Are you looking for fun, unique and exciting Texas attractions? If so, you’re in the right place. Keep reading to learn about where to go and what to do.
Everything is bigger in Texas and The Lone Star State’s tourism industry is no exception. Some 220 million visitors pass through the state on an annual basis.
Frankly, that number doesn’t surprise us.
Texas is a state known for its larger than life disposition towards most things. This includes the attractions it offers to guests.
Below, we share with you some of the most breathtaking Texas attractions you can tackle if you should ever find yourself in this great state!
If you’re familiar with Texas’ geography, you may be wondering if we typo-d when we wrote “Austin.” We didn’t.
While the Texas Gulf Coast is an obvious choice when it comes to surfing, most people are surprised to learn that Austin is a great alternative if the Gulf isn’t on your Texas itinerary.
At NLand Surf Park, you can surf in three separate riding areas that serve up a variety of waves.
This is one of our favorite Texas attractions so don’t miss it!
Love thrill rides? If so, you’re going to love Six Flags Over Texas.
Boasting tons of the best rides in the country, Six Flags Over Texas stands tall as the largest amusement park in the whole state. This awesome theme park is great for all ages and attracts millions of visitors every year!
Summertime is high season for Six Flags Over Texas and lines can get long, so plan accordingly.
When people go to Australia, a popular activity is to go on a safari through the outback and hunt whatever is in season.
You can have that same awesome safari experience in Texas!
If you’re not opposed to going on hunts, we recommend Desert Safaris which run out of the San Antonio area and allow you to see Texas in a unique way while trying to find Aoudad Sheep.
One of the most historically significant sites in Texas is The Alamo. The Alamo was made famous during Texas’ war for independence when a small group of soldiers successfully thwarted an attack of 3,000 men from within its walls.
The Alamo is one of the most visited Texas attractions with about 2 million people paying homage to the site on a yearly basis.
If you’re looking for a breathtaking nature experience in Texas, look no further than the world famous camping destination, Big Bend National Park.
At Big Bend, you’ll find thousands of plant varieties and scenic mountains that go as high as 7,800 feet above sea level.
The park is situated along the Rio Grande River so you can arrange for river trips to get an incredibly memorable view of what the park has to offer.
From the staggering beauty of Big Bend Park to the jaw-dropping thrills at Six Flags Over Texas, our list above barely scratches the surface when it comes to incredible Texas attractions.
To truly experience everything the state has to offer, we recommend heading over and staying open to new experiences. If you do, we promise you that you won’t regret it.
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