Hey, it's a bat...man.
Several hundred thousand, in fact.
True to the slogan "Keep Austin Weird," bat-watching is a thing to do in Texas's capital city, and there's no place better to do that Downtown's Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge, which serves as home to between 750,000 to one million bats that emerge like a black cloud every night at sunset.
Lucky for you -- you'll get to witness this incredible event for yourself during a casual, 5k run that will take you through downtown and over the bridge!
Your guide on this flight of fancy will also introduce you to some of the other popular landmarks in the area, including a few of its "haunted" attractions.
Bats are friendly, right?
Note: You'll also get to check out the city during the evening and maybe make a few friends along the way.
What to expect
- Explore historic Downtown Austin as it lights up for the evening during a 5k social run
- Get to know the city layout while checking out some of its popular attractions
- Watch a world-famous horde of bats emerge from beneath the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue bridge
- Treat yourself to a unique tour that lets you learn, have fun, and workout at the same time
About this Activity
|Price||$25.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||1 hour|
Cancellation notice must be provided at least 48 hours in advance in order to receive a full refund. Cancellations within 48 hours of the tour are not refundable, unless in the case of emergency or due to inclement weather.