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Texas Toy Museum

Texas Toy Museum Once the private collection of Austin local Caleb Zammit, the Texas Toy Museum features over 20,000 different toys encompassing the early 1920s to early 2000s, providing quite the entertaining stop for groups of all ages while visiting Austin. This unique museum sits within the SoCo District and works to collect, preserve, and…
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Texas Music Museum

Texas Music Museum Welcome to the Texas Music Museum, a unique history museum located in Austin. This museum explores Texas's musical history via exhibits, performances, archives, and a wide range of public programs, open to the public since 1984. It works to 'celebrate the diverse traditions of Texas music', presenting to guests the story of…
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Circuit of the Americas

Circuit of the Americas  The Country's Premiere Racing Facility If your group is in the mood for high-speed thrills and world-class entertainment then you have come to the right place. The Circuit of the Americas, or COTA for short, is known as the premier destination for world-class motorsports and entertainment in the United States, a…
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Neill-Cochran House Museum

Neill-Cochran House Museum [caption id="attachment_39653" align="alignright" width="425"] Neill Cochran House Museum Courtesy of Visit Austin CreditBill McCullough[/caption] Over 100 years of Greek Architecture in the heart of Austin. Welcome to the Neill-Cochran House Museum, a truly integral part of Austin's city history. This historic home was built by master builder Abner Cook in 1855 as…
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The University of Texas at Austin

The University of Texas at Austin Through the years and around the globe, our traditions bind us together as one Longhorn family — proud, ambitious and determined to change the world. If your group is interested in attending college visits while in Austin then The University of Texas at Austin is a must! This public research university…
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Texas Governor’s Mansion

Texas Governor's Mansion Welcome to the Texas Governor's Mansion, the historic home in downtown Austin that has served as the residence of every governor of Texas since 1856. This stunning historic mansion was first built in 1854 by prominent architect Abner Cook, serving as the 4th oldest continuously occupied governor's residence in the country, as…
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South Congress Avenue

South Congress Avenue [caption id="attachment_39631" align="alignright" width="425"] Amy's South Congress Exterior Courtesy of Visit Austin[/caption] The Melting Pot of Austin. Welcome to Austin's highly popular South Congress Avenue, or SoCo District as it is lovingly called. This vibrant neighborhood sits just south of Lady Bird Lake and is considered a 'must-stroll' for visitors and a…
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Sixth Street

Sixth Street [caption id="attachment_39541" align="alignright" width="425"] Easy Tiger Bake Shop Outdoor View at Night with River[/caption] Distinctly Austin Welcome to the center of entertainment, food, and nightlife in Austin, Sixth Street! This strip of iconic Austin boasts a colorful array of bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues throughout, 'a sure bet for experiencing local characters and…
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Republic Square

Republic Square [caption id="attachment_39461" align="alignright" width="425"] Republic Square Park Sign Credit Downtown Austin Alliance Courtesy of Visit Austin[/caption] A place unlike any other in Austin. One of the most popular public parks in all of Austin, Republic Square, awaits your group next! This park was a part of Austin's original city design by Edwin Waller,…
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