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Berdoll Pecan Farm

Just down the road you will see Berdoll Pecan Farm, where they sell the pecans they raise: in-shell, cracked, shelled, and candied.
Free Samples!

800-518-3870

Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
This state-of-the-art museum features exhibits and interactive experiences that trace Texas history from before European exploration to the early 1970's.

512-936-8746
Governor's Mansion
Dignified white-columned mansion built 1856. Elegant rooms and antique furnishings may be seen on public tours.

512-463-5518
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Founded by Lady Bird Johnson in 1982. 42 acre site of gardens, landscaped areas, and themed gardens.

512- 232-0100
Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum
Museum and Library relating to LBJ and office of presidency in general.

512-721-0200
Parks
  • Fiesta Gardens on Town Lake
  • Botanical Garden
  • Japanese Garden and Rose Garden

512-477-8672

State Capitol Complex
The Capitol itself, a massive, classic statehouse of famous Texas pink granite, dominates the 46 acre, park-like area.

512-463-8586
Walking Tours - Congress Avenue Tour
Stroll down the avenue with informed guides and hear interesting tales of what went on behind the limestone and brick facades.

512-478-0098
Georgetown's Visitor Center
For information about events, attractions, shopping, restaurants, and lodging, stop by the center at 101 West 7th St.

800-436-8696
Aquarena Center
Take the famous glass bottom boat tour, one of the most popular ways to view the bubbling springs and the Natural Aquarium of Texas.

512-245-7570
San Marcos Visitor Center

For additional information on San Marcos events, attractions and accomodations stop by the Convention and Visitors Bureau center on I-35, exit 205.

512-478-0098

Wonder World
Only earthquake-formed cave in the nation open to the public and offers a nature tourism experience focused on Texas' geology and history.

512-392-3760


Austin Children's Museum
Children of all ages can touch, climb and play to their hearts content.

512-472-2499
Austin Duck Adventures
Tour historic and scenic streets of Austin and then in the very same vehicle, splash into Lake Austin's waters for a leisurely cruise in its crystal clear waters.

512-477-5274
Austin Visitors Center
For details about events and city attractions stop by the visitor center operated by Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau

512-478-0098
Austin Zoo
This Delightful children's zoo in southwest Travis County offers children of all ages hands-on encounters with many different animals.

512-288-1490
Bastrop Opera House
Bastrop's award-winning community theatre.

Home of the Spring Street Players and the Colorado River Repertory.


512-321-6283

Central Texas Museum of Automotive History


A century of automotive history in 125 fully restored cars, from Stanley Steamers to Duesenbergs to Jaguars, along with an extensive automobile library.

512-237-2635

The Dinosaur Park


Our main attraction will be outdoor exhibits of superior quality, life-size replicas of dinosaurs. These hefty creatures will have plenty of room to stretch on 18 acres of beautiful land on Texas Highway 71. The Dinosaur Park will be a fun and creative way for everyone to obtain a lasting impression of the majestic animals that once ruled our earth.
McKinney Roughs LCRA Preserve

1,100 acre nature preserve with hiking and equestrian trails along the Colorado River between Austin and Bastrop. The preserve contains more than 1.5 miles of river bank, three large box canyons and four ecosystems. Nine miles of walking and horseback trails, including one mile that is wheelchair accessible.

512-303-5073

Bastrop Visitor Center
For information about events, attractions, or places to dine, stop by the Bastrop Chamber of Commerce office at 927 Main Street.
Union Depot Museum
Built in 1903 as a train depot, thanks to a 'union' effort of two independent railroads that operated in the area, facility was renovated in 2002. Permenent exhibits details town's history and development through transportation from the early 1900's.
Railroad Historic Park and Museum
Features old Union Pacific and Missouri-Kansas-Texas cabnooses, photographs, railroad memorbilia, and vitage motor car. Museum dipicts history of railroad in Smithville and its importance to the community.

512-237-2313
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