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Republic Square is one of the three squares that were part of Austin’s original layout of the city. Since its establishment, the park has been transformed into a parking lot and then back to a park in 1974 when the Sierra Club and the Parks and Recreation Department decided to restore the property to its original form. The park is located in downtown Austin and is a great place to relax, attend fun events year round, and even grab a bite to eat at the newly opened Salt & Time cafe.
422 Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX 78701
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Metered street parking is available on the streets surrounding the square. Several surface and garage lots are also located within a couple blocks. Free parking is available in the surface lot directly south of the square for visitors to the SFC Farmers’ Market on Saturdays.
Open daily from 5:00AM-10:00PM
Free admission (except on days when ticketed events are occurring).
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