CityOf.comAustin
Browse Categories Browse Cities
Get Listed
Events
Attractions Date Ideas Festival Golf Courses Hidden Treasures Movies Museums Music & Theater Nightlife Outdoors Shopping Sports Tours
Education Government Hospitals Local News Transportation Utilities Weather

Metropolitan Hardwood Floors

Location:
9330 United Dr Suite 4-160
Austin, TX 78758
Directions

Premier Businesses in Austin, TX

Adams Hardwood Floors

Adams Hardwood Floors

  • • Family Owned & Operated
  • • Sales & Installation
  • • Sanding & Refinishing
(512) 303-0964
Website
View More Info
CHB Plumbing

CHB Plumbing

  • • Commercial & Residential Plumbing
  • • Boiler & Water Heater
  • • Fire Sprinkler Systems
(512) 736-0649
Directions
View More Info
JP & T Excavating

JP & T Excavating

  • • Cedar Mulching
  • • Brush Clearing
  • • Hand Crew Cutting & Chipping
(512) 581-2684
Directions
View More Info

Things To Do in Austin, TX

Lions Municipal Golf Course

Lions Municipal Golf Course

Play "Old Muny," the affectionate nickname for Lions Municipal Golf Course, is the most popular golf course in Austin, earning high ratings every year by area residents. Narrow, tree-lined fairways and small greens mean you'll find a good share of challenges throughout this 18-hole course.  The golf course was constructed by the Lion's Club and has hosted such noteworthy golfers including Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Tom Kite and Ben Crenshaw. Of note, the 16th hole is known as "Hogan's Hole." Lions is home to two major tournaments every year. The Firecracker is one of the oldest amateur golf tournaments in the state of Texas, and the Spring Partnership is held every spring.

(512) 477-6963
Directions
View All Golf Courses
Austin Zoo

Austin Zoo

Lions … Tigers …  and Servals? What’s a Serval? Take a walk on the wild side at the Austin Zoo and learn more about them and other mammals, primates, reptiles, amphibians, and domestic animals. Get up close and personal with deers, goats, llamas, sheep, ostriches, alpacas, peacocks, and visit over 350 animals for a native Texas wildlife family experience you won't soon forget. While you’re there, enjoy a pony and train ride. What started out as a goat ranch that housed pigs, deer, donkeys, ponies, and a few exotic animals blossomed into a full-fledged non-profit rescue zoo that assists animals in need through rescue, rehabilitation and education, now representing more than 100 different species, each with their own rescue story to tell.

(512) 288-1490
Directions
View All Attractions
Cinemark Stone Hill Town Center

Cinemark Stone Hill Town Center

(512) 251-0938
Directions
View All Movies