Life in Grapevine
Grapevine is known for its authentic Texas charm. Our city represents the best of what Texas has to offer: a thriving historic downtown, an active and vibrant community, fantastic shopping, dining, and entertainment, and a coveted school district in the center of one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country.
Grapevine knows how to throw a party and is home to renowned festivals and events that include: Main Street Fest, a three-day craft beer festival; Grapefest, the largest wine festival in the Southwest; and 1,400 Christmas events that make us the Christmas Capital of Texas. These events -- along with the Gaylord Texan, Great Wolf Lodge, and local wineries -- bring over 19-million visitors to Grapevine every year.
Enjoy Grapevine’s Authentic Downtown & Grapevine Mills
Historic Downtown Grapevine features more than 70 locally-owned shops, tasting rooms, boutiques, and restaurants. Visitors can take a quick stroll to enjoy the sights and sounds of Texas culture or spend a few hours discovering the state’s hidden treasures.
Just down the street (and accessible by shuttle), Grapevine Mills Mall offers 1.6 million square feet of retail and entertainment space stocked with vendors as diverse as Saks Fifth Avenue, the Nike Factory Store, Michael Kors, Sea Life Aquarium, and the nation’s first Peppa Pig World of Play. There is no better place for shopping enthusiasts and adventurous families!
Family-Friendly Neighborhoods & Luxury Housing
Grapevine boasts family-friendly neighborhoods, luxury homes, and high-end apartment complexes. These established, upscale neighborhoods continue to thrive and cater to a family-based community. Given the array of amenities and outdoor recreation options within city limits, these homes are surprisingly affordable.
The Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District is a highly rated K-12 public school system located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The exceptional district’s strategic plan includes actively identifying and eliminating barriers that limit access to learning opportunities, designing environments that support social and emotional well-being, and creating a culture that fosters student voices and promotes engagement.