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Especially visit in October when there’s a splendid display of alters honoring the dearly departed.
Interesting Mexican art and cultural museum. I also recommend “La Peña,” a similar museum a 3 min walk from this one that has free admission.
20th century Mexican art, photos & masks Home to a small permanent collection & hosts annual show profiling young Latino artists.
Representing one of the city's largest cultural influences and populations, the Mexic-Arte Museum showcases traditional and contemporary Mexican, Latino, and Latin American art and culture. Founded in 1983, the museum features rotating exhibits, many of which are thought-provoking statements about…
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“For the art lovers! A beautiful art museum to spend some time at in Downtown Austin.”
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“If you are interested in Texas history, this is w really cool museum. It also has an IMAX theater that shows cool documentaries and feature films.”
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“Zilker Botanical Garden — located on 26 acres nestled within Zilker Metropolitan Park in the heart of downtown Austin, Texas, Zilker Botanical Garden is often called “the jewel in the heart of Austin”. Theme gardens such as the Taniguchi Japanese Garden, Riparian Streambed, and Rose Garden are interconnected with streams, waterfalls and Koi-filled ponds, while the Hartman Prehistoric Garden recreates a Cretaceous habitat filled with plants from the time of the dinosaurs. Featuring heritage live oaks set into a hillside, the Garden offers a lush, shady respite perfect for an urban get-away stroll.”
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