Before I Die Wall
206 East Elizabeth St. at Brakenridge
Find this hidden gem right off South Congress! Pieces of chalk are normally lying all over the ground so get creative and confess one (or more) of the dreams you want to achieve before you die!
Greetings From Austin Mural
W Annie St & S 1st St
Greetings from Austin mural. Fun spot to take photos, lots of great restaurants and food trucks nearby.
Museum Of The Weird
412 E 6th St
This little museum off of the bustling lively sixth street is an insane hidden treasure. Go in and see things you only thought to be myth. All the stories you heard about are real here.
Baylor Street Wall Art
Baylor St & W 11th St
Baylor Street Wall Art is an awsome abandoned concrete jungle, where the graffiti is always changing and makes for wonderful pictures.
7311 Decker Ln
Rodeo Austin comes annually in March. Rodeo + carnival + live performances by big names in country (like Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam, and Martina McBride to name a few from this year).
Jo's Hot Coffee Good Food
1300 S Congress Ave
This little graffiti spot on the side of Jo's has become a tourist attraction for pictures.
900 E 11th St
This adorable graffiti dog lives on the wall across the street from Franklin Barbecue. Austin is known for memorable graffiti--might this one become the new hotspot for tourist photos and postcards?
Pennybacker Bridge Overlook
N Capital of Texas Hwy
Blow up your insta with pics of the idyllic #pennybackerbridge. Bring your sweety or your bestie. A short but steep hike, we saw a girl doing it in her quinceanara dress!
Texas State Capitol
112 E 11th St
The Texas Capitol building is large and beautiful, with pretty grounds for picnicking. Inside is quite beautiful and it's free!
Cathedral of Junk
4422 Lareina Dr
Cathedral of Junk is AMAZING! So much to look at, and a very nice pup that plays out there as well. Be sure to take a camera and make a reservation to see this masterpiece! ?+1 (512) 299-7413
1119 Tillery Street
This is definitely a very good view of austin. Its just mins drive away from town, but here the landscape feels so different.
Whether to express yourself with spray paint or see all the other interesting art made by local Austinites. Bring your camera, it's a sight to see.
Congress Avenue Bridge / Austin Bats
100 Congress Ave
This bridge over the Colorado River in downtown Austin is famous for its bats! You can usually see them fly out from under the bridge just before sunset
Castle Hill is the fairytale of Austin. Whether it be with lovers, friends or family, it's a sight to see. Graffiti covers every inch of the walls so the "selfies" are endless.
SXSW is a 10 day interactive, film, and music festival that spreads throughout all of downtown Austin. It brings tons of free entertainment and live shows!
Graffiti Park @ Castle Hills is pretty rad! Not only because I walked up to hear my favorite song being played, but the art is amazing. Next time I go I'll be packing a lunch for the picnic table!
Take a trip to the Graffiti park and leave your own mark!
Cathedral of Junk
4422 Lareina Dr
The most beautiful castle of junk I ever saw. It's by appointment only now and he'll take donations. It's def worth it. Beautiful, creative and a sight to see.
Austin Farmers Market
422 Guadalupe St
It's been a fun Saturday routine. Waking up, grabbing a cup of coffee and heading to the farmers market. We stock up on fresh veggies and eggs or the week and reward ourselves with a homemade brunch.
Austin Visitor Center
602 E 4th St
Austin Convention Center hosts some of the most exciting events happening in Texas including the whole interactive experience at SXSW. The massive building has several eateries and is state of the art
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