Whether you're traveling here for business, looking for an exciting day trip or weekend getaway or embarking on a family friendly adventure, you'll find there's something for everyone in Houston. Go ahead and browse through the site and we guarantee you'll discover some must-see stops that you won't want to miss.
Houston serves up nationally recognized dining, shopping, entertainment and nightlife. We have world-class attractions and events. Best of all, you'll find a number of things that are budget-friendly or free. In fact, there's so many things to do in Houston, you may want to schedule an extra day or two to your trip!
The life and times of the nation’s 41st president are explored in depth at the George Bush Presidential Library & Museum on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station. The primary exhibit Read more »
Stages Repertory Theatre produces new work, interprets established work in new ways and nurtures talent to invigorate culture for the good of the community. In 1978, in the damp basement of a Read more »
Bayou Bend, the former home of Houston philanthropist Ima Hogg, now houses the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston's early American decorative arts and painting collection. Considered one of the premier Read more »
Situated along Galveston Island’s historic Seawall Boulevard, the San Luis Resort, Spa & Conference Center offers the Texas Gulf Coast’s premier setting for an unforgettable wedding, convention or Read more »
Taking over the space that once housed the Aurora Picture Show, the new 14 Pews microcinema is the brainchild of proprietor Cressandra Thibodeaux who recently returned to Houston from Los Angeles. The Read more »
The 1940 Air Terminal Museum is the only educational institution in Houston dedicated to promoting the city's significant civil aviation history. The Houston Municipal Airport Terminal is a beautiful Read more »
The brains behind Houston’s Eatsie Boys food truck and Eatsie Boys Cafe have branched out with another concept, 8th Wonder Brewery.Located in EaDo and named after the city’s iconic Astrodome, this Read more »
The A. D. Players, founded in 1967 by Jeannette Clift George, pioneered a unique style of theater committed to producing plays and programs that uphold human value, offer creativity and promote Read more »
Alexander Deussen (1882-1959), a petroleum geologist, donated a 309-acre site on Lake Houston to Harris County in 1956. The site was converted into a public park and named the Alexander Deussen Read more »
Often described as “Houston’s heart” and Houston's “Plymouth Rock,” Allen’s Landing is an area that truly defines Houston. It was here in 1836 that August C. and John K. Allen stepped ashore and Read more »