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About Magnolia Market, Austin

Overview of Magnolia Market

Home to Magnolia Market is the city of Austin in the country of United States. Don't expect lot of visitors to Magnolia Market since it is not a popular tourist spot in Austin.

Top attractions of Austin worth your visit include State Capitol, Austin Bats, Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, Lady Bird Lake Hike And Bike Trail and LBJ Presidential Library. Visit these and also discover other interesting things to do in Austin before planning.

A fun-filled day in the city is possible with these exciting Austin tours that you can book for your visit.

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Book Magnolia Market Tickets And Tours

Lady Bird Lake Bike Tour
View Deal Lady Bird Lake Bike Tour 6 Reviews | Duration: 2 hours From USD 59.58/person

This informative and historic 2-hour tour starts at Lady Bird Lake and makes its way around on the Butler trail 10 mile loop, including the new boardwalk, Barton Springs/Zilker Park. This tour is a great tour for beginners and riders of all ages wishing to familiarize themselves with the best parks of the area.

Austin Bat Watching Bike Tour
View Deal Austin Bat Watching Bike Tour 1 Reviews | Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes From USD 79.44/person

Learn about the Bats in Austin on this 2.5 hour bat watching bike tour! It's the largest urban bat population in North America. This tour takes place during the evening for a ride around Lady Bird Lake and Barton Springs with a stop to view the bats in flight!

Austin Scavenger Hunt Adventure
View Deal Austin Scavenger Hunt Adventure 1 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours From USD 14.9/person

Turn Austin into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from your smart phone, teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Note: Pricing is per individual, but teams must book together in order to be included in the same adventure.

Austin Brewery Tour
View Deal Austin Brewery Tour 2 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours From USD 45/person

Sit back and relax in an open air pedicab as you ride though east Austin stopping at 3 award winning micro-breweries. Learn how beer is made, tour the facilities or just drink delicious liquid gold. Our stops include Hops and Grain, Blue Owl and finishes at Zilker Brewing where you can grab a bite to eat. 


Getting around Magnolia Market, Austin


Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 4.51 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 5 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 15.


The most preferred mode of transport is Towncar. The transit will take around 5 minutes, covering a distance of 4.51 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 14.


Walking is recommended. The distance is around 4.14 Kilometre and it will take around 50 minutes.


It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly USD 9, taking around 2 minutes. The distance between the two points is 1.32 Kilometre.


By walking for 13 minutes for a distance of 1.12 Kilometre.


Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 4.37 Kilometre costing USD 15 and the duration of the trip will be 4 minutes.


It is recommended to take Towncar which will cost you roughly USD 14, taking around 4 minutes. The distance between the two points is 4.37 Kilometre.


By walking for 45 minutes for a distance of 3.76 Kilometre.

Share your experience - Rate Magnolia Market, Austin

  • A sucker born every minute, I guess. Went on a Monday afternoon, there wasn't any line for the store. The line for the bakery was out the wazoo, forget it. Lots of excited tourists from everywhere taking pics of themselves. The store was crowded on the inside with bunches of people who would be walking and then come to a confused stop for no reason. It was hot in there too. I saw nothing that I liked, and I was trying. There was a super ugly comforter that some women were raving over. It was floral in very dull coral and green. Something anyone would definitely pass by any where else. Most of the stuff was white, no colors, and very overpriced. Stuff like mugs, candles, bowls, vases. There were long lines of people standing in line to purchase their overpriced souvenirs. I would say Hobby Lobby, Michael's and Joann's have much cuter (and probably some of the same) stuff much, much cheaper. The merchandise is not on the scale of Pottery Barn or Crate and Barrel. If you must go, use your brain before you buy, don't be just another sheep following the herd.

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  • Very classy, wonderful vibe. The most friendly staff I've ever experienced. Only downside is this place gets busy. So get there really early. Cupcakes are the best I've ever had and you won't be disappointed after waiting 30+ minutes in line. PS. Got to meet Jo's mom, sweetest lady ever. The local Waco team does a great job welcoming people to their town, they should be proud. We'd love to come back.

  • Love the show. If you are expecting a quiet country store like me then stay away. We went in the middle of the week and the place was a zoo. Massive crowds with music blasting everywhere. Lines for everything, even the bathroom. Really wish I never went because I'll never look at the show the same way again. They must be a boon for the town and all the food trucks in the back. I was happy to leave and went down the road to another shop which was very nice and what I expected, local and quiet.

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  • There was definitely a wide area of space to walk around outside but the shop its self was small. We went at the end of July so it was very hot, it's definitely a good idea to take your own water bottle. (Bottled water there is $2) The shop had accessories like you see on the show like decorative pots, bottles, signs, towels etc. The items were cool but overpriced most of these things you could get in a Hobby Lobby for $20 to $30 less than what they were selling for at Magnolias. The garden shop was nice but small and crowded. To give you an idea we couldn't just go right in one of the staff members ushered us in after other shoppers exited. The bakery line was long but the wait was less than 15 minutes. I'm not sure if the cupcakes are baked at the facility once ushered in by an employee we didn't smell the smell of a bakery. The cupcakes were good but a little dry. Overall the entire place was very neat to see, overpriced, and over crowed even for a Friday morning right at the time the gates open. The facilities were clean and the employees were very welcoming, polite and willing to provide direction or product information. We give the employees 5 stars, facilities 4 stars, merchandise a 2 for overpricing. Parking 3, it's free but not a very big lot, and food trucks a 2 for slightly over inflated pricing. Total rating a 3. If you like the show put this on your bucket list. Best food near by Torchy's Tacos!

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  • So much fun to visit a spot you see on TV and take in the feel of the small city. Everyone here is extremely kind showing true interest in you. It is very busy and unfortunately the neighboring "Baptist Church" is charging $10 for parking when street parking is available and there is also a sign out front pointing you towards free parking as well as a trolly. I suppose the tithes at the local congregation aren't supporting the lifestyle of the pastor, so he needs to cast his net a bit wider to benefit on other's success....I digress. Bakery on site, Magnolia store with all sorts of home goods as well as keepsakes, food trucks, gardens, oversized swings, sporting goods and beanbags to play and relax. We spent most of our time just playing soccer with our boy, sitting in the shade and people watching. Definitely worth the drive from Austin if you are a fan of the show. You get a great vibe here and see people who are genuinely happy having made the trek. Some fantastic photo opportunities as well.

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