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Things To Do in Austin, TX

Texas CapitolTexas Capitol

If it's in Texas, it must be bigger and better, right? The breathtaking beauty and unusual construction of the Texas State Capitol is truly the stuff of legends in the Lone Star State. Grab your friends and family to visit the rotunda featuring portraits of every person who has served as president of the Republic of Texas or Governor of the state of Texas. View artifacts of Texas history, including the original flag from the Battle of San Jacinto, historical paintings and some of the original Senator desks from 1888. Take a guided tour of the Capitol grounds that span 22 acres featuring historical buildings, 17 monuments, and beautifully landscaped lawns in addition to the Capitol building itself, having nearly 400 rooms and more than 900 windows. Free walking tours of the Capitol are given daily (except on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Easter) and begin at the south entrance. In addition to the normal tours, groups of 10 or more can take specialty tours, including Women in Texas History, The Texas Revolution, Texas Veterans Tour, and Rest in Peace, a tour centered around the urban myths and ghost stories of the Capitol offered around Halloween.

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Jimmy Clay Golf CourseJimmy Clay Golf Course

The Jimmy Clay Golf Course opened in 1974 and is one of the city's premier 18-hole public golf courses. Surrounded by Williamson Creek, the course is 6918 yards and was designed by golf course architect Joe Finger. Major renovations in 2007 brought huge improvements to the course. All of the greens were revamped and replanted and all of the bunkers were rebuilt. The relatively challenging course is known for wide-open areas and large, elevated greens. A few undersized greens, however, will keep golfers on their toes. Local golfers often comment on the vigorously healthy greens and fairways, attributing the lush growth to the fact that the course was built on top of a landfill.

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Southwest Music & Film Interactive FestivalSouthwest Music & Film Interactive Festival

Attend the South by Southwest Music & Film Interactive Festival, a two-week-long conference, festival, and trade show in March. Features up-and-coming bands, filmmakers and a host of creative types at various downtown locations with the hub of programming at the Austin Convention Center.

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Stevie Ray Vaughan StatueStevie Ray Vaughan Statue

Make a pilgrimage to the Stevie Ray Vaughan Statue, erected at Auditorium Shores on Lady Bird Lake. The late blues guitarist was one of Austin's most famous home-grown talents celebrated around the world. Visitors often pose to take pictures or leave flowers in the statue's hands or at its feet.

 
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