Need tips about the city itself? Check out the official city website at http://www.austintexas.org/.
We also highly suggest accessing our hard-working pedicabs when downtown. We like to keep things local in this town and these are some of the hardest working individuals in this town. http://www.easyriderpedicabs.com
While you’re visiting the Bat Capitol of Texas, we highly suggest also checking out the following attractions…
Haunted ATX — http://hauntedatx.com/
Haunted ATX offers the ONLY mobile haunted tour in Austin. You and up to 5 additional guests will ride in a Classic 1979 Cadillac Hearse that has been converted into a luxurious limousine. The tour will visit 15 different landmarks that are reportedly haunted or have experienced paranormal activity.
Every summer night, hundreds of people gather to see the world’s largest urban bat colony emerge from under the Congress Avenue Bridge.These 1.5 million bats are fun to watch, but they’re also making our world a better place to live.
Museum of Ephemerata — http://www.mnae.org/
In Austin the artists have a special affinity for creating galleries and museums in their homes. The Museum of Ephemerata hosts a unique bizarre collection of curioso each season. A truly memorable and eerie experience.
Casino el Camino — http://casinoelcamino.com/
For the best burgers in town in the shadow of gargoyles and a jukebox full of punk, goth, and rock!
South Austin Museum of Pop Culture — http://www.samopc.org/
The South Austin Popular Culture Center was founded in 2004. Most of the founders were formerly employed at Armadillo World Headquarters and had a special interest in the visual artwork that was created to promote Austin live music in the sixties and seventies, the era when the city’s musicians and visual artists first began creating original work that laid the foundation of Austin’s current reputation as a creative city.
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