Ready to roll on the charter bus to Austin?
Everyone is going to love this trip. Austin has so much to offer your charter bus gang. This is not only a very cultural city, Austin is a football town.
The University of Texas has a very popular college team and this town loves their football.
Austin is known for its beautiful lakes, particularly Town Lake, Lake Austin, Lake Walter E. Long and Lake Travis. There are scenic drives around all the lakes, charter an excursion with your group around a lake or two. Try some fishing or just go for a boat ride. Other Austin area attractions include Ballet Austin, the Austin Symphony, Esther’s Follies, Hyde Park Theater, State Theater Company, Mary Moody Northern Theater and the Paramount Theater for the Performing Arts.
Your charter bus group will want to partake of the Austin County Flea Market. This enormous gathering of merchants from all over the area has a virtual cornucopia of items to look over, at, and through. Like the sign says outside the entrance, "If you can't find it here, you probably don't need it!"
Austin has a huge arts district. Archer M. Hungtington Art Gallery, Atrium Gallery, Attal’s Southwest Gallery usually have private exhibitions going on with local and regional artists. For a real treat for your charter bus gang, stop in at the Austin Museum of Art. This huge facility has thousands of items on display.
If your charter bus group wants to take in something on the wild side, charter yourselves a stop by the Austin Zoo. There are over 2,000 animals and nearly all are in natural habitats. An exquisite stop for your charter bus gang is the National Wildflower Research Center, your charter bus gang will revel in the beautiful and exotic flowers on display.
For the truly adventurous in your charter bus group, take a ride with Airscape Parasail? If having fun on terra firma is more your charter bus gang's speed, check out the Circle C Ranch or Riverside Golf Courses, both offer 18 holes of challenging fun for your next golf outing.
Take a presidential stop on your charter bus excursion of Austin, The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum was established to preserve and make available for research the papers and memorabilia of President Lyndon Baines Johnson. In addition, the Library actively collects the papers of Johnson's contemporaries and conducts an oral history program designed to supplement the written record. The history buffs in your charter bus tour will enjoy this informative stop!
Something off the beaten path for your charter bus gang is the Bat Bridge. Over 10 million bats leave from underneath the Congress Avenue Bridge. It takes over an hour and a half for all the bats to leave. Make sure everyone on your charter bus excursion has their cameras handy for this stop.
Austin has a multitude of great places to take in a great meal, if your charter bus gang is in the mood for some great food and quiet conversation,stop in at the Café Caprice, Bistro 88, or Bitter End Bistro. Since you're in Texas, take in something Texas is famous for : Bar-B-Que! Big B's, Stubb's and Porky's all have super fine fare!
Austin will hold many happy memories for you and your charter bus group, book your next outing today!
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