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20 Attractions to Explore Near Texas Military Forces Museum

Texas Military Forces Museum
Texas Military Forces Museum2200 W 35th St building 6, Austin, TX 78703, USA

A history museum which was hosted by the Texas Military Department at Camp Mabry and is part of the United States Army Historical Program which has indoor and outdoor galleries featuring 24 major exhibits, which includes over 10,000 artifacts, 36 vehicles, 8 dioramas, 16 macro environments, 16 macro artifacts, and over 50 uniformed mannequins. The library and archive features over 10,000 books and 20,000 photos available for research.

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Mayfield Park and Nature Preserve
Mayfield Park and Nature Preserve0.99 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

A historic cottage, garden and nature preserve which was located in West Austin, Texas which was built in 1870 s. Mayfield Park is open to the public and is known for its free-roaming peacocks on the property. The cottage and gardens can be reserved for private events. The grounds are immediately adjacent to Laguna Gloria, home to the Austin Museum of Art.

The Contemporary Austin - Laguna Gloria
The Contemporary Austin - Laguna Gloria1.26 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

The Contemporary Austin - Laguna Gloria, formerly known as the AMOA-Arthouse at Laguna Gloria, is the former home of Clara Driscoll and site of a 1916 Italianate-style villa on the shores of Lake Austin in Austin, Texas. It was the original home of the Austin Museum of Art and still houses some of its collections. The building is now one of two sites of The Contemporary Austin.

Mount Bonnell
Mount Bonnell1.38 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

Also known as Covert Park, is a prominent point alongside the Lake Austin portion of the Colorado River in Austin, Texas. It has been a popular tourist destination since the 1850s. The mount provides a vista for viewing the city of Austin, Lake Austin, and the surrounding hills.It was designated as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark.

Elisabet Ney Museum
Elisabet Ney Museum3.46 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

The Elisabet Ney Museum is a museum located in Austin, Texas, United States. It is housed in the former studio of sculptor Elisabet Ney and is dedicated to showcasing her life and works. There is a permanent collection of her portrait busts and personal memorabilia on display.

Texas Memorial Museum
Texas Memorial Museum4.08 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

The Texas Memorial Museum, located on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Texas. Its focus is on natural history, including paleontology, geology, biology, herpetology, ichthyology, and entomology. At one point, the museum also had exhibits on Texas history, anthropology, geography, and ethnography, but these were relocated to other museum in 2001.

Blanton Museum of Art
Blanton Museum of Art4.32 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

One of the biggest university art museums in the US which has so many exhibitions, art galleries and more. Its permanent collection consists of almost 18,000 works, with significant holdings of modern and contemporary art, Latin American art, Old Master paintings, and prints and drawings from Europe, the United States, and Latin America.

Bullock Texas State History Museum
Bullock Texas State History Museum4.32 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

A historic museum in Austin, Texas which was dedicated to interpreting the continually unfolding "Story of Texas" to the broadest possible audience through meaningful educational experiences.

Zilker Nature Preserve
Zilker Nature Preserve4.76 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

A huge recreational area in Austin, Texas which comprises 350 acres of area. Today the park is a hub for so many recreational activities and the hike and bike trail around Lady Bird Lake, both of which run next to the park. There are also huge events are taking place in this beautiful park.

Texas Capitol
Texas Capitol4.80 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

This is the Capitol building and the seat of government of the American state of Texas. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970 and recognized as a National Historic Landmark in 1986.

St Mary Cathedral
St Mary Cathedral5.17 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

A cathedral parish of the Catholic Diocese of Austin located in Austin, Texas, United States. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, as St. Mary's Cathedral. The architecture of this church is truly astonishing and it helps to study the ancient architecture of Texas.

360 Bridge
360 Bridge5.24 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

This is a through arch bridge across Lake Austin which connects the northern and southern sections of the Loop 360 highway, also known as the "Capital of Texas Highway. The road is widely considered one of the most scenic urban drives in Texas, in large part due to this arched weathering-steel bridge and the rolling hills that flank the road.

Mexic-Arte Museum
Mexic-Arte Museum5.52 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

Mexic-Arte Museum is a fine arts museum in Austin, Texas. The Mission of the organization is to enrich and educate the community through the presentation and promotion of traditional and contemporary Mexican, Latino, and Latino art and culture which was founded in 1983.

Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum
Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum5.65 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

A museum and outdoor sculpture garden centered on the artistic works of American sculptor Charles Umlauf. Located at 605 Azie Morton Road in the Zilker neighborhood of Austin, Texas, the garden is adjacent to Austin's Zilker Park.

Thinkery
Thinkery5.71 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

A children's museum which was located in Austin, Texas which was founded in 1983 and was designed to meet the demand of the greater Austin region for learning experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) subjects. for children and families.

Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve
Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve5.98 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

A wildlife preserve which was founded in1974 consists of 227 acres of native Texas Hill Country habitat west of Austin, Texas. It maintains around 4kms of hiking trails. It was one of the popular tourist attractions in Travis county.

Lady Bird Lake
Lady Bird Lake8.45 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

This is a river-like reservoir on the colorado river Austin. It is the easternmost lake of a chain of reservoirs on the river, which is completely located in Texas. It is now one of the famous tourist places in Travis county.

Barton Creek
Barton Creek10.83 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

Barton Creek is a tributary that feeds the Colorado River as it flows through the Texas Hill Country. The creek passes through some of the more scenic areas in Greater Austin, surrounded in many parts by a greenbelt of protected lands that serves as a habitat for many indigenous species of flora and fauna.

McKinney Falls State Park
McKinney Falls State Park14.96 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

A naturally beautiful state park which was located in Austin ,Texas which was opened in 1976 and is named after Thomas F. McKinney, a businessman, race horse breeder and rancher, who owned and lived on the land in the mid-to-late 19th century.

Hippie Hollow Park
Hippie Hollow Park16.44 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

A park located on the shore of Lake Travis in northwest Austin. It is the only legally recognized clothing-optional public park in the State of Texas. It has been used as a nude swimming spot for years because the area was along a particularly remote section of the shoreline of Lake Travis. It is one of the popular tourist attractions in Austin.

Mansfield Dam
Mansfield Dam16.48 KMs away from Texas Military Forces Museum

A dam located across a canyon at Marshall Ford on the Colorado River. This 278 feet high and 7089 feet long was constructed to control flooding, to store water and to generate electricity. It is also one of the prime tourist attractions in the Travis county.