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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.
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.
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.
The Cedar Park Public Library promotes literacy and encourages life long learning for all members of the community by providing educational, informational, cultural and recreational resources.
The Austin Public Library opened in 1926. The present Central Library building was constructed in 1979. In 1995 the Central Library was renamed John Henry Faulk Central Library in honor of local writer and free speech hero John Henry Faulk.
The City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department maintains these parks and there are no admission fees to enter the parks.
The best little public library in Texas.We offer books, dvds, audiobooks, CDs, and free programming for all ages.
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.
Located at the convergence of Guadalupe St, West 5th St, San Antonio St and West 4th St, adjacent to the new Federal Courthouse, Republic Square is one of three remaining Downtown Historical Squares.
A 16 acre park that offers active recreational opportunities for the entire family. Facilities include two lighted baseball/soccer fields, playscape, swimming pool, water playscape, pavilion with picnic tables, BBQ grill, concessions
Austin Aquarium offers an exciting introduction to undersea life at our extensive Aquarium in Austin, Texas.
The Austin Nature & Science Center is a free site where you can step out and into nature. Investigate the creek, dig in the dino pit, visit with captive wildlife, trade nature items, and much more!
At our rescue zoo, children and adults alike can appreciate our Hill Country setting and enjoy a close-up experience with our rescued animals.
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.
Wet & Wild is a unique adventure camp for a few lucky children, ages 8 to 15*. We're ready to begin our 16th summer as a field trip camp, where the activities change daily.
The convention center has a convenient downtown location, between the shores of Lady Bird Lake and historic Sixth Street. It has easy access to I-35 and is a short distance from 6,000 downtown hotel rooms.