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Arts and culture in Live Oak

Get a taste of culture at Texas Transportation Museum and Barney Smith's Toilet Seat Art Museum, where exhibits offer some serious insights into the world around us.

The artworks at Greenhouse Fine Art of Alamo Heights and Gallery Nord showcase charm, retrospective insights and forward-thinking ideas — all painted across canvases, carved onto sculptures and maybe even laid into jewelry.

Fancy a little knowledge or something to read on the trip home? Head to the well-stocked bookshelves of US Air Force Recruiting. Wayland Baptist University offers its own brand of higher knowledge — soak it in with a campus tour.


Arts and culture in Live Oak

Get a taste of culture at Texas Transportation Museum and Barney Smith's Toilet Seat Art Museum, where exhibits offer some serious insights into the world around us.

The artworks at Greenhouse Fine Art of Alamo Heights and Gallery Nord showcase charm, retrospective insights and forward-thinking ideas — all painted across canvases, carved onto sculptures and maybe even laid into jewelry.

Fancy a little knowledge or something to read on the trip home? Head to the well-stocked bookshelves of US Air Force Recruiting. Wayland Baptist University offers its own brand of higher knowledge — soak it in with a campus tour.


Where to eat in Live Oak

Live Oak has plenty of dining options for hungry travelers. Among these are Texas Roadhouse, Buffalo Wild Wings, Little Caesars and Golden Corral, where you can grab some coffee or sit down to a meal.


Outdoor activities in Live Oak

Phil Hardberger Park and Canyon Lake Gorge are good options for spending some time outdoors in Live Oak while breathing in that fresh air.


Where to stay in Live Oak

Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action or a quiet ways away, Live Oak is filled with distinctive neighborhoods. Among these are North Central and Alamo Heights.


Where to shop in Live Oak

Want a whole new wardrobe? The shops in Triangle Plaza and the clothes at Ross Dress for Less won't disappoint. You can pick up sparkling accessories at Eisenhauer Market and find the perfect new shoes at Ross Dress for Less.

If wearable tech is more your speed, check out the gadgets and accessories at Costco.


Best times to visit Live Oak

Live Oak is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but January, May and November are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 29%, 23% and 22%, respectively.


Outdoor activities in Live Oak

Phil Hardberger Park and Canyon Lake Gorge are good options for spending some time outdoors in Live Oak while breathing in that fresh air.


Where to stay in Live Oak

Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action or a quiet ways away, Live Oak is filled with distinctive neighborhoods. Among these are North Central and Alamo Heights.


What to do in Live Oak

Sightseeing can get exhausting — but luckily, Tranquil Moments Wellness Center is around to help you feel rejuvenated. Kick back, relax, and let a trained professional melt away your stress.

If you're looking for an activity that's fun for all ages, head to the silver screens at Regal Cinemas Live Oak 18 & RPX, or the stadium seats at Comalander Stadium to see the local team play for the win.


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