Taylor Made Texas.
Taylor is the quintessential small Texas town. We’ve got stunning sunsets, fields of cotton, the best barbecue in the world and plenty of horseback-riding cowboys—but we’re also so much more than that. Since 2009, more than 20 companies have expanded or relocated to Taylor because of our small-business-friendly attitude.
Taylor is at the start of something big—which shouldn’t come as a surprise, right?
That’s just how we operate here in Texas. We have the diverse culture, the natural beauty and the opportunity every city seeks. When you visit us, you’re not just visiting another small Texas town—you’re visiting a city that is something truly special. You’re visiting Taylor Made Texas.
Top 10 Things to Do
Shopping in Historic Downtown
Peruse our historic 9-block downtown district where locally owned antique shops, artisan boutiques, and restaurants line the streets.
Stop by one or all of our world-famous BBQ restaurants for a real taste of Texas BBQ!
Taylor boasts an impressive parks system with world-class amenities. Stroll through any one of our 5 parks with or enjoy our interconnected hike and bike trails.
By 1878 the town had 1,000 residents and thirty-two businesses, twenty-nine of which were destroyed by fire in 1879. Recovery was rapid, however, and more substantial buildings were constructed. In 1882 the Taylor, Bastrop and Houston Railway reached the community, and machine shops and a roundhouse serviced both rail lines. In 1882 the town was incorporated with a mayor-council form of city government, and in 1883 a public school system replaced a number of private schools.
By 1890 Taylor had two banks and the first savings and loan institution in Texas. An electric company, a cotton compress, and several newspapers were among the new enterprises. A water line from the San Gabriel River; a 100-man volunteer fire department; imported and local entertainment; and an annual fair; made noteworthy news items by 1900.
Central Texas Dressage Society – February Event
Central Texas Dressage Society – February Event @ Williamson County Expo Center
Feb 8 all-day
The Central Texas Dressage Society (CTDS) promotes the cooperation and interchange of ideas among those who are engaged or interested in dressage and dressage-related activities. We provide our members and guests with opportunities for learning[...]
Repticon Exotic Pet Expo
Repticon Exotic Pet Expo @ Williamson County Expo Center
Feb 8 – Feb 9 all-day
More information coming soon! repticon.com/
Taylor Second Saturday 10:00 am
City-Wide Vintage Sale
City-Wide Vintage Sale @ Williamson County Expo Center
Feb 22 – Feb 23 all-day
Keeping Austin Vintage Since 1977! The lively and entertaining City-Wide Garage Sale® has…undergone an evolution of its own – now known as the City-Wide Vintage Sale. It remains a vintage shopper’s haven, already having delighted[...]
G21 Car Show 9:00 am
G21 Car Show @ Bealls
Feb 23 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Downtown Taylor is home to a variety of happenings through the month! In addition to 3rd Thursday, 2nd Saturday and numerous festivals, the town also welcomes the G21 Car Show on every 4th Sunday of[...]
The House that BEER Built 2:00 pm