Top Things To Do In Austin, Texas 4K

Hey Must Do Travels Tribe! Today we are in Austin, Texas, Home to the University of Texas campus and known for its live-music scene centered around country, blues and rock. Let’s go check out the top spots!

Texas Capitol 1:15

The Texas State Capitol is the famous capitol building which is home to the offices and chambers of the Texas Legislature and of the Governor of Texas.

Congress Avenue 1:54

Congress Avenue is known as a scenic street in Austin that cuts through the middle of the city and leads all the way to the Texas State Capitol in the heart of Downtown.

South Congress Avenue 2:46

Also known as SoCo, South Congress Avenue is a vibrant neighbourhood that has trendy boutiques, restaurants, and music venues. This is a great area to stroll around!

Barton Springs 3:51

Barton Springs is an outdoor pool that is filled entirely with water from nearby natural springs and is open for year-round swimming.

East 6th Street 4:13

East 6th Street is known as Austin’s most up and coming neighbourhoods with its unique dive bars, shops and restaurants.

Rainey Street 4:57

Once known as a residential street, Rainey Street is now home to a variety of upscale eateries and food trucks.

Bullock Texas State History Museum 5:36

The Bullock Texas State History Museum tells the Story of Texas and its rich history with interactive exhibits, special effects and their IMAX theatre.

UT Tower 6:07

The UT Tower is the main building at the University of Texas at Austin and is one of the most recognizable symbols of the entire city.

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