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Austin Duck Adventures
A narrated, 75-minute land and lake tour in an amphibious vehicle through downtown. 209 E. Sixth St. 477-5274



Austin Ghost Tours
Downtown walking tours offered Saturday and Sunday nights year-round. Reservations required. 617 Congress Ave. 853-9826


Austin Nature and Science Center
Camps, exhibits and animal showcase. 301 Nature Center Drive 327-8181


Austin Steam Train
Vintage trains make varied runs throughout the year. 477-8468


Austin Zoo
Rescued animals from Texas and around the world, petting zoo and train. 10807 Rawhide Trail. 288-1490


Bats in flight
The Ann Richards Congress Avenue bridge over Lady Bird Lake is home to the largest urban bat colony in North America. Approximately 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats make Austin their home from mid-March through early November each year.


Bear Creek Stables, Inc.
Lighted arenas, English and Western riding lessons. 13017 Bob Johnson Road. 282-0250


Capital Cruises
Boat tours on Lady Bird Lake. 208 Barton Springs Road. 480-9264


Chaparral Ice Centers
Ice skating, video games and a hockey program. 14200 N. Interstate 35 252-8500 and 2525 Anderson Lane 451-5102

Congress Avenue and Sixth Street
Guided walking tour of downtown includes historic buildings such as the 1915 Paramount Theatre and the 1886 Driskill Hotel. Wheelchair accessible. Parking free on weekends. 478-0098


Governor's Mansion
Tours of the Greek Revival mansion. home to every governor since 1856, are offered weekday mornings. 1010 Colorado Street. Reservations required. (512) 463-5516


J & M Aviaries
Home to more than 60 species of exotic birds and other animals. Animal encounter shows Saturdays and Sundays. 8647 U.S. 290 West (512) 288-2199


Kiddie Acres
Amusement park for families with children 10 and younger. Rides and miniature golf. 4800 W. Howard Lane. (512) 255-4131


Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Established by Lady Bird Johnson in 1982, the nonprofit center promotes and preserves native plants. 4801 La Crosse Ave. (512) 292-4100


Lone Star Riverboat
Doubledecker, paddle wheel riverboat cruises on Lady Bird Lake. (512) 327-1388.


Mabel Davis District Park
Austin's first skate park with a skate bowl and streetscape elemenats, Olympic-size swimming pool, playscape and picnic area. 3427 Parker Lane. (512) 441-5247

Main Event
Bowling alley, laser tag, wall climbing, billiards and a restaurant. 13301 N. US 183. (512) 401-0000


Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex
Bowling, roller skating, arcade, movie theater and more. 1156 Hargrave St. (512) 472-6932

Mount Bonnell
Visitors can picnic atop this 785-foot limestone hill with panoramic views of Lake Austin, downtown and the University of Texas. 3800 Mount Bonnell Road.

Old Bakery and Emporium
1876 structure listed in the Narional Register of Historic Places. Gift shop and confectionery. 1006 Congress Ave. (512) 477-5961

Peter Pan Mini Golf
Two miniature golf courses and video games. 1207 Barton Springs Road. (512) 472-1033

Playland Skate Center
Roller skating and in-line skating. 8822 McCann Drive (512) 452-1901


Ramp Ranch
In-line skating, skateboarding and BMX biking. Lessons available. 10355 Texas 29, Liberty Hill (512) 515-7600


Texas Capitol
Tours of the Capitol and underground extension. 11th Street and Congress Ave. (512) 463-0063


Texas State Cemetery
Burial ground dating to 1851 for Republic of Texas founders, jurists, writers and elected officials. Monuments include the works of Charles Umlauf, Elisabet Ney and Pompeo Coppini. Tours available. 909 Navasota St. (512) 463-0605

Texas Union Underground
Located on the University of Texas campus, the Union Underground offers bowling, billiards, arcade games and a laptop lounge. Texas Union, 24th and Guadalupe Streets. (512) 475-6670

Treaty Oak
500-year old famed live oak is the last surviving tree of a grove that once sheltered Comanches and Tonkawas. The tree made international news in 1989 when it was poisoned. 5th and Baylor Streets. (512) 440-5150

University of Texas Tower
Landmark on the University of Texas campus made headlines Aug. 1, 1966, when Charles Whitman opened fire on pedestrians from the tower, killing 14 people and wounding 31. Reopened in 1999, the tower offers panoramic views of the city. Call for tour availability. (512) 475-6633

Volente Beach Water Park
Water rides, beach and lagoon on Lake Travis. April-September 16107 RM 2769, Leander (512) 258-5109

Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve
224-acre sanctuary for native plants, animals and birds, including some endangered species. Some trails are wheelchair accessible. Weekend, stargazer and moonlight tours. 805 N. Capital of Texas Hwy. (Loop 360) (512) 327-7622

Zilker Botanical Garden
31-acre botanical garden features a butterfly trail and themed gardens, including pioneer and prehistoric villages. 2220 Barton Springs Road. (512) 477-8672

Zilker Park
Downtown park includes Barton Springs, a spring-fed swimming pool, picnicking, a hillside theater, playground and a miniature train. 2100 Barton Springs Road. (512) 867-3080

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