Sleep Inn & Suites Austin - Northeast
8410 Highway 290 East
Austin, TX 78724
Phone: (512) 524-5400
Fax: (512) 524-5401
Established in 1965, Nelson Field fulfills the purpose of a multi-use stadium. Located at Berkman Drive in north Austin, it is the home ground to three schools. The stadium has a spectator capacity of 8800.
Nestled within the John H. Reagan High School, the Reagan High School Performing Arts Center is a small facility that showcases the talents of the students in the field of theater, dance and the arts. It is frequented by locals in the mood for some fresh talent. Enjoy the many mesmerizing performances of the amateur artistes. The auditorium can also be rented out for small events.
A 52-lane bowling alley, Showplace Lanes is located at North Interstate Highway 35. With state-of-the-art infrastructure, the alley is a great place to play a game, and spend time with your loved ones. The entire property is wheelchair accessible and smoke-free. A pro shop is available on-site, along with eateries which offer some tasty food. Large flat-screen TV's also adorn the interiors, where you can choose to relax after a game, and watch your favorite sports.
The Marchesa Hall & Theatre was established in early 2010 and has gone on to become a very popular events space and theater hall in a very short span. The place showcases all kinds of events, including: plays, comedy acts, and other events. Different halls within this center are also given out on rent for private and business use. With the latest equipment on hire and a spacious stage, any event here is worth attending.
Galaxy Highland Cinema 10 has 10 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Carousel Lounge is a mildly unorthodox bar in Austin, with a crazy circus theme. Check out the pink elephant and lion-tamer murals including a real miniature carousel behind the bar. Carousel Lounge is well-known for their unpredictable stage acts, from amazing musical acts or sensuous belly-dancers. Opened in the 1960s, this bar is still the favorite of many an Austin resident. The bar has a divey feel to it, with drinks available at dirt cheap rates.
The Luedecke Arena is one of the largest event spaces in the vicinity of Austin, with a capacity to seat 3,000 in the arena, and another 6,400 around it. The arena is ideal for sporting matches, as well as cultural shows, fairs and other events. The 25,000 square foot (2322 square meter) arena comes equipped with state-of-the-art light and sound facilities, as well as catering options. The arena also has ample parking space, making it an ideal location to hold major events, where large footfalls are expected.
The Travis County Exposition Center, home of the annual county livestock show and rodeo also happens to be home to the Austin Ice Bats Professional Hockey Team. The expo center has a show barn for livestock! Weddings, arts and crafts shows, parties, meetings, and trade are also held here. Recently, renovations amounting to an astounding figure of six million dollars were done.
A community meeting room of the Ronald McDonald House, it is used for board meetings and conferences of the organization. Apart from internal usage, it is also rented to outsiders, preferably non-profit organizations. You can choose to host a small meeting, convention or workshop in the space that is available here. Call ahead to know the rental rates, or visit their website to know more.
At River City Bingo, players can win cash and prizes while contributing to local charity. A friendly and safe environment has been provided for players since 1993, with a roomy hall and full-service concession stand. State of the art computer bingo is available, as is "pull tabs" instant bingo. Enjoy midnight bingo each Saturday, early bird games the first and third Saturdays every month at 10:30pm and a door prize give-away every Saturday at noon.
For some classic, old-fashioned bingo, head to Big Star Bingo. This no-frills hall is BYOB, giving you a chance to keep your costs low while you go for the big bucks. Grab a card (or six), and get to marking off those numbers. If you're a bingo newbie, just show up early and flag down an employee for a tutorial. Big Star Bingo also contributes much of its proceeds to charity, so you can rest assured your money is going to a good cause.
Located inside Wildflower Terrace Building on the Berkman Drive, Art & Soul is a unique educational facility with a fresh, new perspective on visual arts. Offering numerous classes and programs in creative expression and the arts, for adults as well as children, the facility plays host to several art events and exhibitions throughout the year. Their premises are also available for interesting, innovative group and corporate activities like team building exercises and such, that involve visual arts; check their website for more details.