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Best Things To Do And Must Visit Attraction In Austin, Texas

Austin is the state capital of Texas, an inland city bordering the Hill Country region. Austin is known as live music capital of world for its eclectic live-music scene, blues and rock. There are many parks and lakes for hiking, biking, swimming and boating. It is the very proud owner of Formula 1’s Circuit of the Americans raceways.

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Texas State Capitol, Austin

The State Capitolin the heart of central Austin is Texas's legislative center built in pink granite in 1888. It has 218-foot rotunda, the chamber of the Hall of Representatives and the governor's receiving room. This is most impressive state legislative building. Visitors can learn here about Texas's history.
Zilker Botanical Garden also known as Zilker Metropolitan Park boasts some of the city's most popular attractions. It is home to art museums, swimming holes, several athletic fields and plenty of open space for strolling. Science Center's Dino Pit is also must visit place here.
Mount Bonnell also called as Covert Park, is one of Austin’s oldest tourist attractions, inspiring visitors with its panoramic views. It's the perfect spot to take in a sunset and see the hilly terrain of the city and the arches on the Pennybacker Bridge.

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Austin City Texas

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Amazing Geography High Above Lake Travis
As the “Crown Jewel” of the Central Texas Highland Lakes, Lake Travis is the most visited freshwater recreational vacation destination in the state. Lake Travis’ limestone bottom results in it’s unique crystal clear blue waters. Main attraction for visitors includes parks, all types of water sports, Marinas, yacht clubs & many more.
Lady Bird Lake is cherished outdoor space in city serves as a popular place for runners, walkers and cyclists, for both locals & visitors.
Lake Austin is another reservoir created by dams along the Lower Colorado. This lake allows motorized boat traffic to make it busy all time. All throughout the year, you’ll see pontoons full of people, waterskiers, & speeding here.
LBJ Presidential Library is dedicated to Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th president of USA. Library is home to artifacts and presidential papers. It narrates LBJ's life and political career.
Congress Avenue is a major thoroughfare in Austin and popular shopping and rental district. The Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge over Lady Bird Lake houses the world's largest urban bat population. Popular things to do in congress avenue are Sixth street, Paramount Theater, Frost Bank Tower, Mexic Arte Museum, and many more.
Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum features rotating special exhibits to reflect the diverse history of the state along with galleries featuring more than 500 artifacts.
Blanton Museum of Art is one of the largest university art museums in the country and a must see for any art lover. It is home to more than 18,000 works of art by renowned artists such as Rubens and Poussin. Its biggest attraction is collection of contemporary Latin American art.
Barton Creek Greenbelt is most beautiful place located in south-central Austin and considered one of the top hiking trails in Texas. One of the city’s most prized attractions, the Barton Creek Greenbelt is filled with mountain biking trails and beautiful limestone bluffs for rock climbing and swimming holes.

Austin Zoo is a non-profit rescue zoo. The mission of Austin Zoo is to assist animals in need through rescue, rehabilitation, and education. Austin Zoo currently has over 300 animals from over 100 different species.