- TripBuzz found 50 things to do indoors in the Austin area. From Chapel Dulcinea to The Driskill, Austin offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 50 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 40 different types of things to do inside in or near Austin, Texas. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Music Venue, Colleges & Universities and Aquariums.
- There are 19 indoor activities in Austin, and 31 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Round Rock, Dripping Springs, Cedar Park and Pflugerville.
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You won't regret making the trip to Perissos Vineyards, a small family winery that crafts their product using fruits grown exclusively in Texas. Upon entering the grapevine lined drive, you will feel like part of the family, so stop in for a taste.
The Central Texas Area Museum offers exhibits, resources, genealogical records, and collections focused on the history and culture of the Central Texas area. They emphasize Scottish heritage in particular, and host a number of special events with that theme.
There are actually two different tasting rooms for the Rising Star Winery, now known as the Rising Star Vineyards. The main room is located at the actual vineyards while the other is in the village of Salado and features a cheese deli and gift shop.
The Salado Creek Winery is a vineyard that features daily wine tastings and a 10% military discount. The winery uses Texas fruit to make the wines and have won medals in the Indianapolis International Wine Festival.
King Ranger Theatres features lighted parking, wheelchair accessible facilities, hearing impaired devices, rocking chair seats, and stadium seating. The movie theater also has all Dolby and DTS Digital Surround Sound.
The renowned Texas Theatre has been providing entertainment since its inception in 1963 and is best known as the theatre that Lee Harvey Oswald took shelter in after assassinating President John F. Kennedy. The cinema also has a bar that provides food and beverages.
The Heritage Museum in Seguin is dedicated to the preservation of the cultural and business history of Seguin and Guadalupe County. The museums exhibits include fire station memorabilia and photographs, historical home and restaurant items and books.