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TOP 1
Texas State Capitol
4.5/5
42 Reviews
Austin
479m from downtown
Historical Architectures
西溪老翁
"Texas Capitol Plaza The Texas State Capitol is on a hillside in downtown Austin. The Capitol looks like the U.S. Capitol, but the color is light brown. There are many monuments and various sculptures around the Capitol to commemorate major historical events in Texas history, the previous world wars and civil wars that Texas participated in, and some historical buildings. The governor's residence is also nearby."

Reasons to Recommend: The Texas State Capitol is built with Texas pink granite and has a history of more than 100 years. In 1986, it was selected as one of the most historic buildings in the United States. On its top stands a statue of God. Entering the building, go through security check first. The lobby can go up to the fourth floor. The walls of the building are covered with portraits of previous governors.

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TOP 2
Mount Bonnell
4.6/5
22 Reviews
Austin
420m from downtown
Mountains
Jacqueline Barron
"Magnificent view of Colorado river and downtown Austin!!!"

Reasons to Recommend: Bangyuan Hill is a small hill near Thirty-fifth Street in the west of the city. Visitors can overlook the panoramic view of Austin Lake on the hill. It is very spectacular. There are high-end residential areas along the lake side, where there are shady green trees. , is a good place for a walk and outing, and the environment is also very good.

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TOP 3
Hamilton Pool PreserveBusiness Suspended
4.5/5
24 Reviews
Austin
37.7km from downtown
Lakes
davidnewton
"The surrounding area of Hamilton Pool was originally a karst cave. The top of the mountain collapsed thousands of years ago, forming a unique landscape now. This past, it was the off-season, there were basically no tourists, and it happened to be able to appreciate every beauty here seriously and easily. In this season, the water is not strong, and the waterfalls and water curtains from the dome are not formed, but they cannot weaken the peculiarity and magnificence here. Walking in the other direction along the stream, you can see the wonderful landscape cut by the water for thousands of years in the strange rocks, and the odd-shaped ancient trees on both sides of the stream absorbing nutrients from the stream. Tickets here are charged by car, $15 per car, only cash."

Reasons to Recommend: This is a good place to cool down in Texas, USA. It has a good environment. The entire Hamilton Pool shows the color of emerald. Because the top of the underground river was eroded thousands of years ago, the corrosion caused the collapse to form the ring-shaped large scale that we see now. groove. There are dirty things in the water, so you can't swim, and there will be regular inspections here. There is a big waterfall on the pool, and there is a good plant environment around.

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TOP 4
McKinney Falls State Park
4.3/5
4 Reviews
Austin
10.2km from downtown
National Parks
davidnewton
"McKinney Falls State Park, more than 20 kilometers outside of Austin, the capital of Texas, is a great place for camping and hiking. A clear stream in the park runs through the entire park, forming two waterfalls with a small drop on two huge rocks. Flowing water carved many strange holes in the stone, forming a very characteristic landscape."

Reasons to Recommend: McKinneyFallsStatePark is a waterfall park in Texas, USA, where camping, hiking, fishing, etc. are available.

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TOP 5
Lady Bird Lake Hike-and-Bike Trail
5.0/5
5 Reviews
Austin
3.5km from downtown
City Parks
噼里啪啦
"It's very comfortable, the big river where Austin people play and relax on weekends, everyone knows this city. It’s very clean. I saw the migratory bird migration in February. It’s not very windy and I feel very good."

Reasons to Recommend: The LadyBird Lake Hike-and-Bike Trail is a very popular trail right next to the lake for hiking, biking, and bird watching, and well worth a visit.

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TOP 6
Zilker Metropolitan Park
4.8/5
4 Reviews
Austin
2.6km from downtown
Gardens
希望田野!!!!
"A beautiful city park with beautiful scenery and excellent environment.ssd"

Reasons to Recommend: This is a beautiful urban park in Austin. The park covers a large area and includes botanical gardens, picnic areas, fountain pools, theaters and sports facilities. It is a good place for you to relax and have family trips on weekends.

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TOP 7
Natural Bridge Caverns
4.3/5
24 Reviews
Austin
86.5km from downtown
Caves
小思文
"The natural bridge cave is very luxurious. The cave itself has many huge stone structures. The development here is very simple. They are all pure and original structures. They have a feeling of wild exploration and require a guide."

Reasons to Recommend: Speaking of this cave, the discovery process was very dramatic. This place was not discovered by some scientific research experts, but was discovered by four college students inadvertently in 1960. It is very well protected and is the largest living stalactite forest in Texas. It is very classic and also A must for tourists who come here. There is a lime slate at the entrance of the cave connecting the highlands on both sides, hence the name of the cave. It can be said that the cave is very worth seeing. It is a relatively mild milkstone grove shortly after entering. When you go to the depths, the stone shape slowly becomes weird, like a magnificent palace. The humidity in the cave is relatively heavy, so it is suitable for viewing in all seasons.

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TOP 8
Austin Hindu Temple
3.3/5
3 Reviews
Austin
12.2km from downtown
Temples
M21***10
"Religious, it’s better not to make too many comments on this kind of thing"
TOP 9
Congress Avenue Bridge
4.3/5
10 Reviews
Austin
1.1km from downtown
Bridges
小思文
"The Austin Bridge is the largest bridge. The entire bridge is in the most prosperous section. The bridge spans the big river. The whole is a two-way four-lane location. The bridge has been built for a long time and is an important connection."

Reasons to Recommend: The bridge on Congress Avenue in Austin is now the largest gathering place for bats. Every summer, about 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats roost here. America's rare wildlife spectacle. Bats are more likely to appear after dusk from mid-March to October.

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TOP 10
Bullock Texas State History Museum
4.7/5
9 Reviews
Austin
1.1km from downtown
Museums
西溪老翁
"Texas State History Museum The Texas State History Museum is located in the center of Austin, the capital of Texas in the United States. It was opened in 2001. It is a history museum whose mission is to tell the history of Texas and let visitors understand Texas. History. The museum is divided into three floors. The theme of the first floor is land, the second floor is identity, and the third floor is timing. The exhibits include clothing, tools, handicrafts, photos, pictures, books, etc. The first layer mainly introduces the first encounter between Native Americans and European explorers. From the exhibits and models, you can know how many ethnic groups the Native Americans have, how the Spanish found this land, and what the French did here, etc. , Visitors can hear their voices and see historical objects that can reflect life. The second layer mainly introduces how Texas obtained its independent identity and what major events have occurred in history; from the third layer we can know how Texas has adapted to the environment and used time to develop medicine and science. The Texas State History Museum is a museum with a comprehensive understanding of Texas history and culture. Through a visit to its three-story exhibition hall, the history of Texas can be compiled into an interesting story for posterity."

Reasons to Recommend: The BullockTexasStateHistoryMuseum has three floors and holds exhibitions throughout the year. A huge five-star sculpture stands out from the outside.

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TOP 11
Blanton Museum of Art
4.5/5
6 Reviews
Austin
1.2km from downtown
Museums
小思文
"The Blanton University Museum is a privately sponsored museum inside the university. The entire museum has a rich collection of artworks and paintings from many countries in the world. The value here is also very expensive."

Reasons to Recommend: The Brandon Art Museum is located at the University of Texas at Austin. Founded in 1963, it is one of the largest university museums in the United States. It mainly collects works of art from all over the world. The Blanton Museum of Art has a collection of up to 18,000 pieces, mainly paintings, sculptures, pictures, photographs, etc. from Europe, America and Latin America. The European works collected in the museum are astounding because of their breadth and depth. More than 300 European paintings are mainly in the Italian Renaissance and Baroque art styles, including well-known Guercino, Piombo, Francesco Parr Paintings by masters such as Miggianino. There are more than 4,000 works of art in the Americas from 1875 to the present.

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TOP 12
Elisabet Ney Museum
4.8/5
7 Reviews
Austin
4.2km from downtown
Museums
137***66
"[Scene]Elisabet Ney MuseumThis painting exhibition is great, retro style, many introductions, English [interest] See, net red punch point [price/performance ratio] worth to see!"

Reasons to Recommend: Elisabet NeyMuseum. Elisabet Ney was a frantic German sculptor who moved to Austin in 1882, and the Elisabet Ney Museum celebrates her art, history and legacy with family exhibitions and events. The museum holds numerous historic titles and is the cornerstone of the Hyde Park National Register Historic District.

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TOP 13
State Capital Building
4.3/5
10 Reviews
Austin
420m from downtown
Historical Architectures
137***66
"[View] The super beautiful dome is its feature! Many people come in and take photos with their heads up. [Fun] very interesting visit point [price/performance] can come, self-driving is not good, it is best to walk to it."

Reasons to Recommend: The architectural style of the government hall is very grand and solemn. The exterior is built with pink granite unique to Texas. The building has a long history. It is one of the local landmark buildings and is also very famous in the United States. The security measures are very strict when tourists enter, the portraits of previous governors are hung in the lobby, and the conference room is very advanced. A very comprehensive presentation of the government office environment of the American system.

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TOP 14
O. Henry MuseumBusiness Suspended
4.3/5
8 Reviews
Austin
686m from downtown
Historical Sites
Museums
137***66
"The O'Henry Museum walks into this museum and it is so old fashioned and arty and so interesting! It is a beautiful experience with lots of manuscripts on display"

Reasons to Recommend: Located in Austin, Texas, the museum was built in 1886 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The O'Henry family lived here when they visited. No one is unfamiliar with O'Henry. His textbooks when he was a student will always contain his unexpected and reasonable stories. The museum is free, and visitors can learn a lot about O'Henry's story and its works.

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TOP 15
Town Lake
4.5/5
4 Reviews
Austin
1.3km from downtown
Lakes
乐乐嘻嘻哈哈
"It feels like an artificial river, but everything is so harmonious and natural."

Reasons to Recommend: The lake is very beautiful, and the afterglow falls on the water, glittering with gold, and you are swimming in the lake.

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TOP 16
Barton Springs Municipal Pool
5.0/5
2 Reviews
Austin
2.5km from downtown
Lakes
Hot Springs
love is blue
"If you are not from the south, summer can get very hot in Texas. I always recommend people who are not in town to take a bath in Barton Hot Springs. This is funny, because...the door is not ready, how cold Barton Hot Spring is actually. They usually don't realize there are algae and mucus at the bottom until they step into the hot spring. Naked upper body is allowed, if you don't expect it, it is always surprising! Naked upper body bathing, when it gets very hot outside, this is a cheap place to bring your children. You can bring blankets and floats. Children can also choose to explore the shallows at the end of the pool, where they can play around. Bring cash to pay for parking and entrance fees. Remember, refrigeration equipment is not allowed!"

Reasons to Recommend: Barton Spring Pool is a natural swimming pool in Austin with clear water and beautiful scenery, making it a popular swimming spot.

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TOP 17
Texas Military Forces Museum
3.8/5
4 Reviews
Austin
5.1km from downtown
Museums
陈富贵02
"A nice tube, it feels particularly good. Great choice. I really feel good."

Reasons to Recommend: TexasMilitaryForcesMuseum is located in Texas, USA. It is an exhibition hall of the US military garrison. There are many military equipment on display in the hall.

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TOP 18
Galaxy Highland
4.0/5
1 Reviews
Austin
7.3km from downtown
Theaters
M21***10
"It feels very fashionable except for the dark light."
TOP 19
E 6th St
4.7/5
3 Reviews
Austin
1.5km from downtown
Featured Neighborhoods
New_York_Gossip
"Sixth Street is a place not to be missed when visiting Austin. During the day, you can take a walk here to admire the various historic and uniquely designed buildings around. At night, it is feasting and the bars are very lively. It is the best place for Austin nightlife."
TOP 20
St Mary Catholic Cathedral
4.5/5
2 Reviews
Austin
280m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
New_York_Gossip
"You can see this beautiful St. Mary’s Cathedral from a distance. Because the day of arrival is not Sunday, there is no worship service, so the church is closed and there is no way to visit inside. You can only watch outside. The tower of the church is called the Texas Tower."