Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Research Center was established by Lady Bird Johnson, First Lady of the United States from ... More
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Research Center was established by Lady Bird Johnson, First Lady of the United States from 1963-1969. This fabulous garden bearing her namesake brims with native Texas plants in courtyards, terraces, arbors and meadows. Along with a fantastic children's center, visitors can explore a visitors gallery, observation tower, cafe, gift store and nature trails. Enjoy award-winning architecture and fabulous scenery in this wonderful garden spot. Tours by appointment.
This historic building was originally designed as the Austin Asylum for the Blind in 1857. In post Civil War Reconstruction,
Major George Armstrong Custer occupied it. Today, it is a starting point for visitors to the University of Texas ...
Originally housing the first classes ever held by the University of Texas at Austin in 1894, the remains of Austin's
first state house is directly across from the current State Capitol Building . Once serving as a temporary capitol ...
This combination gallery, theater and school presents a variety of visual and performing arts programs. 1,800 square feet is devoted
to organization and group meetings as well as hosting a rotating schedule of exhibitions in artworks of all media. ...