The Round Rock Express, a Double A affiliate of Houston, play at Dell Diamond which was built in 2000, seating 10,000. This is a really nice field with seats throughout. There is a Home Run Porch section in left field behind the grass berm. There is a grass berm in right field and a children's play area in right center field. They have a climbing tower for the children. Near the end of the game the fastest climbing times are announced for three different age groups. There are two different group party areas in right field as well. Menu is the best we have seen for a Double AA field. Nolan Ryan's Tender Aged Beef is featured at the grill down the 3rd baseline. The Express railroaded the Wichita Wranglers 14-2. The box score was Wichita R-2, H-9, E-1 and Express R-12, H-17, E-0. The field lines are RF-325', CF-407'-400'-405', LF-330', and RC & LC-375'. Spike is the mascot and is dressed like a railroad engineer. There are special soda prices on Monday and Tuesday and beer prices on Wednesday. We would like to thank Ross Scott for the complimentary tickets that placed us in the owner's seats just to the left of homeplate by the Express on-deck circle in Row one. Andrea is sitting in the right seat of the two women. The team store is the Railyard. The attendance was 9,332. On the main concourse is the Moo-Lan Ryan Express Cow. In 2005 the Edmonton, Canada AAA team moved to Round Rock as a Pacific Coast League AAA team. They kept the name Express. The Double A team moved to Corpus Christi and is named Hooks. Between 2011-2018 the team was affiliated with Texas. In 2019 reaffiliated with Houston and new logo. 2021--Affiliated with Texas. AAA playing in West League, East Division.
No Attractions in Round Rock. Austin 15 miles south.

The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum is outstanding. This museum explores the region's first inhabitants and early explorers; the fight for independence and statehood; and 20th century contributions to space, industry and technology. Fee for adults.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center features display gardens, nature trails, a visitors gallery, an observation tower demonstrates the environmental necessity, economic value and natural beauty of native plants. Admission in April-May when flowers are blooming Fee.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum - papers of the Johnson presidency are preserved at the complex. Free.