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  • 1

    Barton Springs Pool

    4.5
    147 reviews

    If you find the Texas heat a bit too much, dive in. It's one of Austin's most popular destinations, and with good reason. Even a half hour in this cold-as-can-be water and you'll feel cool for hours. Chilled to the bone. Plus, it's a great place to soak in Austin's culture and fitness kings and queens. At $3 a person, ...

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  • 2

    The San Antonio River Walk

    4.5
    132 reviews

    Beautiful but unless you want to drink, there isn't a ton to do. Some shopping and all the food you could ever want.

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  • 3

    Zilker Park

    4.5
    109 reviews

    Zilker is a must for anyone visiting Austin. It's huge and beautiful, and a perfect place for picnicking, exploring, playing frisbee, bringing your dogs, or just relaxing. Zilker park holds many festivals, as well, like the Zilker Kite Festival, ACL fest, and Trail of Lights.

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  • 4

    Texas State Capitol

    4.5
    114 reviews

    A visit to the State Capitol is worth your time, whether to take a tour or just walk around the grounds. The Italian Renaissance Revival building is very similar in appearance to the U.S. Capitol. Located in downtown Austin, just a few blocks from the University of Texas, the Capitol building is beautiful inside and out. The grounds feature many ...

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  • 5

    Alamo

    4.5
    82 reviews

    Not much to say about the Alamo. It was pretty cool, old and an interesting and bloody battle happened there. For the US that seems like a rare thing to be able to see. The museum is free and the interior plaza is nice with a great big awesome tree and nicely kept plants.

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  • 6

    6th Street

    4.5
    75 reviews

    If you want bars and music, 6th Street is the place to go in Austin. It spans a few blocks, so you're sure to find a place you like.

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  • 7

    The Strand Historic District

    5
    61 reviews

    Shopping, history, art galleries, antique shops, nightlife, restaurants. Be sure to visit Kings Confectionery for homemade ice-cream, special coffees and an amazing candy display. Oil rig museum, historic films, and watching all types of boats and water fowl as well as dolphins nearby.

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  • 8

    Moody Gardens

    5
    60 reviews

    Moody Gardens is a short drive from The Seahorse Cottage, everything on the Island is relatively close. The family will enjoy a day at Palm Beach, on Friday and Saturday nights in the summer they have live bands and fireworks. Be sure to check out the Bands on the Sands schedule. While you are at Moody Gardens enjoy a tour ...

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  • 9

    Bats Underneath Congress Bridge

    4.5
    63 reviews

    It was such an unique experience. It was quiet, and all of a sudden, bats everywhere! Definitely check out!

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  • 10

    Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier

    5
    52 reviews

    A stone throw from the house. Great for families. Lunch at the house or Bubba Gumps from the Forest Gump fame.

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  • 11

    South Congress Avenue

    5
    50 reviews

    Explore the iconic Austin Avenue - lots of shops, restaurants, bars, people watching and get some boots at Allen's. Walking distance from property

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  • 12

    SXSW

    5
    48 reviews

    Austin may be the live music capital of the world, but during the annual SXSW festival, the musical metropolis swells to galactic proportions. So whether you’re visiting for business or just looking to stay drunk on free beer for the duration of the three-tiered festival (Interactive: March 9-13, Film: March 9-17 and Music: 13-18), it's easy to find new ideas ...

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  • 13

    Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark

    5
    47 reviews

    Enjoy some wet and wild fun at Schlitterbahn! The indoor section of the waterpark is even open during most weekends in the winter for year round fun.

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  • 14

    University of Texas at Austin

    4.5
    49 reviews

    A great place for shady walks in the morning and evening when it's not a hive of activity. Also, I love the Harry Ransom Center archive and the live music opportunities at the Cactus Cafe, Bass Music Hall, Hogg Auditorium and new KUT building.

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  • 15

    Austin City Limits Music Festival

    5
    43 reviews

    Maybe the best music festival around where all artists are in one place all weekend under a mile from our house.

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  • 16

    Town Lake Hike and Bike Trail Head

    5
    43 reviews

    Town Lake and Bike Trail is located directly acroos the street from Condo. Views from the condo of this. The view by the pool offers 360 views of this. Great place to run, walk, or bike, while you people watch.

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  • 17

    Galleria Dallas

    4.5
    43 reviews

    This is a very popular and trendy spot for tourists to go shopping. Compared to other countries, the prices for clothing in the USA are incredible, and at The Galleria you can find retail stores for Tiffany's, Gucci, Armani, Coach, etc... Houston also has a Galleria.

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  • 18

    Continental Club

    4.5
    39 reviews

    What can be said about the legendary Continental Club that most live music lovers don't know? Of course, Stevie Ray Vaughn got his start here, when he was just "little Stevie". But so did many others, well-known and not-so-well-known. And the greats still play the place regularly, some for old-times' sake, some in gratitude for their start, and some just ...

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  • 19

    Six Flags Fiesta Texas

    4.5
    39 reviews

    Great for a day of fun with the family. If you live close by would suggest getting a season pass because it's almost the same price. Food can get expensive. There is a variety of rides and attractions for all ages. The water park is a good way to cool down in the summer.

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  • 20

    Alamo Drafthouse Austin: Downtown

    4.5
    38 reviews

    The Drafthouse (1120 S. Lamar) is a unique one-stop shop for movies, food, and drinks. Every other row in each theater has been removed and replaced with a long table. Throughout the show, you can place orders for food (pizzas, sandwiches, salads, and more) and alcoholic beverages (primarily beer). You just write your order on paper that is provided to ...

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