Museums in Lakeway, TX

Visits for Two, Four, or Six to Dr Pepper Museum (50% Off)

Dr Pepper Museum


Museum in former Dr Pepper HQ houses 3 floors of exhibits dedicated to Dr Pepper and the soft drink industry

$48 $24

Entry to a Museum Event or Visit to the Museum for Two, Four, or Six at Austin Toy Museum (Up to 54% Off)

Austin Toy Museum

East Cesar Chavez

Attend your choice of museum event or get general admission to the museum to see more than 20,000 toys and figurines from various decades

$18 $10

Tour and Soda for Two, Four, Six, or Eight to Dr Pepper Museum (Up to 43% Off)

Dr Pepper Museum


Museum in former Dr Pepper HQ houses 3 floors of exhibits dedicated to Dr Pepper and the soft drink industry

$54.90 $32

Dallas Holocaust Museum Visit for Two, Four, or Six (Up to 62% Off)

Dallas Holocaust Museum

Downtown Dallas

As part of a mission to combat indifference, audio guides narrate three pivotal stories from April 19, 1943 amid historic artifacts

$16 $6

Museum Visit for Up to Eight at Frontier Times Museum in Bandera (Up to 52% Off)

Frontier Times Museum


40,000 artifacts, including art & furniture, glimpse the cowboy & pioneer cultures of the Old West in a museum built in 1933

$10 $6

Museum Visit for Two or Four or Family or Family Plus Membership to Frontiers of Flight Museum (Up to 40% Off)

Frontiers of Flight Museum

Frontiers of Flight Museum - Northwest Dallas

Collection of aeronautic artifacts houses the Apollo 7 command module, Hindenburg salvage, and more than 30 vintage aircraft

$20 $12

Admission for Two, Four, or Six to the Neill-Cochran House Museum (Up to 50% Off)

Neill-Cochran House Museum

West University

Experience Austin through the eyes of some of its earliest settlers in these tours given by staff or trained docent

$20 $11

$13 for $25 Groupon — Children's Museum Austin, Tx

Georgetown Children's Museum


From the merchant: Create a Valentine’s Masterpiece…all ages welcome: infant through adult! Support the Georgetown Children’s Museum!

$25 $13

Zoo Visit for Two, Four, or Six to Austin Zoo (Up to 53% Off)

Austin Zoo

Southwest Travis

Nonprofit rescue zoo provides a home for more than 300 animals and 100 species

$66 $31

Duck Tour for Two or Four from Austin Duck Adventures (50% Off)

Austin Duck Adventures


Guest splash into Lake Austin aboard an amphibious vehicle while guides narrate land-and-water tours of the city.

$55.90 $28

Admission for Two or Four with Activity Tokens at Austin Aquarium (50% Off)

Austin Aquarium

Northwest Austin

See everything from crawling reptiles to exotic birds, interact with sharks, get up close to stingrays, and take a selfie with a reptile

$41.90 $21

30% Cash Back at Bell Springs Winery

Bell Springs Winery

Multiple Locations

Claim this deal and get 30% cash back rewards when you pay with your linked Visa card at Bell Springs Winery

$0 $0

30% Cash Back at The Vineyard at Florence

The Vineyard at Florence

Texas Hill Country

Claim this deal and get 30% cash back rewards when you pay with your linked Visa card at The Vineyard at Florence

$0 $0

Full-Day Winery Bus Tour with Meal and Souvenirs for One, Two, or Four from Texas Winos (Up to 58% Off)

Texas Winos


Take a luxury chartered bus on a themed tour to three or more Hill Country vineyards, stopping for brunch, Italian food, or barbecue

$106 $52

Double-Decker Bus Tour for Two, Four, Six, Ten, or a Family of Five from City Sightseeing San Antonio (Up to 50% Off)

City Sightseeing San Antonio

City Sightseeing San Antonio

Unlimited hop-on/hop-off double decker bus tour; 60-minutes of live & recorded commentary about the city’s landmarks, restaurants, & markets

$51.96 $31.14

Brewery Visit with Tasting, T-Shirts & Pint Glasses for Two or Four at Infamous Brewing Company (Up to 44% Off)

Infamous Brewing Company

Travis Landing

Guests enjoy samples of handmade craft beers, such as cream ales, IPAs & peanut-butter stouts, before heading home with a shirt & pint glass

$52 $30

Brewery Tour for One, Two, or Four at Bike and Brew ATX (Up to 48% Off)

Bike and Brew ATX

Multiple Locations

Join others in exploring Austin breweries by bike; tour options include Austin by day or night or the Northern community

$70 $39

Scavenger Hunt for One or Two from The Great Puzzle Pursuit (Up to 58% Off)

The Great Puzzle Pursuit

Online Deal

Compete in a massive, months-long scavenger hunt full of puzzles and ciphers that take you throughout your city

$30 $15

Wine 101 Class for Two or Four with Cheese, Nuts, and Chocolate Plates at House Wine (Up to 45% Off)

House Wine


Relaxed and entertaining wine-education class bolsters vino fluency and includes tasty cheeses and dark chocolate plates

$50 $29

Self-Guided Austin Scavenger Hunt for Two, Four, or Six from Big City Hunt (Up to 54% Off)

Big City Hunt


Participants gear up and launch the Big City Hunt app to start their own adventure, racing against the clock at a time of their choosing

$40 $22

Brewery Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Strange Land Brewery (Up to 48% Off)

Strange Land Brewery

West Lake Hills

Guests sample locally made, keg-conditioned brews such as the Alemannia Altbier and Entire London Porter

$44 $24

Admission to Choice of Three or Five of 13 Top San Antonio Attractions Including One Premium Attraction

Go City Cards

Online Deal

Pass provides free access to 3 or 5 San Antonio attractions from 13 options. Pay nothing at the gate. Save up to 40% vs. buying at gate

$89 $80

Texas Olive Industry Orchard Tour in Dripping Springs

Texas Hill Country Olive Company


$6 $6

Foodie Boat Tour for Two or Four from Wave in Water (Up to 52% Off)

Wave in Water

Wave In Water

Tours on Lake Austin take foodies to waterfront eateries including Ski Shores Cafe and Hula Hut, where they can buy drinks and food

$150 $75

Austin Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Houston City Tours


$19.95 $19.95

All-Day Bike Rental for Two, Four, Six, or Eight from Dallas City Tours (Up to 45%Off)

Dallas City Tours

Downtown Dallas

Armed with detailed bike maps, riders take self-guided tours of the Katy Trail, the Santa Fe trail, or downtown Dallas on brand-new bikes

$20 $12

"Segway Cruise" or "Street Art Cruise" Tour for One, Two, or Four from SegCity (Up to 53% Off)

SegCity - Austin


Segway tours begin with a lesson on the fundamentals, before letting riders loose to explore art, history, and open spaces around the city

$89 $49

Vineyard Picnic for Two or Four at Pilot Knob Vineyard (Up to 43% Off)

Pilot Knob Vineyard


Enjoy a relaxing picnic among grapevines with food and locally-made wine

$90 $52

Distillery Tour, Gin Tasting, and Class for Two or Four at Genius Gin Distillery (Up to 50% Off)

Genius Gin Distillery

East Congress

Tour the inner workings of a gin distillery, sample some of its output, and learn about what makes a good gin

$40 $22

$42 Segway Tour in Austin from Segway Nation ($69 Value)

Nation Tours, Inc.


Pick a segway tour, such as the extended Executive tour, Haunted Bat and Ghost tour, or Fun Run tour

$69 $42

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  • Texas Museum of Science and Technology
    Make time for a quality cultural experience this weekend with a trip to Texas Museum of Science and Technology in Cedar Park. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles. So if you're looking for a great place to go with the whole family, enjoy a weekend filled with culture here.
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    Cedar Park, TX US
  • Museum of the Weird
    Steve Busti wasn't like the other children in his classroom. While his peers were playing tag and collecting baseball cards, Steve was poring over books on Bermuda Triangle theories and UFOs. He frequented dime museums and sideshow carnivals, fascinated by the strange creatures and characters therein. As Steve grew older, he began to build a collection of oddities—trinkets he picked up from sideshows, props from movie sets, and curiosities he stumbled upon. So when he realized there was plenty of extra room in the back of the novelty shop he owned with his wife, Steve was inspired to open a museum—a shrine to all things odd, unnatural, and eerie. Today, the Museum of the Weird is a treasure trove of peculiar exhibits, lauded by reporters from The Austin Chronicle as "a remarkable collision of genre film ephemera." Steve's giant pet lizards scuttle about the space, surprising guests who are busy examining bigfoot exhibits or trying to shake an uncomfortable feeling that they recognize one of the shrunken heads. The entire scene is watched over by lifelike wax figures of Dracula and The Wolf Man, as well as a glowering bust of King Kong. After visits, guests pop into Steve and his wife Veronica's shop—Lucky Lizards Curios & Gifts—to peruse an equally unusual collection of action figures, vintage items, and locally made wares.
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    Austin, TX US
  • Neill-Cochran House Museum
    When surveyor Washington Hill wanted a home built on his 17.5 acres outside of Austin, only one master builder would suffice: Abner Cook. Responsible for notable Austin spaces like the Governor's Mansion and the First Presbyterian Church, Cook completed Hill's abode in 1856. By that time, however, the Hills could no longer afford the residence, which the State of Texas soon leased and turned into the Texas Asylum for the Blind. So began a long line of new identities for the building, which went on to house lieutenant governors, colonels, judges, and, for more than two years during Reconstruction, injured Civil War troops. Under the care of the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in The State of Texas, Hill's dream home is now the Neill-Cochran House Museum. Emblematic of the structure's Greek Revival style, Doric columns greet visitors before they explore the historic interior on staff- or docent-led tours. These only skim the surface of the museum's activities—frequent happenings range from seminars by leading historians to events for youngsters like the Easter Egg Dye-o-rama. The museum can even be rented for special occasions, including art shows, teas, and weddings.
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    Austin, TX US
  • Thinkery
    Five Things to Know About Thinkery Formerly known as Austin Children’s Museum, the Thinkery takes a fun, hands-on approach to teaching kids about science, technology, engineering, art, and math. They can construct and launch gliders in the Spark Shop, work with edible materials in the Kitchen Lab, or check out native rocks while wading in the outdoor creek. Check out more about this interactive museum and learn why it’s not just for kids: Every visit is different. While the museum stresses hands-on learning, many of the activities you and your kids can take part in depend on the educational staff running things that day. Visit one day, and you could make stills come to life with stop animation; visit another day, and you’ll workshop with microscopes. You don’t need a kid to visit. During the museum’s adults-only Thinkery21 events, big kids can explore, learn, and play, all while enjoying drinks from a cash bar and eats from Austin food trucks. Plan on getting messy. Whether kids are playing in the Thinkery’s futuristic-looking outdoor playground or learning about fluid dynamics in the museum’s Current exhibit, they’re bound to get some drips and stains on their clothes. The museum provides smocks and Crocs at some exhibits, but make sure kids wear something that’ll stand up to water and dirt. Keep an eye out for workshops. These special programs let kids and adults dive into complex processes while working with specialized staff members. Programs range from woodworking to cooking with unusual foods to 3D printing. You can bring your own food, but you don’t have to. Guests are welcome to bring along snacks and lunches, but the Snap Pod—an offshoot of Snap Kitchen—offers healthy options from a seasonal menu. The Snap Pod is open Tuesday–Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Mondays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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    Austin, TX US
  • The Blanton Museum of Art
    When Archer M. Huntington donated 4,000 acres of land to The University of Texas at Austin, it was no surprise that the husband to renowned sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington stipulated it be used to support an art museum. Today, Blanton Museum of Art—named Best Museum in the Austin Chronicle's 2013 Best of Austin Readers' Poll—honors Archer's request by providing access to more than 17,000 works and a variety of rotating exhibitions. The museum's collection of prints, paintings, and sculptures comprises more than 4,000 pieces from America and 1,800 from Latin America, and it even includes the Suida-Manning Collection—a group of 230 paintings and 400 drawings by Baroque and Renaissance masters that was much sought after by other museums, according to Frommer's. With these pieces as backdrop, the museum hosts Third Thursday events such as artist talks and Yoga in the Galleries, the latter of which finds instructors twisting sculptures into poses that will be easier on their spines.
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    Austin, TX US
  • The Dinosaur Park
    The Dinosaur Park was sparked by the passion of two tiny dinosaur enthusiasts. One 3-year-old boy’s interest in dinosaurs evolved into a passion so strong that it also took hold of his younger sister, leading their parents to hatch the plans for what would soon become The Dinosaur Park. In an outdoor museum setting, a path leads the way through exhibits that include life-size dinosaur replications donning skin and color variations that give a better idea of how these prehistoric giants lived and survived their awkward teen years. More than 20 replicas inhabit the woods, including a 28-foot triceratops, a 6-foot velociraptor, and a 40-foot T. rex. The displays also include Texas-native dinos such as the iguanodon and the coelophysis. Other activities such as a playground, a fossil dig, and a gift store await visitors after they walk the trail.
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    Cedar Creek, TX US