Austin has fully embraced its inner weird, and has become one of the most popular offbeat travel destinations in the country. If you're looking to get weird in ATX, look no further, because we've got your ultimate guide to an Austin offbeat adventure right here!
Mueller's Sunflowers are a sustainable public art installation that are powered entirely by the sun. Visitors can explore the hiking trail that winds along beside the massive flower-shaped sculptures.
Tip: If you have time, make sure you stick around until the sun goes down, when the pieces become illuminated like giant flowers made out of light.
State Capitol Driveway, Austin, United States
It's true that the Museum of the Weird is small, but it packs a punch. Not only do they have a wax museum, taxidermy mermaids, and monsters galore, they're also home to the Minnesota Iceman, an alleged Bigfoot who spent his early years traveling the world in a giant brick of ice.
Tip: The museum is small, so if you can, they suggest that you visit during the week when the traffic isn't quite so busy.
1720 S 1st St, Austin, TX, US
One of the most famous photo ops in the city, the Roadhouse Relics Wall is a must visit location on a pilgrimage of weird in Austin. Worth a visit for a quick photo that makes an excellent profile picture.
As you can see, Austin absolutely lives up to its reputation as being one of the weirdest cities in the country. Add a few of these awesome offbeat locations to your trip, or hit every spot on your weird adventure in City of the Violet Crown!