Cool spots to take a fun picture in Austin
Mexican Art museum in the heart of downtown that has beautiful murals on the 5th street side walls by artists such as Federico Archuleta and his popular "Til Death Do Us Part" skulls.
A hidden gem located 3 minutes east of I-35. Here you can find a beautiful wall mural, and an exhibit on Juneteenth and prominent early African-American families in Austin.
This newish - museum is geared towards young children and they also host many interesting temporary exhibits as well.
Good coffee, a nice covered outdoor area for people watching, live music on the weekends, and the "I Love you so much" mural - one of the most famous in Austin
Local artisan market flanked by two beautiful Austin / Texas themed mural walls by the Austintatious artists. Here you can buy jewlery, tye dye shirts, candles, and enjoy some good people watching.
The Iconic "Hi how are you" frog created by Daniel Johnston is on the corner of 21st and Guadalupe. You almost always see someone taking a picture in front of mural and it's become almost a symbol of the city.
Neon sign shop / art studio Roadhouse Relics has a picturesque antique postcard that is the perfect backdrop for a tourist photo.
Like their motto says, Frank = Hot dogs and cold beer. They also have a plethora of bacon and fried everything options on the menu. In addition, they have one of the coolest changing art walls in Austin - that features new talent each month.