What To See and Do During Spring Break in Austin

You can feel it in the warm rays reaching down from the sun, the cool wind gust and blooms peaking out from beneath the earth, it’s almost Spring!  With this celebration comes the time honored tradition of Spring Break, which lets face it, happens before the Vernal Equinox tells our calendars that it’s actually Spring!  If you’re setting your GPS to Austin this Spring Break, you’re not going to want to miss some of the best the town has to offer; such as a day lounging beside Barton Springs Pool, or a hike to the top of Mount Bonnell, which offers a not-to-be missed view of the Colorado River below, or shopping and sight seeing along South Congress and a FREE tour of the Texas State Capitol!  In addition, here’s some Spring Break events you won’t want to miss!


Blue Starlight Urban Drive In   For something really unique to do over Spring Break, check out this fun mini-boutique urban drive in, with a fun assortment of movies, including Grease Sing-a-long nights!

Zilker Botanical Gardens   Celebrate the prehistoric creatures that once called the Zilker Botanical Garden home on Dinosaur Days! Create your own Prehistoric Planter and fossils, explore the Hartman Prehistoric Garden, test your dinosaur knowledge with Get It Gals Trivia, and march in a dino parade that will let your spirit “saur.” This event is free with the cost of admission to the Garden and all ages are welcome.

Pioneer Day at Pioneer Farms,  Step back in time with special demonstrations and hands-on activities for the entire family.

Fly High at The Thinkery   Spring Break means General Admission all week, with fun camps and a special Kite Workshop, where visitors can make their own kites, which will be perfect for the Zilker Kite Festival on April 1st!

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