WOTW-Austin---MayfieldExplore the Landscape Legacy of Austin on November 21-22 with a tour of Austin’s historic landscapes, including not only the historic Mayfield Park and Lion’s Municipal Golf Course in our neighborhood, but 25 other significant parks, open spaces, and historic landscapes.  Join The Cultural Landscape Foundation, the Austin Parks and Recreation Department, and local partners for FREE, expert-led tours by registering  today: http://bit.ly/1LhkzNs.

The tour brochure is posted here: WOTW_Austin_Brochure.


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