MAKE TEXAS-SIZED MEMORIES
Your historic venue comes with a canopy of stately 500-year-old oak trees, a century-old Dancehall with original hardwood floors, and the name of a larger-than-life Texan: Albert. Both the Dancehall, Icehouse & Beer Garden can accommodate gatherings of any size. Reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
A CENTURY-OLD DANCEHALL
Whether it’s your first try at two stepping or an all-company line dance, the 80-by 55-foot Dancehall offers the ideal setting for Texas-size weddings, family reunions, anniversaries, and corporate events.
• Seating for 250+ guests with room for dancing
• Long bar tables along both sides of the Dancehall
• 50 bar stools for additional seating
• Large stage for bands or DJs
• Industrial fans for summer and heaters for winter
A TOAST-WORTHY ICEHOUSE & BEER GARDEN
Surrounded by beautiful 500-year-old oak trees shading long picnic tables, here’s the perfect setting for your outdoor ceremony or event.
• More than 12 acres
• Private spot for wedding parties to gather
• Intimate atmosphere for smaller gatherings
• Open to the public daily, but can be rented
Our onsite facilities feature 2 separate ADA compliant restrooms just a short distance from the Dancehall and Icehouse. Additional portable restrooms (placed near the dancehall) can be made available for an additional cost.
Albert has plenty of parking available for your guests on the property, both near the icehouse and the dancehall.
CATERING & BEVERAGE SERVICE
We welcome licensed & insured caterers. Approval of your caterer is required 30 days prior to your event. Alcohol (beer and wine) must be purchased through the Albert Ice House. Contact us for pricing. Please note there is an 20% gratuity added to the final bill. An alcohol request must be submitted 14 days prior to the event date. In addition to the bartenders, standard bar set up is included (ice, plastic cups, wine and kegs).
A Hill Country Tradition since 1892
In 1892, when Albert and Minnie Luckenbach sold their store in Luckenbach and moved 20 miles east to Martinsburg, the little town was renamed “Albert”. Located just south of Highway 290, halfway between Fredericksburg and Johnson City, the tradition of community gatherings and dancing continues.