3 Day Austin Group Tour
Day 1 You'll See:
- Bob Bullock State History Museum
- Bats on Congress Avenue Bridge
- Sixth Street District
Day 2 You'll See:
- Hike & Bike Trails, Lady Bird Lake
- Blanton Museum of Art
- South Congress Avenue
Day 3 You'll See:
- Mount Bonnell
- Warehouse District
Bob Bullock State History Museum
Austin’s only IMAX theatre is located here, along with three floors of vibrant exhibits, a special effects Texas Spirit Theater, museum store, and café.
Bats on Congress Avenue Bridge
Especially if you travel to Austin between April and October, you’ll want to catch this amazing sight, when more than 1.5 million bats fly out from under Congress Avenue Bridge. This is the largest urban bat colony in North America.
Sixth Street District
The Live Music Capital of the world partially got its reputation from this exciting district, where you can always find live music, good food, and exciting sights.
Hike & Bike Trails, Lady Bird Lake
Lady Bird Lake is a favorite for locals and visitors to downtown Austin, largely for its ten miles of trails for runners, walkers, and cyclists. Another popular spot is the Memorial at Auditorium Shores, honoring the late bluesman Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Blanton Museum of Art
This premier art museum at The University of Texas at Austin is famous for its European paintings, modern and contemporary American and Latin American art and a comprehensive collection of prints and drawings.
South Congress Avenue
This popular Austin strip offers eclectic shops, a variety of restaurants, boutiques, music venues, antiques, and galleries. Visit the Avenue on the first Thursday of any month, and you can browse late thanks to extended hours.
Experience one of Austin’s oldest tourist attractions on Mount Bonnell, which stands 785 feet, one of the highest points in the city.
Nine blocks of restaurants and clubs showcase even more live music venues in this the heart of Austin’s downtown is home to the heart of our live music scene. The district stretches from Third to Fifth Streets and Congress Avenue to San Antonio Street.