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      9.0
      200 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (at Congress Ave), Austin
      Art Museum
      • Tune O.

        Tune O. • March 11, 2010Catch the museum during B-Scene to kill several birds with one stone: see the newest exhibit, have a fun (and inexpensive) night out, support the arts, etc.

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    • 2.
      9.0
      1830 Simond Ave, Austin
      Science Museum
      • ♓June♓ M.

        ♓June♓ M. • January 7, 2014Great place for the kiddos & parents!! Lots of great activities, exhibits, & an awesome outdoor playground. 👍👍

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    • 3.
      9.2
      1800 Congress Ave (at Martin Luther King Jr Blvd), Austin
      History MuseumView Prices
      • Wendy K.

        Wendy K. • July 6, 2014I learn so much every time I come, They have great rotating exhibits. The staff and volunteers are incredibly helpful as well.

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    • 4.
      9.2
      University of Texas at Austin (300 West 21st Street), Austin
      Museum
      • Vonia

        Vonia • December 9, 2014The Gone With The Wind Exhibit was extensive; a great afternoon.

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    • 5.
      9.1
      2313 Red River St (at E Dean Keeton St.), Austin
      History Museum
      • Josh A.

        Josh A. • January 5Must do stop for Austinites and highly recommend for tourists. Al about LBJ but usually some cool temporary exhibit. Don't be afraid to learn something!

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    • 6.
      8.7
      700 Congress Ave (at 7th St), Austin
      Art Museum
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    • 7.
      8.4
      2200 W 35th St, Austin
      History Museum
      • Elena O.

        Elena O. • April 30Museum and fun picnic areas with woody trails.

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    • 8.
      8.4
      University of Texas at Austin (2400 Trinity Street), Austin
      History Museum
      • Austin American-Statesman

        Austin American-Statesman • February 24, 2012Located in the Texas Natural Science Center, the Texas Memorial Museum has exhibits on wildlife, dinosaurs, fossils, gems and minerals. Visitors can see the paleontology lab and visit with scientists.

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      • Nikon USA

        Nikon USA • March 12, 2011When photographing at AMOA, don’t forget to utilize a wide angle lens – these are often needed for photographs of larger sculptures or exhibits, as well as the museum itself.

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    • 10.
      8.2
      1165 Angelina St, Austin
      History Museum
      • Sharick C.

        Sharick C. • December 31, 2015Very touching and informative Museum. Has a beautiful section dedicated to the Juneteenth Commemoration.

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    • 11.
      8.2
      2201 Barton Springs Rd (at Andrew Zilker Rd.), Austin
      Science Museum
      • Chance H.

        Chance H. • July 26, 2012Come stop by the Barton Springs Splash Exhibit to learn about the Edwards Aquifer and to see a live barton springs salamander!

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    • 12.
      7.9
      419 Congress Ave (at 5th St), Austin
      Art Museum
      • Dell

        Dell • March 9, 2016Sample Texas' vibrant Mexican culture. Mexic-Arte features both contemporary and historical art, with a focus on local artists.

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    • 13.
      7.6
      409 E 5th St, Austin
      Museum
      • Brandi S.

        Brandi S. • June 29, 2012Neat historical site. It's worth it to have a docent give you a tour.

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    • 14.
      7.5
      304 E 44th St, Austin
      Art Museum
      • Matt B.

        Matt B. • 1 week agoGreat collection of sculptures. Check out the little room at the top level to see a cool idea for a bookcase.

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    • 15.
      7.3
      802 San Marcos St, Austin
      History Museum
      • CultureMap Austin

        CultureMap Austin • July 14, 2011If you love history as much as we do, you'll love the clever offerings of their Museum Store. Especially the "J'Adore Texas" T-shirts.

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    • 16.
      7.2
      412 E 6th St, Austin
      Museum
      • Mark B.

        Mark B. • September 25, 2016Very campy but cool small exhibit. Have an open mind and you'll enjoy...especially seeing the "Iceman". The last part of the tour is the best but I won't give away the surprise.

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    • 17.
      8.9
      112 E 11th St (Congress), Austin
      Capitol Building
      • Kelly W.

        Kelly W. • March 4, 2016Really like the model architectures at the visitor center! There is also a gift shop if someone wants to buy a souvenir.

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    • 18.
      6.8
      2310 San Gabriel St, Austin
      Museum
      • Social N.

        Social N. • June 30, 2012If you're on/around campus & feel like exploring, this is right in West Campus, often unnoticed. It has such a cool, diverse history in TX, from a Civil War hospital to a school for the blind & more!

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    • 19.
      7.1
      1165 Angelina St, Austin
      Movie Theater
      • Master M.

        Master M. • March 5, 2013Rock ‘n’ roll legend Eric Clapton will headline a concert at the Frank Erwin Center March 17 with special guest The Wallflowers. The stop in Austin will be Clapton’s only appearance in the area.

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    • 20.
      6.2
      411 E 5th St, Austin
      Museum
      • CultureMap Austin

        CultureMap Austin • July 14, 2011The Dickinson Museum shares the grounds and meeting space with the neighboring O. Henry Museum, which preserves and retells the weird legacy of another controversial figure in Austin's history.

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    • 21.
      5.9
      3809 W 35th St, Austin
      Art Museum
      • Vonia

        Vonia • March 14, 2015Beautiful area, overlooking The Lake Travis flowing boathouses, gardens, etcetera, offers classes; somewhat secluded.

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    • 22.
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      510 E Anderson Ln, Austin
      History Museum
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    • 23.
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      1808 Singleton Ave, Austin
      Museum
      • Vonia

        Vonia • June 21, 2014Jen & Scott are very friendly curators. As are their children.... A very tiny museum, but worth it; one of the last ones based inside a private residence!

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      History Museum
      • Jason H.

        Jason H. • February 13, 2013Help save the Dino Tracks! The museum is trying to raise funds to save them. The building they are in is unstable and it is leading to their deterioration!

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    • 25.
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      Austin
      History Museum
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    • 26.
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      1108 Cesar Chavez, Austin
      History Museum
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    • 27.
      5.5
      1516 S Lamar Blvd (Oltorf), Austin
      Museum
      • Austin American-Statesman

        Austin American-Statesman • February 21, 2012Get a little bit of Austin’s weird history at this center on Lamar. The center features rotating art exhibits of some of Austin’s quirky artists.

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    • 28.
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      University of Texas, Austin
      Museum
      • Doug M.

        Doug M. • May 25, 2010Our Body exhibit until 9/22/10. $11 for UT staff and students 5th floor of Red Zone.

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