March Family-Friendly Events

(Spring Break Edition)

It's March and that means Spring Break is just around the corner. Of course the first thing we would recommend is one of our fabulous Spring Break Camps! We are offering four this year in a variety of locations throughout Austin. Click HERE for information!

If you're looking for something fun for the ENTIRE family, we found some wonderful day trips you're sure to enjoy!

Bastrop TX

(approximately  30 miles from Austin)

893 Union Chapel Road
Cedar Creek, Texas. 78612
512-321-6262

The Dinosaur Park features a unique outdoor museum setting. While most museums have dinosaur skeletons, our realistic life-size dinosaur replicas show skin and color variations to give a better understanding as to how they looked when they were alive. These statues range in size from the 2-foot long Compsognathus to the 55-foot long Spinosaurus. As you walk through a tree-lined nature trail the dinosaurs sit back from the trail, situated among plants, trees and rocks, making it easy to imagine real dinosaurs in a natural environment. The Dinosaur Park is an educational and fun place, where everyone can learn about the majestic animals that ruled our earth for over 150 million years. Other activities include a fossil-dig, playground, picnic area and a wonderful Dinosaur Store stocked with a variety of gifts sure to please any dinosaur fan! For More Information and Special Spring Break Hours: www.TheDinoPark.com

Bastrop TX

(approximately  30 miles from Austin)

367A Jenkins Road
Cedar Creek, Texas. 78612
512-303-6675

The Capital of Texas Zoo is one of Greater Austin's and Bastrop's most exciting animal adventures. Just 20 minutes east from downtown Austin, the Zoo is home to over 500 rare and beautiful wild animals. The Zoo's twin missions include Wildlife Education and Conservation of Endangered Species.  Small and intimate, the Capital of Texas Zoo is one of Austin and Bastrop area's most unique experiences! The zoo features both exhibits and shows. For more information: www.capitaloftexaszoo.org

Cedar Park TX

(approximately  20 miles from Austin)

401 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste C-100, Cedar Park TX 78613
512-477-8468

Our most popular route! This 66 mile excursion journeys through the Texas Hill Country, crossing the wooden trestle bridge over the South San Gabriel River and Short Creek Canyon. During the two hour layover in Burnet you can enjoy lunch on your own, a leisurely stroll around the historic town square and the Wild West Gunfight (weather permitting). Finally, relax and enjoy our historic cars as the train returns to Cedar Park!. For more information: www.austinsteamtrain.org

New Braunfels TX

(approximately  60 miles from Austin)

801 W San Antonio St.

New Braunfels, TX 78130
830-606-9525

McKenna Children’s Museum is a learning environment bursting with fun! Discover a world of arts and creativity, science and technology, culture, health and history. The McKenna Children’s Museum is a stimulating environment dedicated to promoting the overall well-being of children. Children can see, touch, smell and taste in an atmosphere especially designed to build healthy young minds and wholesome bodies. Watch them live large. Learn lots. Laugh out loud. And let their imagination do the rest. Exhibits include: Lend-A-Hand Ranch, the Grocery Store, Outside the Lines Art Studio, the Tot Spot, Destination Space and many more. Your child can be a doctor, banker and gardener in the morning, a scientist, artist and inventor in the afternoon! Imagination is all it takes to invent a healthy adventure at The McKenna Children’s Museum. For more information: www.McKennaKids.org

Killeen TX

(approximately  60 miles from Austin)

6200 W Central Texas Expy.

Killeen TX 76549
254-526-1768

Explore the skies at Mayborn Science Theater’s planetarium on the campus of Central Texas College. Groups will enjoy planetarium shows on a 60-foot dome, which surrounds audiences with eye-popping images and 15-thousand watts of digitally reproduced sound. Planetarium shows focus on topics such as constellations, solar storms, social studies, and more.

For more information: www.starsatnight.org

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