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The Abilene Cultural Affairs Council and the Abilene CVB sponsored a magnificent lighting of downtown sculpture gardens and trees. As the Storybook Capital of Texas, Abilene offers fun and safe adventures for families and friends. The film crew from Voices in America attended and began...More
My wife and I took a walking tour of Congress Avenue with Harrison David Eppright in November, 2015 and it was excellent. Harrison was knowlegeable and friendly and the "one hour tour" turned into two and a half hours of Austin History. It was well...More
Located near my hotel so I decided to check it out. They have a good selection of Texas and Austin merchandise. I was able to find my husband a cool and reasonably priced T-shirt. I did not take the tour but there were several large...More
The Austin visitors center is a Mecca of information with a outstanding staff and located in downtown Austin. The visitors center will provide you with all the info to make your trip enjoyable. They also offer a couple of free tours. The tour we signed...More
I recommend doing this free tour offered by the Visitor's Bureau. Our tour guide was excellent. She gave us a very informative talk/tour of Austin and its history. She went above and beyond with helping us. After tour was finished, she took us back to...More
Visiting a friend in Austin for a long weekend. After exploring South Congress, we felt we needed an introduction to the state's capital. Signed up online for the city's free historical tour. The guide, Patsy Stephenson, was very informative. Her deep connection to Austin, growing...More
We stopped by the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau and were looking for some type of tour of the city. The gentleman told about 3 of them and also the free walking tour. We decided that we would do the walking tour. It begins at...More
Many places could be fascinating depending on your interest. Most people want to have a late afternoon/evening dinner at the Oasis. The Bob Bullock and LBJ Lubraries/Museums are interesting. Sixth street at night is crazy... More
Many places could be fascinating depending on your interest. Most people want to have a late afternoon/evening dinner at the Oasis. The Bob Bullock and LBJ Lubraries/Museums are interesting. Sixth street at night is crazy! Great food in some of the restaurants.