By all accounts, Elisabet Ney was one of the first to keep Austin weird.
The German-born portrait sculptor who landed in Austin in 1892 created a singular home and studio in what is now the Hyde Park neighborhood.
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Elisabet Ney Museum
When: noon to 5 p.m. Wednesdays-Sundays
Where: 304 E. 44th St.
Information: 512-458-2255, austintexas.gov/department/elisabet-ney-museum