There’s a Whimsical Village Tucked Away In Austin’s Oldest Park, And You’ll Definitely Want To Visit
Austin’s oldest park just got even more whimsical. The latest art instillation, entitled “Yippee Ki Yay,” is now open to the public at Pease Park, and you’ll love exploring this woodland playground. Wander through the maze and peek your head out the windows. This stickwork sculpture will make your imagination run wild.
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Have you ventured through “Yippee Ki Yay” yet? What’s your favorite art installation in Austin?
Elisa is a passionate travel writer with over five years of experience. After graduating with a B.F.A in acting from Oklahoma City University, Elisa earned a M.A in mass communication From Texas State University. When she's not writing about all of the amazing places throughout the U.S., she can be heard singing with her band.
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