Built as the first movie theater in Austin in 1929, Paramount Theatre now hosts other events, including jazz performances.
Spam Museum is a specialty museum that houses a huge collection of the company's pork artifacts. A visit to these museum will give you an insight into the history of the meat industry, specially that of Spam's. There are interactive games, interesting displays, information regarding their various meat recipes as well as a Monty Python tribute. There is also a Spam shop, from where visitors can take home a can of their meaty goodies.
The Austin ArtWorks Center is a three story building that is the headquarters for Austin Area Commission for the Arts. The center holds art classes and often holds great events, including art shows.
Get ready for some action-packed fun at Splat! Paintball Field. You can either team up with your friends and family or compete against each other as you see who is the most skilled at paintball. You can bring your own paintball gear or rent it there. This thrilling attraction is also available for private parties.
Built in 1871, this building was once the home to the Hormel Family. Now, the building has been preserved for its historic elements as well as serve as a great venues for educational and cultural events. You can explore the house on a self-guided tour.
Opened in 1996, the Austin Public Library has over 100,000 books. Discover brilliant biographies, fantastic fantasy, notable nonfiction novels, and so much more more.
Rydjor Bike Shop is a unique bicycle shop as well as a small museum. You can find great bikes to buy or you can check out their exhibit of vintage bicycles. You can explore also admire antique memorabilia, paintings, advertisements, and more.