Austin Insider Blog

This blog, written and curated by Visit Austin staff, shares the things that visitors love and locals can't get enough of.

Accessible Things to Do in Austin

Thanks to Austin's temperate Winters, mild Spring and Fall seasons and sunny Summers, visitors of all abilities will find a welcoming city and plenty of things to do all year round. This is your guide to the best places to visit in Austin, with limited discrimination and without the uncertainty…

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Visiting Wonderspaces Austin

Wonderspaces is a traveling art show that has taken up permanent residence in Northeast Austin. Spanning 28,000 square feet, the permanent Austin location features a dozen works of immersive and interactive installments from artists from around the world. New artwork rotates in throughout the year…

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Visiting Pioneer Farms

Visit Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farms to experience a working farm and living history park within the city limits. Located in North Austin, Pioneer Farms is a living history museum with six themed historic areas. Explore the more than 90 beautiful, wooded acres, including the Scarborough Barn where…

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Take A Virtual Tour of Austin

Just because we can’t travel in person right now, doesn’t mean we can take a virtual trip and experience our favorite Austin attractions from the comfort of our homes! Check out these virtual tours and 360-degree videos of Austin museums, attractions and iconic landmarks to help ease your current…

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ATXGo: Your Access Guide to Austin

Austin is home to many festivals (more than 60 annual festivals and counting) and now there is a new resource to help with accessibility planning needs. VSA Texas is a Texas-based non-profit organization that promotes the full inclusion of people with disabilities in Austin's culture and creative…

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Visiting the LBJ Presidential Library & Museum

A hub for historical memorabilia from the Lyndon B. Johnson Administration, the LBJ Presidential Library offers a unique look at American history. Experience the 1960s through a variety of interactive and engaging exhibits like a replica of LBJ's Oval Office, numerous telephone recordings of the…

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Visiting the Thinkery, Austin's Children's Museum

Little ones and parents alike love Austin’s hands-on children’s museum, the Thinkery, where science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) exhibits get families learning and laughing. Located in the Mueller neighborhood, the Thinkery is open daily and within walking distance from popular…

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Visiting Austin's New Central Library

Austin’s Central Library, located in the Seaholm EcoDiscrict, is one of the city’s greatest accomplishments. Opened in 2018, the library serves as a modern technology and information hub that reflects Austin’s vibrant culture and unique soul. The space reflects natural characteristics of the Hill…

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