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Trails To Tunes: 27 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Austin For Unforgettable Good Times

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From the lush paths of Zilker Botanical Garden to the towering Texas State Capitol to swimming holes in the Hill Country, Austin is packed with places that blend history, art, and nature in unique ways. Whether you're into checking out cool art, stepping back in history, or enjoying the great outdoors, get ready to discover what makes Austin stand out and why you don't want to miss these 27 things to do in Austin!
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Elisabet Ney Museum: Work of Unconventional Artist Seen By Countless Texans

Elisabet Ney Museum Is Located in the Hyde Park Neighborhood of Austin
Located in the central Austin's Hyde Park neighborhood, the Elisabet Ney Museum tells at least part of the story of artist Elisabet Ney. Known throughout Europe for her sculptures in the mid 1800’s, Ney mysteriously dropped out of sight for a number of years to then reappear in Texas, where she revitalized her career on a national level at age 60. Admission to the limestone castle that served as her Austin studio and home is free.
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Find Your Zen at Zilker Botanical Garden Austin

What To Do In Austin? Look For Butterflies at Zilker Botanical Gardens!
Zilker Botanical Garden Austin is centrally located and a great way to spend a couple of hours exploring themed gardens, koi ponds and scenic overlooks of downtown Austin. This Austin Botanical Garden is also close to Barton Springs, the Austin Nature Center & Science Center, and Umlauf Sculpture Garden. Once you find parking or get dropped off, all of the Austin attractions in Zilker Metropolitan Park are within reasonable walking distance.
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Boggy Creek Farm Offers Mix Of History And Locally Grown Food You Won’t Find Anywhere Else In Austin

Boggy Creek Farm's Farmers Market Is Close to Downtown Austin
Open four days a week and located in East Austin a short distance from Downtown Austin, the farmhouse at Boggy Creek Farmers Market dates back to the Republic of Texas and is one of the oldest structures existing in Austin. Most of the food available at Boggy Creek Farmers Market is grown on the farm.
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