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Austin: Biker Gang E-Bike Adventure

1. Austin: Biker Gang E-Bike Adventure

Be a part of an e-bike biker gang and see the best sights that Austin has to offer. The electric minibikes are fun and super easy to ride. No license is needed. All you need to know is how to ride a bicycle. Your guide will first give you a briefing and initiation before you begin your adventure. The tour will be filled with facts, fun, and photos opportunities. If you're just visiting the city, then it's a great way to see some of the best sights while you're here. If you're a local, then it's the perfect way to fall in love with the city all over again.

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Downtown Austin Adventure: 3-Hour Smartphone Scavenger Hunt

2. Downtown Austin Adventure: 3-Hour Smartphone Scavenger Hunt

Join this wacky interactive tour for an entirely unusual way to explore the wonderful city of Austin! Turn downtown Austin into your own personal game board and let your smart phone be your guide in a competition to see best sights of the city and learn all about its fascinating local history. This 3-hour Amazing Race-style scavenger hunt provides the perfect tour for groups – large or small – that are looking to make their Austin experience fun and memorable. Begin the adventure in the heart of the State’s Capitol and race with your team through the city's most interesting historic sites, along the exciting 6th Street, down the scenic riverfront, and to various other gems hidden nestled in the vibrant city of Austin. Points of Interest on Your Quest: Captiol Building Driskill Hotel 6th Street Frank Hot Dogs Lady Bird Lake

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Austin: Two-Hour Morning E-Bike Adventure

3. Austin: Two-Hour Morning E-Bike Adventure

Start your day with a guided bike tour to all of Austin's most famous sights. Make s stop for coffee and see more of the city in less time with the help of an electric bicycle. Each tour is different — your captain will always make sure you see the best-known points of interest, but they'll also take you off the beaten path so you can see Austin from an insider's view. Stop by the Texas State Capitol, Moody Theater, Driskill Hotel, Rainey Street, and catch all of the street art and murals along the way.

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Austin: True Crime Walking Tour and Pub Crawl

4. Austin: True Crime Walking Tour and Pub Crawl

Take a spine-chilling true crime journey through Austin on this macabre group walking tour. Visit the upscale rooftop cocktail lounges Azul Rooftop Bar, Rules and Regs, and Edge Rooftop Bar as you make your way through the city's dark past.  Be greeted by your guide at the Westin hotel in downtown Austin and begin to journey into the city's murderous history. Listen as your guide regales you with murder stories from Austin's past without a skimping on the morbid details. See some of the city's highlights as you make your way three cocktail bars. Have the chance to order some of the city's legendary cocktails. Hear about the grisliest killings the city has ever seen while taking in the breathtaking views the rooftop bars have to offer.

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Austin: Scavenger Hunt by Smartphone

5. Austin: Scavenger Hunt by Smartphone

Turn Austin into a giant game board on an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the reality series, "Amazing Race" with a 3-hour sightseeing tour. Using your smartphone, make your way among well-known and overlooked gems, solving clues and completing challenges while learning the local history. Set off near Congress Avenue Bridge – known as the Bat Bridge for the bats that come out nightly – and follow the trails that travel both sides of Lady Bird Lake to experience the wild side of the city. Encounter famous sculptures, tributes to musicians, hidden art, and grand vistas of the skyline along the way. Start when you want and determine your own pace, stop for lunch or take a stroll on one of the shaded trails. Great value for people on a budget, the scavenger hunt covers dozens of points of interest, including the urban park of Auditorium Shores, the Long Center for the Performing Arts and Shoal Beach.

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Haunted Austin: City Exploration Game

6. Haunted Austin: City Exploration Game

Embark on a city exploration game in Austin as you play the role of Ted Quigley, a student haunted by the voices of the dead. As you solve challenges, the story unfolds and exact directions on your phone will guide you to the next location. Explore the areas surrounding the Texas State Capitol Building, the Governor’s Mansion, the eerie Moonlight Towers, and some lesser-known places. Learn about the fascinating path of history which may connect America’s first serial killer to one of the most famed assassins of all time. Begin the game at Clearfield Lawn Care and finish at Moonshine Grill. Walk at your own pace, pause the game and resume anytime from the location where you paused it. After your booking, receive an email with instructions on how to download and play the game on your phone. Play on your own, in a large group, or in several smaller groups to compete against each other and meet at the final stop of the game. For larger groups, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members will be able to download and play the city game on their phones. Alternatively, each person can make their own purchase.

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What people are saying about Austin

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 5 reviews

This was so much fun, I would highly recommend it. Plenty of things to do and see. The hunt did not take us inside the capital building so while you are there you need to go inside, it's amazing. Also I would suggest getting a scooter app and taking scooters to each different location as it is probably over 3 miles of walking. We had never been to Austin and this gave us something to do on a Sunday and showed us some interesting areas downtown.

Great family activity

Our family of 7 did this scavenger hunt one day during vacation. We really enjoyed ourselves. There was something for everyone, and all could participate (kids aged 10-21). It was fun to work together, walk through the city and learn a bit more about Austin. Our only critique is that the last clue was a bit easy to miss. One small detail about it's proximity to crossing the street would be great.

Our family of 6 really enjoyed it.

It was a very hot day but really nice that the hunt takes you into various air conditioned venues along the route. Plenty of places to stop and eat or get something to drink. We spent 4 hours on the adventure.

Great Avtivity

The activity itself was good, but info on follow up steps needed to start in a reasonable time could have been better.

This hunt ends a couple miles away from starting point where your car Is!