Life in Liberty Hill
There are a lot of perks to discover in Liberty Hill like art galleries, wineries, symphonies, museums, live theater and fine eateries. You’ll also find a lower cost of living, amazing weather and the charming historic downtown area to fall in love with!
Downtown Liberty Hill still has many of its original buildings, a few of them have been restored preserving that historic, yet charming factor. From unique antique shopping to local artisans and music shops, Liberty Hill is also a fun place to rent a bike and explore what downtown has to offer!
Liberty Hill cuisine offers many locally-owned, authentic restaurants from Tex-Mex to Southern Comfort fare in a down-home setting. Dahlia Café is one place to grab a bite and enjoy live music on the outside patio deck where there is a playground for the kids to enjoy. Liberty Hill is also home to a local winery, a few breweries and even a distillery!
Located within 40 miles of some of the best Texas Hill Country attractions, Liberty Hill offers so much to do close to home. Spend the day exploring some of the best work of Mel Fowler and international sculptures at Liberty Hill Sculpture Park. Or explore a true piece of history at Fort Tumbleweed featuring 12 historic buildings filled with relics from the 1850’s.
Liberty Hill Independent School District is home to 1 high school, 2 middle schools and 4 elementary schools and is highly rated with an excellent student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. Ranked #3 Best school district in Williamson County, it’s an outstanding place for education.
Surrounded by Stunning Hill Country Views
Highly acclaimed school district by Texas Education Agency
One of the lowest crime rates for its size in Texas -CrimeGrade.org