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.
304 E 44th St, Austin, Texas, 78751
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