The Upholstery Shop
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Antique Restoration & Custom Design
Welcome to The Upholstery Shop. We are more than happy to work with both residential & commercial upholstery needs. We have been serving Texas since 1966 and we GUARANTEE our customers friendly, professional services along with quality work. Give us a call today!
- Serving Texas Since 1966 Residential & Commercial
- Decorative Fabrics Decorative Trim Decorative Nailtrim
- Antique Restoration (No Wood Refinishing On Premises)
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Things To Do in Austin, TX
Indulge in a romantic afternoon of pick-your-own strawberries and more on a date at Sweet Berry Farm in nearby Marble Falls. Worth the trip, the farm also sells homemade ice cream, jams, jellies, fresh tomatoes and other homemade and homegrown goodies.
Explore the "jewel in the heart of Austin," better known as the Zilker Botanical Garden. The garden was established in 1995 and sprawls through 31 acres of downtown Austin, offering a sweet excape from city streets, and greeting more than 400,000 visitors annually. Themes among the gardens are as varied as nature itself. There's a Japanese garden and koi pond, a rose garden, herb garden, butterfly trail and garden, and a cactus garden among the selections to tour. Another unique feature is the Hartman Prehistoric Garden, which recreates the habitat of local dinosaurs. Visitors can tour the gardens for free and take home a Texas succulent or majestic orchid, among the many offerings. In the spring, the Zilker Botanical Garden holds its annual garden festival.
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.
Fly a kite or just gaze at the colorful sky during the Zilker Kite Festival, held the first Sunday in March. A kite-making workshop, face painting, games, contests, rock wall, moonwalks, and plenty of tasty food will hold your interest all afternoon.