Houston Overview: Tex in the City
Houston Exudes a Cosmopolitan and Down-Home Vibe.
Facts and Figures
Houston’s mix of international appeal and Southern charm have captured the imagination of tastemakers the world over.
New and Notable
Developmentnever stops in H-Town! New restaurants, bars and attractions are opening all the time. Consider this your go-to guide for staying in the loop in Houston.
Awards and Rankings
As the rest of the country discovers what locals have known all along, Houston is finally enjoying the recognition it deserves.
Your guide to the top annual events of 2013.
Think you’ve got Houston figured out? Think again.
Houston for Free
Fortunately, many of Houston’s most memorable attractions won’t break the bank. In fact they won’t even cost a dime.
Houston Without a Car
Give the car a brake and let the city’s 7.5-mile METRORail handle all of the legwork.
Culture Collision: A Guide to Houston's Museums
The Houston Museum District's 17 museums form one of the largest cultural districts in the country.
Center Stage: Houston's Performing Arts
To experience the finest performing arts in the world, you need look no further than Houston.
Houston's Art Gallery Guide
Concurrentwith its world-class museums, Houston boasts a thriving community of more than 60 art galleries that together comprise one of the most dynamic art markets in the country.
Houston's Beer Can House and Other Unique Space.
What's in Store
Chic Boutiques and Designer Wear Meet Funky Antiques and Thrift Stores.
Get Your Game On
Onthe field or on the court, Houston's home teams offer year-round competition and high-energy action for loyal sports aficionados.
On the Green
Drive in any direction from downtown, and you will find an attractive array of golf courses courses set on rolling, wooded land.
The (Not So) Straight Facts About Houston
Central Houston neighborhoods, including gay-popular Montrose, have seen big changes for the better, helping turn the nation's fourth largest city into a lively and downright stylish getaway.