Spring is in full bloom! It’s time to get out and enjoy this beautiful time of year. If you’re looking for events in Austin this March be sure to check out all of the great events taking place. From St. Patrick’s Day celebrations to Easter Egg hunts, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this March in Austin.

Events in Austin this March

Amazing Butterflies Maze
When: Now through March 31st, 2018
Where: Texas Museum of Science and Technology
1220 Toro Grande Drive
Cedar Park, TX

Come take a journey through the life of a butterfly as you try to find your way through this intriguing maze. Learn about the lives, migrations, and challenges of our beautiful insect friends

Pong to Pokémon: The Evolution of Electronic Gaming
When: Now through March 18th, 2018
Where: 1800 N. Congress Avenue
Austin, TX

Pong to Pokémon: The Evolution of Electronic Gaming explores the past and future of electronic gaming through the player’s experience. In living rooms and arcades, on the internet and mobile devices across the globe, players of electronic games continue to influence the astounding success of an ever-growing industry.

Since the introduction of the first arcade and home console gaming platforms in the early 1970s, the resulting unprecedented social phenomenon of electronic gaming has built a commercial market with a worldwide effect that far surpasses Hollywood or any media counterpart in terms of revenue and participants. The demand for engaging, affordable, and accessible gaming platforms has driven technology and gameplay advancements from simple circuit boards and television or computer screens to smart phones and other internet-based platforms, and is extending into virtual realms that blend reality and game worlds in increasingly sophisticated and exciting ways.

Spring Break Zip Line Tour
When: March 9th – 18th, 2018
Where: Zip Lost Pines
1760 State Hwy 71 W
Cedar Creek, TX

Located in McKinney Roughs Nature Park, Zip Lost Pines offers a unique side-by-side zip line experience. Besides offering a shot of adrenaline, zip lining is an eco-friendly adventure that gets everyone outside and off their feet! The guided zip line tour can take 2-3 hours, depending on the number of people in the group. Shorter tour options and special pricing is available to groups of 10 or more.

The 6 side-by-side zip lines at Zip Lost Pines vary in length and speed, from 146 feet to the longest line measuring ¼ a mile. You’ll fly at speeds of up to 40 miles per hour. With a passive braking system, simply sit back and enjoy the ride and views of the lost pine forest, steep canyons and Colorado River valley.

Rodeo Austin
When: March 10th – 24th, 2018
Where: Travis Count Expo Center
7311 Decker Lane
Austin, TX

Staying true to the official sport of Texas, Austin hosts one of America’s top 10 ProRodeos every March. The top ranked athletes in each event compete in Rodeo Austin for the title of Champion. In an action-packed two hours, fans enjoy extreme competition, bull fighting entertainment and the fan-favorite Mutton Bustin’.

St. Patrick’s Day Festival
When: March 17th, 2018
Where: Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farms
10621 Pioneer Farms Drive
Austin, TX

This family-friendly St. Patrick’s Day fest celebrates all things Irish. Come enjoy authentic Celtic music and dancers, Irish language workshops, the finest Irish imports and plenty of good craic!

Easter Egg Dye-O-Rama
When: March 30th, 2018
Where: Neill-Cochran House Museum
2310 San Gabriel Street
Austin, TX

Join us this Good Friday for one of our most fun-filled community events of the year, as we open up the house and grounds for an afternoon of old-fashioned Easter egg dyeing, lawn games, and a chance to get to know one of Austin’s oldest landmarks at your own pace.

Easter egg dyers of all skill levels are welcome! Bring your own boiled (or blown!) eggs and we’ll provide wax resists, vinegar baths, and dyes, and, of course, take care of all of the clean-up. (We’ll also have prepared eggs available for purchase on a first-come, first-served basis)

When you’re done working on eggs, enjoy a round of badminton under the shade of our 140 year old pecan tree and try a mango-hibiscus iced tea, a fresh-squeezed lemonade, and maybe even a rice krispie, too!