Historic Williamson County Courthouse

710 Main Street
(512) 943-1670
williamsonmuseum.org

Visible for miles around, the imposing beautiful neoclassical structure is the focal point of the central business district and the fifth structure to serve as a county courthouse. Austin architect C.H. Page designed the building, projecting porticoes supported by Ionic columns, and classic pediment and balustrade detailing. The courthouse was restored to its original splendor in 2007.  Please contact the Williamson Museum for the tour schedule.

Inner Space Cavern

inner space cavern with visitors4200 S. IH-35
(512) 931-CAVE
innerspacecavern.com

Inner Space is a living cave, which means that its formations are continuing to develop and take shape. For over 80,000 years the cavern has been constantly changing, allowing for spectacular displays and breathtakingly beautiful  formations. Inner Space Caverns has a friendly kennel available free of charge for visiting pets as they wait for their owners.

Gault Site Tours

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Were you aware the Gault Site has been known to archaeologists since 1929? And that by 1999, 60% of all excavated Clovis artifacts inthe Americas had been discovered at Gault? Well, now is your chance to learn more about this significant archaeological site in Williamson and Bell counties. The Williamson Museum, along with The Gault School of Archaeological Research, is putting together special tours to Gault.

Tour price is $10 per person with proceeds supporting the The Gault School of Archaeological Research and The Williamson Museum. For more information, call or visit the website.

 

Historic Downtown Walking Tour

Main street in Georgetown

Stroll beautiful downtown Georgetown and appreciate some of the finest Victorian architecture in the state of  Texas.  Stop by the Visitors Center at 103 W. 7th Street and pick up your map brochure to take a self-guided walking tour of historic downtown Georgetown.

If you would like to arrange for a guided tour, please call the Williamson Museum at (512) 943-1670 two weeks in advance.