Wildflower Center Southwest Austin

Dated: 04/18/2017

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Looking for a place to take the family and kids this spring?  Make sure and add the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center to the top of your list.Image title

April is one of the best times of year to visit the center as they have over 700 different species native to Austin and central Texas.  It was Just recently voted the number one place to view wildflowers in the entire state of Texas.

Things to do:

  • Tour exhibits of visual art and photography

  • Enjoy several walking trails to view the different species of flowers and birds

  • Explore unique Texas architecture

  • Learn the impact of Lady Bird Johnson has had on Texas and the entire Country

  • Kids go play in the amazing garden

  • Even host your wedding or group meeting

The center is located about 15 minutes Southwest of downtown Austin off MoPac EXPY and La Cross Avenue.  It's hours of operation are Tuesday - Sunday, 9am-5pm.  

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Grant Gold

Grant has been doing real estate in the Austin area since 2007. In the early part of his real estate career, he had to learn very quickly how to navigate an extremely difficult down market when 1 of ....

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