This museum tells the story of Texas, with three floors of interactive exhibits, the special effects show, The Star of Destiny, in the Texas Spirit Theater, and IMAX theater only with large firms, in format Film, The Museum welcomes visitors. Features a campfire scene from the Texas past.
The Austin Museum of Digital Art is a museum with a wide range of digital art, both musical and visual. There are live bands, visual projections, animated shows, DJs and more. AMODA has hosted an international array of artists, including Takcom animation from Japan, videos by Flight404 from San Francisco, animation by Salida from Austria, and videos by Lucio Arese from Italy.
The Austin History Center stands in the building that was the first public library in the city, dating back to 1933, complete with nice touches like decorative wrought iron balconies. This is where the official records of Travis County and the city of Austin are kept. There are also temporary exhibitions, which change frequently.
Established in 1978 as a charity, the Foundation is dedicated to promoting the health and welfare of animals through education, veterinary scholarships and emergency funds as well as continuing education programs. The Foundation receives tax-deductible donations from citizens, veterinarians, pharmacists and supply industries.
The Texas Memorial Museum of Science and History is the most important exhibition centre in Austin, Texas. This museum presents a collection of over 5 million objects that provide a history of natural and cultural resources. It also displays major exhibitions on geology, paleontology, and anthropology collections, which include the Hall of Texas Wildlife and the Hall of Biodiversity.
What a treat to step back in time to the 'olden days' at this renovated movie theatre in downtown Austin, located just blocks away from the Texas State Capitol. For the past 39 years, the Paramount and Statewide Theatres show more than 100 classic films in their original 35mm format. We went opening night for the 1939 feature and children's classic - The Wizard of Oz. We cheered the Good Witch and booed the Bad Witch along with children and adults alike, the grown-ups reliving their childhood memories while the little ones created new ones. Characters based on he film greeted us along with their own yellow brick road. There's truly no place like The Paramount.
Texas Music Museum, Inc, in the heart of Minnesota: three major exhibitions. Also on display is an abbreviated version of a more comprehensive Czech-German exhibition, which includes stories of immigration, rare objects and music collections, like the sheet of Germany.
The Catholic Archives of Texas contains records (both photocopies and originals). They have files of different records for Spain, Mexico and the United States concerning Spanish political and religious affairs and Mexicans in the Southwestern United States. They have documents containing inventories, lists of families, Texan land grants and the moves of the Anglo-Americans, Irish, Germans, and other colonies in Texas.