In addition to boasting a local brewery, Burleson is home to three wineries. D'Vine Wines on Main Street handcrafts more than 15 varieties of traditional and fruit wines on site and is always open for tastings in a relaxed but upscale setting. The south side's Sunset Winery hosts a happy hour and the Friday "Wine Down" music series as well as daily tours, tastings, and other events, and picnickers are always welcomed. The award-winning Lost Oak Winery is a popular wedding venue, but also hosts a myriad of public events, including concerts, festivals, and wine and cooking programs in addition to tastings and tours.
Since 1877, the Russell Farm has been a part of the Burleson landscape and, in 1979 became the home of artist Charlie Boren, third-generation owner and operator from the Russell family. Under Boren's vision and leadership, the farm has become one of Burleson's premier arts and community centers, offering classes, workshops, studio space, and art and craft club meetings. Gallery exhibits invite the public to appreciate the work of local and regional artists and art students. Eleven acres of the farm are home to a community garden, worked by individual members, gardening clubs, and volunteers.