Things To Do
When you’re visiting Austin, Texas, it’s easy to find things to keep you busy. We are located in the heart of downtown Austin, making it convenient for you to experience all Austin has to offer. While staying with us you can enjoy Austin City Limits, South by Southwest, Formula 1 and many other well-known Austin events. Our Hilton Garden Inn Austin Downtown/Convention Center hotel places you close to 6th Street, where you can experience the “Live Music Capital” along with Austin’s fabulous nightlife. We are also located within walking distance to the Austin Convention Center. Experience all of the things to do while staying with us!
In and Around Town
Austin Convention Center
We are conveniently located within walking distance of the Austin Convention Center.
Activities in Austin
Book walking tours of the Capital, Austin Duck Adventures, brewery tours and bike or kayak rentals.Activities in Austin
Circuit of the Americas
Enjoy concerts, auto racing and the US Formula 1 Grand Prix at this multi-purpose venue.
The University of Texas at Austin
Located less than 3 miles from The University of Texas, we place you close to UT games and additional college events!
State Capitol Segway Tours
Segway Nation offers its 90 minute Austin Sightseeing and Capitol Segway Tour three times daily.
Lyndon B. Johnson Library & Museum
Located less than 2 miles from our hotel, the LBJ Museum is filled with history and is a great place to spend your afternoon in Austin.LBJ Library & Museum
6th St Cluetivity Bar Hop
Combine the History of Sixth Street with food, drink, live music, and our GPS Scavenger Hunt technology
Go River tubing! Float down the Guadalupe river during this spectacular tour.
Peace Love and Zilker
Take a breathtaking guided tour of the famous Zilker Metropolitan Park
Alamo Draft House
Dine-in cinema with the latest movies, beer, food and events. An Austin original.The Ritz Location
Austin Detours 2
Austin has over 270 live music venues. Skip cover bands and jam out to authentic music with us all over the city.
An evolution of the Austin Children’s Museum is a home for “why” and “how”.Visit the Museum