Fill your family’s calendar with this round-up of some of our favorite events happening this weekend in Austin!
This Weekend in Austin: September 15-17
The world’s biggest bounce park is OFFICIALLY OPEN! With 25,000 sq. ft. of continuous jumping zones connecting 10 different play areas. This play area was designed with a kid-first, social media -second approach. Its fun for adults too, with tons of photos ops! Visit their instagram @REALFUNBOX to see what your visit will include.
Family Campout 2023 | September 15 | 4 p.m. |Old Settlers Park
Come spend the night in Old Settlers Park! You’ll pop your tent around the Lakeview Pavilion, eat dinner, have fun, play games, sit around the campfire eating s’mores, watch a movie in the park, featuring The Super Mario Bros. Movie, and then off to sleep under the stars. Wake up with the sunrise and enjoy breakfast. REGISTER IN PERSON ONLY
Celebrate Mexican Independence with us! We will have plenty of activities for the whole familia!
The Breakfast Boogie | September 16 | 10 a.m. | The Far Out Lounge
The Pecan Street Festival is a free two-day arts festival that attracts hundreds of local and national artisans offering original handcrafted creations in a variety of mediums, from metal, wood, fiber, clay, leather, glass and stone to repurposed materials of all kinds. Live music! Food! Kids Zone! Can’t miss!
Austin Museum Day | September 17 | Austin Museums
CASA Superhero Run is a fun time for all! With an attendance mix of serious runners and families dressed in superhero attire, there is a little something for everyone! Now in the 14th year of the event, we are excited to partner with Circuit of the Americas to bring you the CASA Superhero Run like you’ve never seen it before. Come for the run and stay for the festival!
Kids Day! Free inflatables and train rides for children outside the ballpark before the game. Teddy Bear Toss-Fans are encouraged to bring a new stuffed animal to the game and throw it onto the outfield from beyond the netting in the middle of the 6th inning. The Railyard Team Store will have teddy bears for sale for fans to throw. All stuffed animals will be donated to the Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center.
Each week, Thinkery opens our doors for children and families to explore our exhibits for Admission by Donation.