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The George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center showcases Austin's African-American heritage.
The George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center showcases Austin's African-American heritage. The colonial revival building has 4 galleries with exhibits on Juneteenth, Austin's African-American community, scientists and inventors, as well as programs, classes, theatre productions and a genealogy center.
1165 Angelina St, Austin, TX 78702, United States
The Texas State Cemetery is the final resting place of governors, senators, legislators, Congressmen, judges and other Texans who made a significant contribution to the history of the state
Is the state burying ground for Texas politicians, cultural figures and Republic of Texas heroes
SoCo, as South Congress Avenue is popularly called, is a vibrant neighborhood with several restaurants, cafes, food trucks, retail outlets, music venues and art galleries
The Texas Music Museum showcases the state's musical heritage and tradition, through musical artifacts, photographs and videos of performances, and live presentations
Oakwood Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Austin, and the final resting place of several notable personalities including Civil War General Thomas Green, 2-time Texas Governor Elisha Pease, and the city's first African-American councilman Henry Madison
If you're into the bar and club scene, head to Sixth Street during the later hours for a wide selection of venues, many of which also feature live music