History is one of my passions, especially with places that provide an amusing twist, unique diversions and wholesome atmosphere. All three can be quickly found in this quaint restored downtown area of the original township (larger than Houston during the mid-1850s because of its railhead and lumber/milling industries and a key transfer/trading center between North Texas and the booming, bawdy... 更多
It is a lovely place to shop. I liked the variety of places I could browse. I patronize small businesses when I can and appreciated that I could do so. It's a nice leisurely stroll with many options for all. Food, shopping, desserts and drinks for all ages. What more could you ask for.
Fun place to visit, old history there many little shops of all kinds good food, live music on weekends. been there many times with family and friends
3 streets of cute walking / shopping / restaurants / water holes / souvenirs / antiques etc .... old town is charming and well worth a visit , spend the day exploring - have diner and a few drinks in the pm for a night out , you'll feel not in a Suburb but a welcoming old town Step back... 更多
old fashioned places in old fashioned town. quirky shops a tea shop being run now by 2 women from england!!where we come from.they had a big craft fair on day we wre there. like stepping back into time
We go to Old Town Spring at least once a year during the Crawfish Festival. It is fun to wander down the street and check out all the cute speciality shops. You feel like you have gone back in time to a small town's main street. During the Crawfish Festival there are additional vendors selling food and other goods. Family... 更多
Not too far from Houston but out of the hustle and bustle of the big town. This little gem of a town is several streets of quaint shops and eateries. Great place to just unwind and get a few gifts for people or some unique items for yourself. Several restaurants to choose from as well. A nice change of pace.