Texas State Capitol & UT-Austin

This was a made up route, not the official volksmarch route. Last time we parked for free at the Capitol Visitor's Parking Garage, not so this time. They charged us $10 to park because there was a swim meet (somewhere in Austin).


Sculpture honors not only the veterans, but also persons irrefutably affected by deployments - the families.

Brandy, Jerry, Ed and Carol


Goddess of Liberty atop the capitol is a replica of the original designed by Elijah E. Myers and removed Nov. 24, 1985.

Memorial depicts iconic events and individuals in Texas African American history.


Texas Governor's Mansion

First United Methodist Church of Austin


Texas 36th Division T-Patch

One of nearly 200 small replicas of Bartholdi's Statue of Liberty placed around the country as part of the Boy Scouts of America's 40th anniversary


Gethsemane Lutheran Church

University Avenue Church of Christ


The Kappa Kappa Gamma House

University Christian Church


Only remaining statue on the mall is George Washington.

Ed waiting for me to catch up.


Sutton Hall has tile roofs; broad, bracketed eaves enlivened by color; and glazed terra cotta ornament.

We passed this piece of art but sign says "No Pictures Allowed"


Civil rights leader Cesar Chavez
Artist: A. Durenne

Torchbearers by artist Charles Umlauf.


Student Union Building

Austintatious by artists Kerry Awn, Tommy Bauman and Rick Turner.


Mural of Texas by artists Kerry Awn, Tommy Bauman and Rick Turner

Varsity Theater opened in 1936 and closed in 1990.


University United Methodist Church

Second Empire style Littlefield House


Monochrome for Austin by artist Nancy Rubins.

UT provides its own power with this power plant.


Seven Mustangs by Alec Proctor.