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Moody Gardens

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Visitors crossing the causeway to Galveston Island can’t miss the pyramids rising on the western side of the island. Those pyramids are part of the magnificent Moody Gardens. With attractions that include several aquariums, an IMAX theater, and even a rainforest, Moody Gardens is a must-see for Galveston visitors.


Inner Space Cavern

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Located just north of Austin, Inner Space Cavern reveals relics from the Ice Age. Bones of Saber-Toothed Tigers, Mammoths, and other Ice Age animals have been found in the cavern. The park also has a playground and a mining area to keep the wee ones occupied.


Natural Bridge Caverns

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An underground wonder, Natural Bridge Caverns exposes a subterranean world you probably haven’t seen before. In addition to a variety of below-ground tours, Natural Bridge Caverns offers a host of above-ground educational activities for kids of all ages.


Wonder World Park

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Incorporating a natural cave formed by an earthquake along the Balcones Fault Line, Wonder World Park offers cave tours, educational earthquake programs, a wildlife park, train rides, and many more activities for the whole family.


Dinosaur Valley State Park

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Located in Glen Rose, Dinosaur Valley State Park features models of a 70-foot Apatosaurus and a 45-foot Tyrannosaurus Rex, as well as the Paluxy River, preserved dinosaur tracks, and more. Dinosaur Valley State Park offers visitors a great opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the pleasant spring weather.


Longhorn Caverns State Park

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Longhorn Caverns are a Hill Country wonder that has housed Comanche Indians, Confederate soldiers, and, perhaps, an outlaw or two. Today the site is a state park, offering a number of tours and educational programs.


Cascade Caverns

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Located just outside San Antonio, Cascade Caverns offer visitors a look beneath the surface of the Texas Hill Country. The cavern, discovered in 1932, stays 68 degrees Fahrenheit year-round, making it a perfect place to beat the heat, plus it features a 100-foot underground waterfall.


Six Flags Fiesta Texas

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San Antonio’s Six Flags Fiesta Texas offers the only “floorless” roller coaster in Texas, plus over 100 rides, shows, a waterpark, and more. Fiesta Texas is Texas’ most popular theme park and is just opening for the season when spring break arrives.


Fossil Rim Wildlife Center

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Fossil Rim is a 1,700-acre wildlife center, located in Glen Rose. It’s dedicated to preserving and protecting endangered and threatened species. Visitors can view more than 1,000 animals from their own car on guided tours, including bison, cheetahs, wildebeest, zebra, wolves, and rhinos.


Waves Resort Corpus Christi

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The Waves Resort, formerly Schlitterbahn, is located on the island portion of Corpus Christi. The park features not only a ton of great rides but also a full-service hotel, the Veranda Restaurant, a golf club, and tennis courts, making it as close to an all-inclusive resort as can be found along the Texas Gulf Coast.

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