- Start Times: 10:15 AM and 11:00 AM – Only on Saturdays
- Duration: 30 minutes (non-stop, no bathroom break)
- Departs: From SFC Farmers Market Republic Square
- Extras: Receive discounts through our Pink Tag Partner Program
- Benefit: 50% of your ticket goes to Downtown Austin Alliance Foundation
- Child *
- Adult Discount **
Quick City Spin from SFC Farmers Market at Austin’s Historic Republic Square Park
This is our 30 minute experience is in our panoramic bus (or as we like to call it, the Texas Sized Convertible). This is the ideal pre-brunch activity, the best thing to kill time while your family shop and a fun new way to see the city! We will be dashing past our downtown Austin favorites.
And, if shopping isn’t your thing, it’s also great way kill time while your family shops the market.
Who is this tour good for?
This is great for local and guests to Austin alike, but it’s especially good for those visiting the SFC Farmers Market Republic Square or looking for something quick and fun to do in downtown Austin on Saturday mornings.
We’ll depart from the Historic Republic Square park, head through 2nd Street District, loop around the world famous Austin Central Library, get a peek at our beautiful Lady Bird Lake.
Then we’ll head up Congress Avenue passing by the Mexic-Arte Museum, Historic Paramount Theatre, the Contemporary Austin, the Old Bakery and Emporium, and to the Texas State Capitol.
From the Capitol we’ll head up to the University of Texas at Austin Campus,
passing by the infamous Texas Chili Parlor and the humble Austin Scottish Rite Theater.
We’ll dart down our very own MLK Blvd past the Texas State History Museum
and the Blanton Art Museum before heading to the Historic East Side.
We’ll zip past Franklin’s BBQ, The African American Cultural Center, Historic Victory Grill,
Nickel City, Hillside Pharmacy and much more.
From there we’ll loop around the Texas State Cemetery before heading back into downtown along 6th street.
We’ll pass all that is “Dirty Sixth Street”, the historic Driskill Hotel, and through the Warehouse District before stopping back at the SFC Farmers Market Republic Square.
*Subject to change due to events or closures