One of Austin's oldest tourist attractions, Mount Bonnell is also one of the highest points in the city — there is ... More
One of Austin's oldest tourist attractions, Mount Bonnell is also one of the highest points in the city — there is an incredible view of Lake Austin and the downtown skyline right by the picnic tables. Legend has it that the 99 steps to the top hold enchanting qualities: if a couple climbs the mount once, they fall in love; twice, they become engaged; and three times, they are destined to be married.
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 ...
Built in 1867 as the home of the Texas General Land Office, this building is the oldest standing government building
in the state. Along with a listing on the National Register of Historic Places, it has quite a bit ...
See the beautiful sights of the Texas State Capital, Austin, like you've never seen them before by gliding on a
Segway. Segways have a platform perched on two wheels with a patented gyroscope balancing system enabling the standing rider ...