2013 Holiday Museum Crawl

2013 holidaycrawl

Enjoy festive music, hot beverages, special discounts and a prize drawing!

‘Tis the season to shop local, and Austin’s Cultural Campus is offering a shopping event to get everyone in the holiday spirit! Downtown Austin is a cultural destination, where unique shops within walking distance of one another offer museum-quality gifts that allow you to make meaningful purchases that support art, history and science in your city.

The Blanton Museum of Art, Bullock Texas State History Museum, Harry Ransom Center, LBJ Presidential Library, Texas Memorial Museum, and the Visual Arts Center have joined forces to present the 2013 Holiday Museum Crawl on Saturday, December 7, with festive music, hot beverages and special discounts for those who mention the Austin Cultural Campus.

By shopping in Austin museums and cultural centers, you can find distinctive gifts, such as original art work, nature-themed jewelry, dinosaur goodies, collectibles, souvenirs or the official state ornament. For a gift that lasts all year, purchase a membership and receive a free gift at some locations while supplies last. Sign up at any location to be entered in a special prize package drawing.

Explore Austin’s museum shops online:

Blanton Museum of Art

Bullock Texas State History Museum

Harry Ransom Center

LBJ Presidential Library

Texas Memorial Museum

Visual Arts Center

5 Responses to "2013 Holiday Museum Crawl"

  1. Kelly Jarrell says:

    Do you have to register or buy a ticket to participate in the holiday museum crawl? Or is it all self-guided?


    • EPage says:

      Hi there Kelly! No need to register and there are no tickets. This is a self-guided opportunity to take advantage of special discounts at the Austin Cultural Campus organizations. We will have a sign-up at each location for the raffle and I am posting the raffle package details in just a few minutes. Thanks for your interest!

  2. […] 2013 Holiday Crawl is a self-guided shopping event in the heart of Austin. No reservation or ticket is necessary. […]

  3. Karen F says:

    I cannot get the ‘email’ feature to work to send this to myself. what’s the trick?

  4. EPage says:

    I tried the email feature and it worked for me – not sure what the problem might be. Can you clip the URL?

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