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Some Amazing Places To Visit In Texas In August

By: Sahil Luthra

A south-central location bordering some parts of Mexico, it’s known for its hot temperatures, delicious barbecue foods, and certain significant historical sites related to the core of United States history.

1. The Alamo

The Alamo is one of America’s most significant historical structures, and so it’s one of the must-see Texas attractions to visit.

2. The Sixth Floor Museum

The Sixth Floor Museum is an honorary museum that chronicles the life, times, and death of President JFK, framing it within the cultural context of 1960s America.

3. Big Bend National Park

One of the reasons that Big Bend National Park is one of the state’s tourist attractions is its unique and highly varied terrain, offering dramatic and gorgeous scenery at many altitudes.

4. San Antonio River Walk

The walk spans many miles and is packed with shops, eateries, hotels, and more. It is situated slightly below street level, providing a unique look into San Antonio’s heart.

5. Texas State Capitol

Being one of the most beautiful states in the US, one of the top things to see in Texas is the Texas State Capitol itself. Located in Austin, it’s more than simply the state’s center of legislation – it’s also one of the most beautiful places in Texas!

6. Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is home to 16 different gardens – including a children’s garden filled with more than 150 engaging and educational activities and two historical buildings.

7. Fort Worth Stockyards

It is currently the last stockyard of its kind that remains standing in America, though its function has changed over the years. As part of the area known as the Old West, the Fort Worth Stockyards were a staple stop for cowboys, specifically those renowned for cattle driving.

8. Hamilton Pool

Hamilton Pool is one of the state’s most incredible sights to see. It is an entirely natural spring and serves as a relaxing oasis that you can take a dip into as a break from the local heat.

9. Lady Bird Lake

Hotels and homes line one side while a wide beach is open to the public on the opposite end, fitted with many different trails for your cycling and hiking needs. The most commonly walked path at Lady Bird Lake is the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail, which leads to Pedestrian Bridge.

10. Bullock Texas State History Museum

More than 500 of these artifacts are here at the Bullock State History Museum along with interactive exhibits, the state’s biggest IMAX screen, a 4D theatre, and plenty of audio-visual displays.

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