Culture, arts & entertainment: things to do in Austin


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Estimated cost Free Estimated duration 30-40 mins Distance away Less than a mile away
Explore Texas history by taking a free tour around Austin's most iconic building. Tours of the Capitol Building run from noon - 3.30pm from the Capitol South Foyer - or if you prefer, take a self-guided tour as you wander around yourself.
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If you think Austin is closed on Sundays, think again: we've got extraordinary things to do to make it a real #SundayFunday. From music to modern art, open your eyes to a world of culture and creativity - right where you are - with ATTDT this weekend.

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