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Pass By: YourBikerGang.com, 506 Walsh St, Austin, TX 78703-5223
Our tours begin at our clubhouse at 506 Walsh Street, Austin, TX 78703.
Pass By: Seaholm District, Austin, TX, USA
The Seaholm Development District is a former industrial section of southwest downtown Austin that has undergone a dramatic transformation into a vibrant, mixed-use urban neighborhood.
Pass By: Austin Central Library, Austin Public Library, 701 W. Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, TX 78701
At this library, which opened in 2017, the books—500,000 in total—are just the beginning of the story. There’s also an art gallery, an event space, a rooftop butterfly garden, a series of group-study rooms, a café (featuring several cookbook-inspired meals) and a “technology petting zoo,” which enables visitors to toy with next-generation gadgets, like a 3-D printer. The building itself—which centers around a six-story, sun-drenched atrium—is cutting-edge too. In July, it earned a Platinum LEED certification for its sustainable design, which includes a bicycle-repair and parking garage and a cistern on the roof that pipes rainwater to the bathrooms. - Time Magazine's Greatest Places 2018
Pass By: Toy Joy, 403 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701-3802
A must stop for kids and adults of all ages, Toy Joy has been known for over 25 years as an eclectic jam packed store full of weird, fun, nostalgic and collectible toys.
Pass By: Austin City Limits Live, 310 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701-4609
Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater (ACL Live) is a state-of-the-art, 2,750-person capacity live music venue that hosts approximately 100 concerts a year. It serves as the permanent home for the taping of the acclaimed KLRU-TV produced PBS series, Austin City Limits, the longest running music series in American television history. ACL Live is the first mixed-occupancy building of its type in the world to be LEED certified.
Pass By: Doug Sahm Hill Summit, Doug Sahm Hill Path,, Austin, TX 78704
Doug Sahm Hill Summit, named for the Texas music legend, is located in Butler Park near the Long Center and has one of the most picturesque views of the city.
Pass By: Long Center, 701 W Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78704-1269
The Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long Center for the Performing Arts is a performing arts venue located along Lady Bird Lake in downtown Austin, Texas. The Long Center is the permanent home of the Austin Symphony Orchestra, Austin Lyric Opera and Ballet Austin, as well hosting other Austin-area performing arts organizations.
Pass By: Town Lake, Interstate 35 Mopac Bridge, Austin, TX 78704
Previously know as Town Lake, Lady Bird Lake is a river-like reservoir on the Colorado River in Austin, Texas, United States. The City of Austin created the reservoir in 1960 as a cooling pond for a new city power plant. The lake, which has a surface area of 416 acres, is now used primarily for recreation and flood control.
Pass By: South Congress Avenue, South Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704
South Congress draws plenty of foot traffic to its vibrant stretch of hip boutiques, trendy lodging options and Austin-original eateries. Live music shows abound, including nightly sets at the legendary Continental Club. There’s also a picture-postcard vista of the Texas State Capitol.
Pass By: Stevie Ray Vaughan Statue, Riverside Drive & South First Street Adjacent to Auditorium Shores, Austin, TX
A monument to the great blues legend Stevie Ray Vaughn
Pass By: Lady Bird Lake Hike-and-Bike Trail, Lady Bird Lake First Street Bridge at Lady Bird Lake, Austin, TX 78701
In the heart of Austin is the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake, a lush, urban path that meanders along the water’s edge and passes by skyscrapers, neighborhoods, ball fields and cultural attractions. With the completion of the Boardwalk portion of the Trail in June 2014, the 1.3 mile gap along the south shore has been closed, and the Trail now serves our city in an additional way – as an alternative transportation route for our growing urban core.
Pass By: Congress Avenue Bridge / Austin Bats, 100 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701-4072
From April to October visitors and residents alike line up nightly on the Congress Avenue Bridge to witness the bats fly out from beneath the bridge, forming a surreal dark cloud as they ascend into the night sky. Arrive early for a front row spot (the sidewalk gets crowded) and be sure to face the east, as the bats will fly out in that direction.
Pass By: Rainey Street Historic District, Rainey Street, Austin, TX 78701
Rainey Street is positioned near Lady Bird Lake and Interstate 35 in the southeast corner of downtown. Though 21 buildings are specifically identified as a part of the historic district, the stretch of Rainey between River and Driskill includes 31 buildings built before 1934, giving the neighborhood a historic character relative to other areas of the city. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Since the early 2010s, the formerly sleepy residential street has turned into a popular nightlife district. Much of the historic homes have been renovated into bars and restaurants, many of which feature large porches and outdoor yards for patrons.
Pass By: O. Henry Home & Museum, 409 E 5th St, Austin, TX 78701-3705
Brush Square is home to the O. Henry Museum, the Joseph and Susanna Dickinson Hannig Museum and the Austin Fire Museum.
Pass By: Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701-3216
The Paramount Theatre is a century-old performance venue and movie theater located in the heart of downtown Austin.
Pass By: 6th Street, 115 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78701-3651
Sixth Street is a historic street and entertainment district in Austin, Texas located within the city's urban core in Downtown Austin.
Pass By: Texas State Capitol, 1100 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704-1728
Did you know the statue on top of the State Capitol is The Goddess of Liberty? The top of that statue makes the Texas State Capitol taller than the US Capitol!
Pass By: The Driskill, 604 Brazos St, Austin, TX 78701-3212
Some claim The Driskill Hotel is one of the most haunted hotels in the United States. Colonel Jesse Driskill opened the luxurious hotel in 1886.
Pass By: Old Bakery & Emporium, 1006 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701-2424
The Old Bakery Building has been an Austin icon on Congress Avenue since 1876, when Swedish immigrant Charles Lundberg opened one of the city’s largest and most successful bakeries there. For 60 years the building housed bakers who supplied bread and pastries to locals and visitors headed to the Capitol. The Old Bakery doesn’t serve baked goods anymore, but it still welcomes visitors as a tourist information center, gift shop, art gallery, and museum featuring original items from the 1800’s.
Pass By: Treaty Oak, 503 Baylor St. Between W. Fifth and Sixth streets, Austin, TX 78701
The Treaty Oak is a Texas live oak tree in Austin, Texas, United States, and the last surviving member of the Council Oaks, a grove of 14 trees that served as a sacred meeting place for Comanche and Tonkawa tribes prior to European settlement of the area. Foresters estimate the Treaty Oak to be about 500 years old. Before its vandalism in 1989, the tree's branches had a spread of 127 feet (39 m). The tree is located in Treaty Oak Park, on Baylor Street between 5th and 6th Streets, in Austin's West Line Historic District.