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  • 6th Street, Austin
  • City Park-Neighborhood

When most people think of the Austin music scene, they think of Sixth Street and its strip of bars and clubs. It has been accused of becoming too touristy over the years, or at least becoming too college-sceney, but a visit to Austin isn't complete without giving this famous live music neighborhood ...

  • 1265 N 2nd St, Abilene
  • Performing Arts
  • 325-675-0303

This local ballet has attracted the attention of the entire nation for its production of the Nutcracker, but you'll find that this quality extends to all of its productions. You can watch the Tchaikovsky classics or more modern ballets like "Gotta Dance."

  • 2070 Zoo Lane, Abilene
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 325-676-6085

A walk through the butterfly gardens will bring you close to the flitter and weave of butterflies and the flowers they frequent. You'll see 200 species of animals besides, from bison to jaguars and even a few aquariums.

  • 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio
  • Museum
  • 210-225-1391

Is there a more famous spot in Texas than the Alamo? You'll find little is left of it as a fort, the Long Barracks and the chapel's beautiful facade all that remains, but the remains are well cared for, even beloved. The museum houses artifacts of the fort and provides narration on the famous battle...

  • Cas Johnson Road, Amarillo
  • Monument-Building
  • 806-857-3151

These quarries are old, prehistorically old. Ancient Native Americans settled here or at least gathered here to collect the Alibates flint. Later tribes (living from 1150 to 1500), specifically the Plains Village Indians would make their villages of rock-slab within this area. These ancestors of the...

  • 615 Texas Avenue, Houston
  • Performing Arts
  • 713-220-5700

This is Houston's local theater and it is as classy and entertaining a live theater as anyone could wish. From bombastic scripts and flamboyant costumes to the more subdued and philosophical, Alley Theatre performs. You can even watch trailers on their site.

  • 1400 Streit Drive, Amarillo
  • City Park-Neighborhood
  • 806-352-6513

Walk down winding paths through evergreen and flower gardens in the acres. A glass pyramid rises above the open-air plants and the milieu changes when you walk inside to tropical palms and flowering trees. This is the Mary Bivins Tropical Conservatory.

  • 2500 Victory Avenue, Dallas
  • Sports & Recreation
  • 214-222-3687

Home of the Mavericks, home of the Stars, home of the Desperadoes, this is Dallas's sports venue and at 20,000 seats, it can certainly accommodate the crowds. But this is a concert venue as well, and many of the popular modern country stars perform here.

  • 21001 NW 27th Ave, Miami Gardens
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 817-738-1933

This is one of those museums that’s in a state of constant expansion and has been from its beginnings. And it began as Amon G. Carter’s personal collection of works by Charles M. Russell and Frederic Remington. The museum would expand to cover many artists on many frontiers” of American art, and Geo...

  • 1936 Sherwood Way, San Angelo
  • Performing Arts
  • 325-949-4400

Texas has a long history of community theater, but this is Texas's oldest community theatre and still producing, producing, and producing. Musicals are their primary genre, from old classics to newer and more edgy song and dance.

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