Austin Convention Center

500 E Cesar Chavez St (btwn Trinity & Red River St)

Austin Convention Center

The Austin Convention Center is the largest convention center in the city of Austin, Texas. The center was first opened in 1992 and has since then hosted a wide range of events, including conventions, trade shows, concerts, and other public gatherings. It is located in the heart of the city, close to many hotels, restaurants, and other attractions. The Austin Convention Center spans over 881,400 square feet and contains multiple ballrooms, exhibit halls, and meeting rooms, providing a flexible space for a variety of events. The center also features state-of-the-art facilities, including high-speed internet access, audiovisual equipment, and catering services.

Besides hosting events, the Austin Convention Center also boasts interesting pieces of art and architecture. One of the most eye-catching features is the "Red Feather" sculpture by Paul Fleming, which hangs outside the building's entrance. The sculpture is a nod to the Caddo Native Americans, who once inhabited the area around Austin. Walking around the building's perimeter will take you to the Lady Bird Lake hike and bike trail, which offers scenic views of the city and the lake. You can also take in the city's vibrant street art scene along the way. If you want a more in-depth view of the center, guided tours are available for visitors.

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