Austin, Texas

Embark on a fascinating journey through Austin, the Live Music Capital of the World, with Summer AI, your personal AI guide. Using advanced GPS and text-to-speech technology, explore this vibrant city at your leisure. You might start your adventure at the Texas State Capitol, where Summer AI unveils the intriguing political history housed within its stunning architecture. You may wish to stroll along Lady Bird Lake, a serene escape in the heart of the city, and learn about its role in Austin's urban ecosystem. Discover the bustling 6th Street, famed for its lively music scene. As Summer AI guides you from venue to venue, feel the rhythm of the city that gave birth to SXSW.

Venture to the University of Texas campus, gaining insights into its storied history and significant contributions. End your tour by experiencing the magic of the Congress Avenue Bridge at sunset, as Summer AI describes the incredible sight of the largest urban bat colony taking flight. With Summer AI, Austin's unique mix of culture, history, and natural beauty is at your fingertips.

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Sample Narrations

  1. The Boardwalk at Lady Bird Lake

    The Boardwalk at Lady Bird Lake is a half-mile long boardwalk that cost $28 million to complete. It has 7 viewing areas and is one of the best places to get an unobstructed view of the downtown Austin skyline. The boardwalk can be accessed from different locations. It is open daily from 5 a.m. to midnight and is wide enough for walking, running, and biking.

  2. Bullock Texas State History Museum

    The Bullock Texas State History Museum is a history museum in Austin. The museum is named after the 38th Lieutenant Governor of Texas Bob_Bullock. Bullock was the guest of honor at the groundbreaking ceremony for the museum in April 1999 and died the following June before the museum was completed. In 2018, the Bullock Museum unveiled its newly renovated long-term first floor Texas History Gallery titled Becoming Texas. It explores more than 16,000 years of Texas history beginning with one of the earliest known objects created by humans in the Americas.

  3. Trail's End Access to Barton Creek Greenbelt

    Trail's End Access to Barton Creek Greenbelt is located at 3755-B S Capital of Texas Hwy in Austin. It is considered the official access point to the Greenbelt, although it is tucked away in an office building parking lot. The Greenbelt is an 803-acre outdoor adventure playground with a 7.5-mile hiking and biking trail. Other access points to the Greenbelt include Loop 360, Gus Fruh, Spyglass, Twin Falls, and Homedale. The Greenbelt offers activities such as swimming, rock climbing, mountain biking, bird watching, and hiking. The best time to visit is in the fall, winter, or spring.

  4. University of Texas at Austin: Main Building

    The Main Building is a structure at the center of the University of Texas at Austin campus in Downtown Austin. The Main Building's 307-foot tower has 27 floors and is one of the most recognizable symbols of the university and the city.

Over 1500 Points Of Interest

A map of  with points of interest marked that are available on Summer AI's audio tour guide.