Your future starts here. Launched by tech educators at Stanford University, Digital Media Academy STEM summer camps are where students get their start as designers, developers, engineers, animators, musicians, and filmmakers.
Camp Doublecreek offers swimming, horseback riding, all kinds of sports, miniature golf, baby animals, arts and crafts, archery, tennis, tumbling, a playscape, and many other fun games and activities.
Drawing & cartooning classes for children ages 4-12. Young Rembrandts teaches the drawing skills children need while developing learning skills that give them an academic advantage in class. The most fun your child will have while learning!
Austin YMBL Sunshine Camps opened our doors in 1928. For more than 80 years, we have worked with youth living below the poverty line to provide an awesome summer camp experience free of charge.
Shooters are developed, not born. We take great pride in developing basketball players to their fullest potential. We strive to do this by providing a positive upbeat experience that provides positive competition
A Paint Your Own Pottery Studio fun and relaxation is what we do. We are open for walk-in customers during normal business hours. Customers can choose from Ceramics, Fused Glass, Clay or the Potters Wheel.
We're much more than a guitar school. We also teach students to play violin, banjo, and ukulele. We teach Sight Reading and Music Theory. We help with overall confidence.
Cook.Learn.Grow. is a mobile cooking school for kids, designed to create food literacy among Texas children ages 5 to 18 through after-school classes, summer camps and birthday parties held in schools, churches, community centers and homes.
The Cordovan Art School believes in fostering creativity and self confidence through visual and performing arts. We pride ourselves on maintaining an environment that is positive, enjoyable, and allows students to progress
Dance Xplosion was opened by lifetime dancer Amber Frishman. Dance Xplosion is a learning, training and performing facility for all forms of dance with an exciting Annual Recital held in the spring at the conclusion of each school year.
In 1892, European sculptor Elisabet Ney (1833-1907) began construction of a limestone neo-classical studio in Austin, Texas. In this studio, christened “Formosa,” Ney would sculpt legendary Texans and create fine art.
A free splash park open to the public from May 1–Oct 1; 7 days a week.
We provide family programs, summer camps, food events, concerts, history lectures, and tours--all to celebrate and share the earliest history of Austin.
The George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center is dedicated to the collection, preservation, research and exhibition of African-American historical and cultural material.
Our primary goal is building girls’ self-esteem through musical performance and artistic creativity. This is not a camp for the American Idol-inclined.
Jump! was opened in April of 2007 by owner, Natalie Egan. Jump! started as a preschool gymnastics school. Natalie was a gymnast since the age of 4 and began coaching gymnastics to pay her way through college.
Lakeway TaeKwonDo offers martial arts classes for children, adolescents, and adults of all experience levels, beginning at the age of 3. Our martial arts classes cover World Taekwondo Federation Taekwondo (WTF) style Basic Techniques
Students learn how to pilot an aircraft- to aviate, navigate, and communicate- while learning significant life skills. Additionally, they enhance their critical thinking, effective communication, and decision-making skills
Safari Champ is a local, kids entertainment and Drop-in Care center located in Round Rock. We are an indoor play center where kids along with their parents, grandparents and family come and have a good time together.
The South Austin Popular Culture Center presents, exhibits, documents and interprets Austin art and culture of the past 50 years and makes that history accessible to local, national and international audiences.
TexARTS Association for the Visual and Performing Arts is a non-profit organization serving communities throughout Austin and all of Central Texas.
Camp for students of all ages learning Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Mandolin and Guitar. A variety of musical styles will be taught.
The Texas Longhorns Soccer Camp offers a training environment and program specifically designed to meet your needs. Campers become proficient in technique and are exposed to new tactical ideas as they strive for excellence and success in soccer.
The Art Garage is a place where everyone can explore their inner artist, be creative and have some fun. We have a diverse set of programs for children, teens and adults that span countless art mediums such as pottery painting, fused glass art,
Located in the heart of Austin on the banks of Lady Bird Lake, ZACH is widely considered “Austin’s Theatre.”
Founded in 1963, the Blanton Museum of Art is one of the foremost university art museums in the country and holds the largest public collection in Central Texas.
Bailey Splash Pad is a splash pad located at 1101 W. 33rd St. in Austin, Texas.
Eastwoods Splash Pad is a splash pad located at 3001 Harris Park Blvd. in Austin, Texas.
Pease Splash Pad is a splash pad located at 1600 Parkway at Kingsbury in Austin, Texas.
The Quarry Splash Pad will be open from Saturday, May 17 through Monday, September 1. Operating hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission is $2 per person, for infants through adults who enter the splash pad area.