101 Things To Do In Austin When It’s 100 Degrees


1. Unplugged At The Grove

unplugged at the grove

2. Lake Travis Zipline Adventures


3. Float Fest

Float Fest Camping

4. Barton Springs

barton springs

5. Free Sunday Concerts at The Long Center


6. Catch A Texas Roller Girls Bout

roller derby

7. The Wine Down at ACL Live


8.  101x Summer Cinema


9. Blues On The Green

blues on the green

10.  Enjoy Icenhaucer’s Summer Cocktail Menu 

icenhauers cocktails

11. Trailer Food Tuesday at The Long Center

trailer food tuesday

12. Free Zilker Summer Musical – Oklahoma


13. Austin Chronicle’s Hot Sauce Festival


14. Ride A Rocket


15. Check Out The Boardwalk


16. Take An Austin Eats Food Tour


17. Hit Some Balls at Bulter Pitch and Putt


18. Free Friday Movie at Micklethwait Craft Meats


19. Sno Beach

 sno beach

20. Take a UT Tour Tour

ut tower 

21. Take An Antonelli’s Cheese Class


22. Visit The Thinkery


23. Cheer on The Round Rock Express 

round rock express

24. Hamilton Pool


25. Rent a Sailboat on Lady Bird Lake


26. Morning Coffee at Mozart’s



27.  Cars & Coffee at The Oasis

cars and coffee


28. Stand Up Paddle Board



29. Bowling At The Texas Union


30. Friday Movie Night at Ski Shores Cafe

ski shores

31. Indulge Your Sweet Tooth at Big Top Candy Shop

big top candy

32. Vist The Baylor Street Art Wall

baylor art

33. Grab Your Groceries from an Austin Farmer’s Market


34.  Brunch at Abel’s on the Lake


35. Watch The Bats Fly 

bats congress

36. Play Superhero on a Flyboard

fly board

37. Take a Whole Foods Cooking Class

whole foods

38. Sound & Cinema at The Long Center

sound and cinema 

39. Free Yoga At Barton Springs Pool 

barton springs yoga

40. Eat off Torchy’s Secret Menu

torchy's secret

41. Test Out a Hydrobike on Lady Bird Lake

hydro bike

Photo credit: yelp.com  

42. Take An Austin Helicopter Tour

austin helicopter

43. Cool Off With A Good Pop

good pop

44. Austin Ice Cream Festival

austin ice cream  

45. Pinballz Arcade 


46. Banger’s Big Band Brunch


47. Sip Cocktails at Hula Hut’s Bar

hula hut 

48.  Alamo Drafthouse Sing-A-Long

alamo drafthouse 

49. Travel back in time and head to the Blue Starlite Mini Drive-In


50. Try Hotel San Jose’s Double Happiness Happy Hour (Tuesdays & Thursdays)

hotel san jose

52.  Deep Eddy Splash Movie Nights

deep eddy

53. Rent A Duffy Boat

duffy boat 

54. Try Austin’s New Water Park, Hawaiian Falls


55. Bull Creek

bull creek

56. Cinema East at French Legation Museum

cinema east

Photo Credit:  Cinema East Facebook page 

57. Visit The Blue Hole in Wimberley


58.  Visit The 360 Bridge Overlook

360 bridge

59. Austin Ghost Tour

austin ghost tours

60. Cool Off With Cool Haus

cool haus

61. Watch The Sunset at Mount Bonnell

mount bonnell 

62. Play Peter Pan Mini Golf

World's Largest Peter Pan at Peter Pan Mini-Golf in Austin, Texas.

63. Bullock Texas History Museum


64. Explore The Inner Space Caverns

inner space

65. Get Your Green Thumb On At Tillery Street Plant Co.


66. Hike Enchanted Rock


67. Play In The Fountain at Fountain Park

fountain park 

68. Sunset at The Oasis


69. Catch An Esther’s Follies Show


70. Indoor Skydive

i fly  

71. Kick It Old School At Great Hall Games

great hall 

72. Pecan Street Festival

pecan street  

73. Pedernales State Park


74. Ride The Zilker Zephyr

zilker zephyr 

75. Sip Frozen Mimosa’s at Little Woodrows


76. Visit The Butter Half Mural

butter half 

77. Dolce Neve


78. Volunteer  With The Animal Shelter


79. Take Your Pup To Red Bud Isle

red bud 

80. Stargaze at Wild Basin Preserve

wild basin

Photo credit: http://wildbasin.stedwards.edu 

81.  360 Amphitheater 4th of July Celebration

360  ampitheater  

82. Take Shredd Stixx Wakesurf Class


83. Join A Bocce Ball League


84. Treat Yo’ Self To A Day At Lake Austin Spa

lake austin

85. Race Go Karts at Driveway Austin

driveway austin 

86. Check Out The Fredericksburg Wineries


87. Try Your Luck At Chicken Sh*t Bingo

chicken shit bingo

88. Hot Lava Obstacle Course

hot lava

89. Spend A Day on An Austin B-Cylcle

austin b cycle  

90.  Dance Party at Barbarella 


91. Casey’s Sno Cones


92. Brunch at Alta’s Cafe on Lady Bird Lake


93.  Jester King Brewery Tour


94. Paint Pottery at Cafe Monet 

cafe monet

95. El Alma’s Happy Hour



96. Amy’s Ice Cream Tour


97. Jacob’s Well


98. Dance The Night Away at Broken Spoke

broken spoke

99. Head Down To The Texas Ski Ranch


100. Bar Hop On Rainey Street





Speaking of things do in Austin. Last week we published 100 Things To Do In Austin Before You Die. It’s a great guide of things to do in Austin for locals who want to get out and experience Austin  and or newbies to Austin that are looking for a comprehensive guide to learning the city! Click here to get a copy.


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