Shoal Creek Audio Walking Tour
English / Español
Each month, Shoal Creek Conservancy hosts free, educational tours that cover a multitude of topics, reflecting the diversity of flora, fauna, and human experience that converges within the watershed. We are excited to announce that we have created a free, self-guided Audio Walking Tour that you can access from your smartphone at your leisure! This tour brings to life significant cultural spaces and events that have occurred along Shoal Creek’s long and rich history. This tour does not need to be completed in any particular order. The spots are listed below starting at the most northern location, Seiders Springs, and then continues south to the last location, the historic 3rd Street trestle, for a total of 6 stops from start to finish. We encourage you to explore in any way that suits you! While we are excited to offer this new tour format, we hope you will continue to join us for our monthly creekside tours!
Smartphone Users: For best viewing, click the box with the arrow to launch the tour in a new tab. Then, swipe the title bar at the bottom to explore each stop.
This historic preservation project is supported in part by the Heritage Tourism Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department. Special thanks to the Summerlee Foundation for additional support.