Prepare for Fourth of July 2021 in Austin by Shopping All Things Summer at The Homestead

Prepare for Fourth of July 2021 in Austin by Shopping All Things Summer at The Homestead

It is hard to believe that Fourth of July 2021 is almost here. This year will be exceptionally fun to celebrate because everyone will be able to get together and have fun. While you are out shopping in Austin for all things red, white and blue, stop by The Homestead and experience some of the unique shops and eateries. Stop by today to find some of the best Fourth of July 2021 celebration ideas in Austin at The Homestead:

Backyard Fun That Is Also Educational

Summertime is a great time to watch the wild birds. Wild Birds Unlimited has all the supplies you need to create a backyard bird sanctuary, Bird feeders, weird watching supplies, and many unusual bird gifts can be found at the store. Have some fun, learn a little about birds, and enjoy being outside.

If You Can Think It- You Can Build It

Bricks and Minifigs is the place to go if you love LEGOs. This is an amazing store that has new and discontinued LEGO sets, bulk pieces of LEGOs that you can sort through or buy by the bagful, and the largest assortment of mini-figures for LEGO that you can imagine. If you are looking for summer fun, you will find it here.

What Goes Best with A Long Hot Day? Ice Cream.

When you have had a long day of shopping in Austin, or you are looking for a fun place to take the kids for a treat, why not stop at Marble Slab Creamery? Handcrafted ice cream made right in front of you tastes as amazing as it looks. Order an ice cream cake for the Fourth of July 2021 celebration for a different type of dessert.

Looking for more ways to celebrate summer in Austin? Check out our directory today! 

The Homestead is offered by Weitzman. Weitzman is one of the leading Retail Real Estate companies in North Texas. Weitzman offers a full range of Retail Real Estate services including Project RepresentationTenant Representation and Investment Sales and, is also a leading Asset Management and Development Services Retail Real Estate firm.

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