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Llocs emblemàtics a Austin

Museus d'art

Museu d'Art
“For the art lovers! A beautiful art museum to spend some time at in Downtown Austin.”
  • 230 residents recomanen
Museu d'Art
“The Contemporary Austin - Jones Center is a nearby art gallery conveniently located on Congress. Downtown is easily accessed via the hike and bike trail. The entrance to the trail is located off of Riverside Drive. ”
  • 62 residents recomanen
Museu d'Art
“Especially visit in October when there’s a splendid display of alters honoring the dearly departed.”
  • 35 residents recomanen
Museu d'Art
“Visit the studio and home of Elizabeth Ney. A local female sculptor from the early Texas period. Peaceful and very interesting place to visit and learn a little local history. ”
  • 41 residents recomanen
Museum
“This place is great! Its a beautifull villa/artschool. Would be nice to combine with a trip to peacock park and mount Bonnel. You can walk around on their premises for free and stroll thru their sculture garden with work of amongst others AiWeiWei. Sometimes they also have one day courses in for example natural dying or wheelthrowing.”
  • 17 residents recomanen
Museum
“A gorgeous fourteen-acre museum and sculpture garden on the shores of Lake Austin. Great for when you're in the mood for art and nature at the same time. They also have a little cafe!”
  • 13 residents recomanen
Museum
“Unusual museum that specializes in "old Austin" music scene and poster artists.”
  • 10 residents recomanen
Museu d'Art
“Small, cool museum covering a unique, early Texas frontierswomen and artist, Elizabet Ney. ”
  • 3 residents recomanen

Museus d'història

History Museum
“This attraction will help you check the required museum off your to-do list. It's also close to Univ of Texas (across the street) which is excellent for people watching.”
  • 234 residents recomanen
Capitol Building
“Beautiful building, make sure to check out the inside! The grounds are a lovely place for a stroll.”
  • 21 residents recomanen
History Museum
“Mosasaurs, Pliesiosaurs, Pterasaurs and lots of gems! The Texas Museum is located on the Univeristy of Texas campus and the admission is free! The fossil collection is amazing and there is also a great display of the local species. Don't forget to stop by the giftshop! You can park in the San Jacinto Parking Garage which is next to the museum. While are there you can enjoy walking through campus and down Guadalupe Street. ”
  • 5 residents recomanen
History Museum
“Hours: Monday-Wednesday 10 am – 6 pm; Thursday 10 am – 9 pm; Friday 10 am – 5 pm; Saturday 10 am – 4 pm; Closed on Sunday Cost: Free Learn more about Juneteenth and the history of African-American scientists and inventors on our country. ”
  • 12 residents recomanen
History Museum
“Everything you ever want to know about Stevie Ray Vaughn, Janis Joplin, Buddy Holly, and many other great Texas musicians.”
  • 5 residents recomanen
History Museum
“One of the most visited attractions in Austin, the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum boasts more than 45 million pages of historical documents and papers from President LBJ's lengthy career. The museum, dedicated in 1971 and refurbished in 2013, contains exhibits relating to the president's time in office, as well as important issues of the day, including the rise of the civil rights movement. Also of interest is an impressive scale replica of the Oval Office as it would have been during Johnson's presidency, and many temporary exhibits related to American history are hosted throughout the year.”
  • 6 residents recomanen
History Museum
“I haven't been yet, but it is at the beginning of Cesar Chavez Street near the freeway. ”
  • 2 residents recomanen

Miradors

Botanical Garden
“Fauna from all regions. Amazing walk with a view that is indescribable. All within the heart of downtown. Just a minute from Zilker and Barton Springs.”
  • 126 residents recomanen
Mirador escènic
“March through November. Get there before sunset. Will emerge at dusk. Looks like black cloud in the sky. ”
  • 70 residents recomanen
Pont
“Home to the largest urban bat colony in the U.S. Crowds gather at dusk to watch thousands and thousands fly off into the sunset.”
  • 71 residents recomanen
Pont
“Go during the summer at dusk and see all the bats fly out from under the bridge. It's a local 'must see'”
  • 39 residents recomanen
Mirador escènic
“Great place to visit to see a quieter side of Austin. Take a short hike up 360 Overlook to see the view of the bridge and the river from the side!”
  • 29 residents recomanen
Mirador escènic
“A short, steep hike leads to stunning views of Austin’s limestone cliffs, the Colorado River and the Texas Hill Country.”
  • 9 residents recomanen
Pont
“One of our favorite spots in Austin. This has a gorgeous view of downtown and Town Lake. Great spot to watch the sunset. Some local musicians sometimes come by to play music. Lovely place to take a stroll overall. ”
  • 9 residents recomanen
Mirador escènic
“Beautiful view of downtown and the Colorado River at a restful spot in the trail.”
  • 6 residents recomanen

Llocs històrics

Capitol Building
“The pink-granite building is the centerpiece of downtown Austin, perched on a hill at 12th Street and Congress Avenue. Free guided tours are held daily, starting in the South Foyer, but brochures are also available on the first floor for self-guided tours. The Texas Legislature meets every two years, so you’ll have to check the schedule if you want to see an actual session in progress.”
  • 445 residents recomanen
Galeria d'art
“Center features exhibits ,events & programs that explore Mexican American Culture arts & heritage. This is just one of the multiple Culture CNTRS here in Austin. Austin has all different types of Culture Centers through various parts of this city. Google Culture Cntrs. Austin ”
  • 12 residents recomanen
Lloc històric
“Fantastic house of the world class architect Charles Moore, for when he lived here during his tenure at UT. Call or email ahead for a tour.”
  • 1 resident recomana

Biblioteques

Field
“If you are a history buff, this is a great place for you. They often have other, tangentially related showcases touring, but it is worth a trip to learn more about this great President.”
  • 97 residents recomanen
Library
“The most unique parts of Austin are in the heart of the city. Find a good book and make your way to the top floor for the best view for reading. ”
  • 72 residents recomanen
Museum
“Just at the edge of campus. A large and impressive collection of art from around the world. Rotating collections. ”
  • 49 residents recomanen
Museum
“An archive and museum with a unique collection of photography, films and documents. See the first photo ever taken and an original copy of the Gutenburg Bible. Admission is always free”
  • 17 residents recomanen
Library
“Public library with kid's area, free internet access computers and great selection of music and movies.”
  • 9 residents recomanen
Library
“Interested in Civil Rights movement and Equal Rights? This is the place for you then. The whole library is centered around equal rights. Check out the huge mosaic mural on side of the building!”
  • 5 residents recomanen
History Museum
“One of the most visited attractions in Austin, the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum boasts more than 45 million pages of historical documents and papers from President LBJ's lengthy career. The museum, dedicated in 1971 and refurbished in 2013, contains exhibits relating to the president's time in office, as well as important issues of the day, including the rise of the civil rights movement. Also of interest is an impressive scale replica of the Oval Office as it would have been during Johnson's presidency, and many temporary exhibits related to American history are hosted throughout the year.”
  • 6 residents recomanen
Library
“This small history museum is housed in the original Austin Public Library building, and contains a quick overview of the history and growth of Austin. Just around the corner from the Wyndham.”
  • 4 residents recomanen