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Our Famous Ghost and Bat Segway Tour

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 2 hours

€64

...ut 2 million Mexican Free-Tailed Bats • The Texas State Capitol Building • Haunted Hotels • Haunted Historic Buildings •...

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Downtown Austin Historic Segway Tour

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 2 hours

€64

...andmarks, brilliant modern skyscrapers, the Texas state capitol building, and other historic and interesting buildings t...

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Austin Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

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 90 minutes

€17

...treet and the Paramount Theatre. The bus route starts at the Texas State Capitol three times a day at 2-hour intervals.

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Capitol of Texas Segway Tour

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 90 minutes

€45

... Highlights of this Segway Tour include the Texas State Capitol Building • Congress Avenue • Historic Driskill Hotel • W...

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The Texas State Capitol, Austin

Is a must-see for new visitors to Austin.

Is a must-see for new visitors to Austin. A large source of pride for the city and the state, the State Capitol is a beautiful building wrapped in Texas pink granite. Independent-minded Texans take pride in the fact that the State Capitol is actually 14 feet taller than the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Unlike many other state capitols in America, Texas' is as welcoming as the state's people, and is completely open to the public seven days a week. It's interesting to stroll through the halls, look at the paintings and sculptures, and peek into the legislative chambers. And it's free!


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8:00

22:00

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8:00

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8:00

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8:00

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About The Texas State Capitol

 1100 Congress Ave, Austin, TX, United States

 +1 512-463-5495

 www.tspb.state.tx.us

The Texas State Capitol and Nearby Sights on Map

Goodman Building

Carrington-Covert House

The Carrington-Covert House is a historic building dating back to 1857 and is one of the few surviving pre-Civil War structures in the city

Cathedral of Saint Mary

Millett Opera House

Texas Governor's Mansion

Women and Their Work Gallery

A visual and performing art organization that serves as a catalyst for contemporary art created by women living and working in Texas and beyond

Brizendine House

The Brizendine House is a historic Victorian home built in 1870 that offers a glimpse of the lifestyle of a late 19th century working middle-class family

Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum

The Bullock Texas State History Museum explores the history of the Lone Star state and presents 'the Story of Texas'

The Paramount Theatre

St. David's Episcopal Church