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“The city's finest shopping, entertainment, nightlife, ice skating... The Galleria has everything.”
575lokala rekommendationer
“Discovery Green is a 11.78-acre public urban park in Downtown Houston, Texas”
285lokala rekommendationer
“The MFAH not only benefit the never ending visitors who come to enjoy the museum’s stunning collection of over 6,000 years of history and approximately 64,000 works from six continents, but also the 1.25 million who attend the museum’s workshops, programs and resource centers every year. This world class museum takes great pride in being home to treasures such as Gleizes’s La Femme, Memling’s portrait, Monet’s Water Lilies and an impressive amount of Roman period sculptures and paintings. If you want to make sure you’re not going to miss anything, there are 45 minute guided tours for the family to enjoy. There is also a great café with well above average refreshments. Distance: 9 min (2.5 mi”
269lokala rekommendationer
“This splendid six acre dining and entertainment complex was made even more amazing by the amalgamated redevelopment of two of Houston’s landmarks, the Central Waterworks Building and Fire Station No.1. Now with plenty of room to house its 500,000 gallon aquatic wonderland with 200 species of exotic global residents, it is a great attraction for all the family, and especially the kiddies as they can enjoy the fun aquarium’s rides, from Frog Hopper to Shark Voyage and Aquatic Carousel. There are plenty of treats for the adults too as the venue includes shopping, an upscale bar, full-service restaurant, a fully equipped ballroom and geographic and aquatic exhibits. Distance: 17 min (7.3 mi) via”
197lokala rekommendationer
Allmän underhållning
“There are a bunch of restaurants on the water here. There is also an amusement park that is fun to enjoy with carnival games. Good for families and date nights.”
109lokala rekommendationer
Football Stadium
“The Houston Rodeo, Feb 25-March 17, is the biggest Rodeo in the world. We are offering free rides to/from the Rodeo to help you avoid to difficulties of finding an Uber after the night. https://www.rodeohouston.com”
254lokala rekommendationer
“A Houston must-see. And it's FREE. The largest privately held art collection in the world with over 20,000 world-renown works of art you've definitely heard of. the architecture of the museum itself is stunning. Renzo Piano. a MUST.”
247lokala rekommendationer
Science Museum
“Visit the Houston Museum of Natural Science to see the largest dinosaur hall in North America, check out the extensive collection of rare gems, and stop into your choice of permanent exhibits. Permanent exhibits include North America's largest dinosaur hall, and the Gems & Minerals exhibit, which boasts one of the most extensive collections in the United States, with more than 450 rare gemstones and geodes. You can also browse exhibits on Ancient Egypt, Texas Wildlife, The Americas, African Wildlife, Chemistry, and more”
157lokala rekommendationer
“Set on 55 acres in Hermann Park, the Houston Zoo is one of the city's star attractions, popular with locals and visitors. The zoo is home to more than 6,000 exotic and indigenous animals”
181lokala rekommendationer
Baseball Stadium
“https://www.mlb.com/astros/ballpark/ Look up what ball games are playing there!”
184lokala rekommendationer
“A Houston classic and Beyonce’s favorite restaurant. Line out the door every weekend, so make sure you get there right when it opens (or 15-30 minutes before) if you don’t want to wait. Famous for their chicken and waffles but the fried catfish and grits dish is also delicious!”
125lokala rekommendationer
“This lovely park is right next to the Houston Zoo and offers scenic views of the Medical District. You can almost always find a wedding or Quinceanera photo shoot going on because the place is just so stunningly beautiful!”
147lokala rekommendationer
Basketball Stadium
“Named after Japanese automobile manufacturers Toyota (who had paid $100 million for the naming rights), the center’s arena is home to the Houston Rockets of the National Basketball Association as well as being former home of the Houston Aeros of the American Hockey League. The arena has spacious seating together with clean facilities. This is a very popular area for both visitors and locals as there are also a multitude of very good restaurants and hotels nearby, so why not take the family to a game or concert and finish off a perfect evening with a tasty meal after? Distance: 13 min (5.6 mi) via S Braeswood Blvd”
152lokala rekommendationer
“One of the best views of Houston, surrounded by beautiful green space. Make sure to tour the Cistern while you're there. ”
166lokala rekommendationer
“This outstanding theater offers both culturally and artistically assorted daytime children’s programming as part of its free productions season as well as many other free plays, concerts, dances and shows to suit all ages. The theater, situated on 7.5 acres of land in Hermann Park, runs from mid March through mid November and is a very popular venue, as you can imagine. There is the option to either bring your chair, blanket and food (alcohol is allowed providing it is in a container) or you can purchase seating when you are there. The seats are covered in case of rain. Distance: 10 min (2.4 mi) via S Braeswood Blvd and Hermann Park Dr”
131lokala rekommendationer