Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
A wonderful place to walk and enjoy the local landscape of central Texas. This is a jewel located nearby. No reservations needed and they have a nice small sandwich shop.
A must-see for any garden lover or anyone looking for a peaceful walk, especially in spring to late-spring. Full of Texas native plants and outdoor architecture to honor the legacy of First Lady Ladybird Johnson.
If you're into flowers and butterflies and nature, this is a beautiful way to spend the afternoon. Depending on when you visit, they have different exhibits and experiences for kids and families.
The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center has absolutely gorgeous flowers year-round!
The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin is the state botanical garden and arboretum of Texas. The center features more than 900 species of native Texas plants in both garden and natural settings and is home to a breadth of educational programs and events. The…
A glorious creation by the late Lady Bird Johnson to be a place of rest and education, honoring the Texas ecosystem. Paths through fields of wildflowers, beautiful natural stone architecture, gardens, ponds, playscapes, an auditorium, wedding and event center.
Admission fee around $10. Beautiful garden/ exhibitions of wildflowers native to Texas’ landscape. Historical and aesthetic.
The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is dedicated to inspiring the conservation of native plants. They are a botanical garden open to the public year-round. The place is beautiful, and they work hard to educate the public about native plant conservation and give back to the community.
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“Renaissance to 20th-century American paintings, Latin American art, plus Greek & Roman sculpture.”
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“a local chain of movie theaters that host special screenings and sing alongs”
“Everything about this place transports you back to another time and makes you realize just how much LBJ contributed to this country. It's a great slice of Texas and also has some rotating exhibits that are sure to please no matter what they may be at the time of your visit. ”