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Austin History
Cloak Room is one of Austin History.

1. Cloak Room

6.6
1300 Colorado St (13th St.), Austin, TX
Bar · Downtown Austin · 21 conseils et avis

Mike D.Mike D: Steps away from the Capitol, Politicos are often seen here discussing "Cloak Room" Talk. You never know who you may bump into.

Capitole de l’État du Texas is one of Austin History.

2. Capitole de l’État du Texas

9.3
(Texas State Capitol)
112 E 11th St (at Congress Ave), Austin, TX
Capitole · Downtown Austin · 224 conseils et avis

Mike D.Mike D: Too many secrets to share here.

The Driskill is one of Austin History.

3. The Driskill

8.8
604 Brazos Street, Austin, TX
Hôtel · Downtown Austin · 171 conseils et avis

Mike D.Mike D: Upstairs Balcony is believed to be haunted as well as room 308. Also they have Chimay on tap!

Capitol Visitors Center is one of Austin History.

4. Capitol Visitors Center

9.1
112 E 11th St (Congress), Austin, TX
Capitole · Downtown Austin · 5 conseils et avis

Mike D.Mike D: Originally the Texas Land Commissioners Buidling, it is one of the oldest structures in Austin.

Austin Club is one of Austin History.

5. Austin Club

110 E 9th St (Congress Ave), Austin, TX
Salle polyvalente · Downtown Austin · 7 conseils et avis

Mike D.Mike D: The Secret Side Entrance is always the way to go!

Main Building/The Tower (MAI) is one of Austin History.

6. Main Building/The Tower (MAI)

2400 Inner Campus Dr, Austin, TX
Bâtiment administratif universitaire · University of Texas-Austin · 16 conseils et avis
Buffalo Billiards is one of Austin History.

7. Buffalo Billiards

6.1
201 E 6th St (Brazos St), Austin, TX
Café des sports · Downtown Austin · 89 conseils et avis

Mike D.Mike D: The first boarding house in Austin, rumored to have been a brothel for the wealthy even after the Driskill was built across the street.