The Elisabet Ney Museum in Austin, Texas is a castle-like stone structure in a residential area of the city.
Elisabet Ney was a well-known German sculptor who used the castle as her studio until her death in 1907. Since then, the property has been preserved and maintained as a monument to her life and works. The historic, landmark building is located in the Hyde Park National Register Historic Neighborhood. Admission is free.
Elisabet Ney Museum Website (Austin Texas Govt Site)
304 E 44th St, Austin, Texas, 78751
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