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In these episodes of Discover Austin, we get out of Austin to take a few road trips.

Discover Austin Road Trips

Discover Austin: Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch (Episode 80)
Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch is not only a giraffe and rhino conservation facility, it offers visitors the opportunity to get up-close to animals from around the world. Join me as I feed native, exotic, & endangered animals right from my car as I drive-thru the safari.
Discover Austin: The River Walk (Episode 71)
We're visiting San Antonio's famous River Walk for this road trip edition of Discover Austin.
Discover Austin: The Alamo (Episode 66)
This road trip episode of Discover Austin is different than most. Usually I narrate as the video shows our subject. When I went to the Alamo, the Director of Education, Sherri Driscoll, was a gracious host and has a huge depth of knowledge. After she shared the history of the Alamo, I decided to scrap the original script I had and just have the Alamo history be the narration for this episode.
Discover Austin: Gristmill River Restaurant (Episode 62)
For this Eats episode of Discover Austin, I had food blogger, Michael Zook, take a road trip to the historic district of Gruene, Texas to have lunch at the Gristmill River Restaurant.
Discover Austin: Gruene Historic District (Episode 56)
Just an hour south of Austin, along the Guadelupe River, sits a cluster of buildings from the late 1800s and early 1900s. We're in the historic district of Gruene for this road trip episode of Discover Austin.
Discover Austin: Snow's BBQ (Episode 54)
Michael Zook returns to enjoy Snow's BBQ for this episode of Discover Austin. Traveling just an hour east of Austin gets you the 2017 winner of the Best BBQ in Texas according to the Texas Monthly.
Discover Austin: Joe's Kansas City Bar-B-Que (Episode 39)
Austin food blogger, Michael Zook knows the best spots to eat even when we're 700 miles from Austin! When we found ourselves in Kansas City a few weeks ago, we took the opportunity to get barbecue at Joe's Kansas City and film a special road trip edition of Discover Austin Eats.
Discover Austin: Blue Bell (Episode 38)
For this road trip episode, Discover Austin headed east to Brenham, Texas. Here I visited the Blue Bell Creameries with Johanna Fatheree, a native of Brenham and Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Advantage.
Discover Austin: Lyndon B. Johnson Ranch (Episode 33)
At the Lyndon B. Johnson National Park, you can visit landmarks from President Johnson's entire life.
Discover Austin: Wurstfest (Episode 29)
Do you like sausage? Or beer? Well, then Wurstfest is for you! This German heritage festival is a must-see event in New Braunfels. Check it out on this road trip episode of Discover Austin.
Discover Austin: Hill Country Wineries (Episode 25)
This road trip episode of Discover Austin is all about Texas Wineries. You may not know, Texas ranks number two in wine tourism, behind only Napa Valley.
Discover Austin: Road Trip to Enchanted Rock (Episode 19)
In this episode of Discover Austin, we hit the road again to hike Enchanted Rock. Located west of Austin, Enchanted Rock State Park offers a multitude of outdoor activities for visitors of all ages.
Discover Austin: Road Trip to Fredericksburg (Episode 14)
We take our first road trip for this episode of Discover Austin! Join me in Fredericksburg as we explore the Texas Hill Country.
Discover Austin: Washington-on-the-Brazos (Episode 86)
Discover Austin has visited several historic sites and for this episode, I'm heading to Washington-on-the-Brazos, the location where the Texas Declaration of Independence was signed.
Discover Austin: The Alamo - Extended Version
This road trip episode of Discover Austin is different than most. Usually I narrate as the video shows our subject. When I went to the Alamo, the director of Education, Sherri Driscoll, was a gracious host and has a huge depth of knowledge. After she shared the history of the Alamo, I decided to scrap the original script I had and just have the Alamo history be the narration for this episode. As it turns out, though, Sherri shared a lot of history with me so we created an extended length version for you