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.
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.
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.
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.
The Heritage House Museum is located at 905 West Division Street in Orange, Texas. It is a typical upper middle class residence of the 1900-1929 periods.
The Texas Museum of Science & Technology is dedicated to elevating interest, understanding and participation in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics for the Central Texas community.
Visit the Bullock Texas State History Museum to experience ever-changing exhibitions, innovative films, and unique programs and events.
The museum collection of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum contains more than fifty-four thousand objects donated by the President and Mrs. Johnson, their family, close friends, associates, and the American people.
Mexic-Arte Museum’s has prepared it to become one of the foremost arts institutions in the region. The next few years will see the museum dramatically expand its facility, its scope and its resources
Texas Natural Science Center (TNSC) works to create awareness, understanding and appreciation of the past, present and future of biological diversity, especially that of the state of Texas.
An evolution of the Austin Children's Museum, Thinkery is Austin's home for “why” and “how.” It's a place where science and families play side by side.