Texas State Capitol, Austin, Texas

7 Mentions on Trippy

  • 2 mentions in How many days should you spend in each city in Texas?

    • MaryAnn S.

      MaryAnn S. said, "...Padre Island - shrimp, shore and fish. Central Texas: So much more than Austin . Austin is a great place. The Texas State Capitol is a must do. Congress Ave and 'The Drag' as well as University of Texas at Austin are sights..." See More

    • Gemma G.

      Gemma G. said, "...Channel). You can also get a strong sense of Texas history here. For example, you can visit and walk around the Texas State Capitol for free. In addition to all of that, there are a lot of great shopping boutiques as well as..." See More

  • 1 mention in Things to do in Austin 4th of July Week 🇺🇸

    • Terry L.

      Terry L. said, "...and piano bars all up and down that area! Be sure to visit the The University of Texas at Austin, the Texas State Capitol. Refreshing plunge on a hot day? Try Barton Springs Pool the water in that huge pool is seriously..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best free things to do in Austin (Texas)?

    • Katerina P.

      Katerina P. said, "...Congress anyways. It's one of my favorite places in town to walk around. Plus you have an awesome view of the Texas State Capitol and downtown Austin skyline. You can also walk around town lake, which is a very popular thing to do...." See More

  • 1 mention in Fun things to do and must eats in Houston and Austin?

    • Claire W.

      Claire W. said, "...In Austin, you can visit the Texas State Capitol, Zilker Park (and its spring fed swimming pool which is one of the largest spring fed pools in the country and is quite cold, nice on a hot Austin day). LBJ Presidential Library..." See More

  • 1 mention in 3 Days in Austin in April- what is there to do?

    • Michael D.

      Michael D. said, "...of the local shops and get a burger at Hopdoddy, voted as one of the best in the country. See the Texas State Capitol and picnic on the grounds around it. If you want some nightlife Rainey St is the more mature alternative..." See More

  • 1 mention in What's the best neighborhood in Austin for a first time visitor?

    • Jessie W.

      Jessie W. said, "...area visitors [and certain crowds of hip locals] have flocked to for decades. You'll have a direct view up to the Texas State Capitol, and easy access to downtown when you're done checking out small businesses in that area. I tend to..." See More