops and very few people there.I wouldn't go back unless you like art.
Multiple tables were set-up for us in the open. Even in October, the sun was shining and it was very warm. The buffet tables were set-up nicely under a pergola. The # 2 bars set-up were conveniently arranged, however the prices were very high! The...More
A beautiful little town to see local art and wears. There is also places to eat a meal or a snacks and even programs that go on during the evenings.
THis is worth seeing, wear walking shoes, the parking garage is very near. Make sure you go inside the very small chapel. Interesting art stores are in small houses.. You can park at the Lutheran church rt. across from La Villita, it cost $ 10.00....More
I was expecting much more. Most stores were disappointing. It's much smaller than I expected. Not many people walking around buying anything.
It was Thursday wanted to celebrate my birthday shopping at the little shops, it looked like a ghost town few shops were open, I guess on the weekends is more fun and crowded
This little village has wuaint shops and beautiful architecture. The stores stock unusual items that you don't se. Anywhere else.
The village is not as exciting as the river walk or the Alamo but certainly worth a visit if you have time. We saved towards the end of our trip but certainly enjoyed the cafe, the history and browsing through the many shops in historic...More
There are quite a few little shops to check out in La Villita. Most are overpriced for what they're selling, but they have a good variety. The area is lovely, with a fountain and seating.