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Attractions in Austin

Experience a little culture on your gaycation.

The Contemporary Austin

Keep your eyes busy scoping out something tasteful for once at this museum focused on visual arts with monthly changing exhibits.

Zilker Park

A great place to enjoy nature within the city, you can enjoy gardens, canoeing, swimming, theaters and all manner of active and inactive gaiety.

The Blanton Museum of Art

Recently opened, The Blanton offers a variety of European, American and Latin American work and a permanent collection containing over 17,000 pieces.

The Bat Bridge!

America’s largest urban bat colony is either really cool, or really frightening. Come at dusk to see 1.5 million bats emerge from under Congress Avenue Bridge.

South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

A cute museum that mostly focuses pop art in Austin. It’s like a little music history lesson taught with a vast collections of concert posters.

Museum of Natural and Artificial Ephemerata

Austin will stay weird if this place sticks around. Oddities and bizarre collections abound, but check the hours first because those too are subject to change.

Hippie Hollow Park

Why wear clothes when they’re optional down at Hippie Hollow. Leave your inhibitions at home and enjoy 109 acres of naked bliss.

Austin Museum of Art

This museum hopes to bring together the Austin community through modern and contemporary art. The AMOA and the Jones Center Arthouse are now one.

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