Georgian Acres is a neighborhood located in the northeast corner of Austin, Texas. It is just 11 minutes from downtown Austin, just off Interstate 35.
Georgian Acres is known for its sunny weather, low cost of living and amenities. From restaurants to shopping and art galleries to convenient public transit, this neighborhood has lots to offer. Residents can take local bus lines to reach the area's four public schools and neighborhood parks, like Meadowview Triangle and North Acres Neighborhood Park.
The Republic of Texas Museum is located in Georgian Acres, and is a great place to learn more about how the state of Texas was formed. It is also the home of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, founded in 1891, which is the oldest patriotic women's organization in the state and one of the oldest in the U.S.
Residents of Georgian Acres are close to nightlife and entertainment in downtown Austin, but there are also nearby options that make this neighborhood a fun place to explore. A comedy club, pottery studio, art galleries and bowling alleys offer plenty of chances for visitors and residents alike to enjoy their time there.