Georgetown Population. 20,965 Altitude. 750

Inner Space Caverns beneath the I 35 General -
Established in 1848 as a trade center for agricultural region. Seat of Williamson county at edge of black, fertile farmland and Hill country ranch lands. Participation in main Street Project has resulted in preservation and restoration of downtown Victorian commercial architecture. Site of Southwestern Univ., prestigious Methodist school founded in 1840.

Visitors may tour a factory that produces more than a thousand kinds of colorful, decorative candles.

Family Playscape - Towers, bridges, tunnels, pathways and skyways give children the opportunity to play in an imaginative and creative environment. Designed by children and built by families of Georgetown, the playscape provides recreational opportunities for everyone. In San Gabriel park by beautiful San Gabriel River.

Inner Space Cavern - Texas' newest and most accessible cavern; subterranean beauty of stalactites, stalagmites and flowstones plus remains of prehistoric mastodons, wolves and Ice Age animals. Creative lighting and acoustics dramatize the natural beauty. Average temperature, 72 degrees year round. On I-35, one mile south of town. Admission.

Historic Districts - City is home to three National Register Historic Districts, showcasing more than 180 homes and buildings. They include the Willaimson county courthouse District, the Belford National district, and the University Avenue / Elm Street District. Walking and driving tour information available at the visitor center.

Mood Heritage Museum - Indian and Texana displays; changing exhibits. Open Tues. , Thurs. afternoons, Fri. morning. On southwestern Univ. campus.

Visitor Center - for information about events, attractions, shopping restaurants and lodging, stop by the center at 101 West 7th Street. The center can also arrange guided tours for a nominal fee. Open Mon. - Sat. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sun. 1 - 5 p.m. for information, call 1-800-436-8696.


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