Texas State Capitol

A prominent location in downtown Austin is taken up by the 311-foot-high structure with a dome on top.

Lady Bird Lake

The previous First Lady, who contributed to the lake's beautifying and recreational use is honoured by having the lake named in her honour.

Mount Bonnell

Since the 1850s, it has gained popularity as a tourist attraction. Views of Austin, Lake Austin, and the surrounding hills are available from the peak

Bullock Texas State History Museum

One of Austin's top tourist destinations for learning about the lengthy history of Texas. The Museum features exhibitions and galleries across three floors.

LBJ Presidential Library

The campus of UT Austin is where the LBJ Presidential Library is situated. After his administration ended, it opened in 1971, only two years later.

Blanton Museum of Art

One of the biggest university art museums in the US is the Blanton Museum of Art. At the BMA, there are around 18,000 pieces of art on show in exhibits.

McKinney Falls State Park

There are amazing natural features, recreational activities, and historical sites spread over the park's 700 acres at McKinney Falls State Park.

The Driskill

The Driskill, a Romanesque-style structure finished in 1886, is the oldest continuously running hotel in Austin, Texas, and one of the most well-known in all of Texas.

Austin Aquarium

It is the primary aquarium for the city and is home to around 8,000 creatures. The expansive Austin Aquarium has a variety of species of animals.

University of Texas at Austin

The UT, a significant public university, is located in Austin. It is a storied institution of higher learning, established in 1883.