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!
Miller Outdoor Theatre is Houston's premier outdoor theater for the performing arts. Free performances run March through October. Miller Outdoor Theatre offers the most diverse professional Read more »
Captain Mike Williams is the guy behind Galveston Fishing Guides and his 40+ years of experience and success have earned him the reputation of being one of the top fishing guides in all of Texas. His Read more »
In May 2012, Galveston Island paid homage to its past with the return of the city’s Historic Pleasure Pier. The Landry’s owned-and-operated amusement park—which replaced the Hurricane Ike-battered Read more »
Galveston Island State Park features two thousand acres of surf, beach, dunes, coastal prairie, fresh-water ponds, wetlands, and bay shoreline just down Galveston Island from the city of Galveston, Read more »
Galveston Island Tours provides custom tour packages in the Galveston area. Sample itineraries include: Historic Homes Tour Explore a time of Galveston's glory, a time of incredible wealth and Read more »
With an average of only 18 days per year with temperatures below freezing and 99.6 days with high temperatures falling in the 90s, nature enthusiasts know that Houston is a prime place to soak up the Read more »
Gente de Teatro is a nonprofit organization that performs theater for the Hispanic community in Houston. Founded in 1994, its members “perform” in many capacities: set designers, Read more »
Named in honor of the 41st president of the United States George H.W. Bush. The 7,800-acre park located on the far west side of Houston, serves as a major attraction and nature reserve. Most of Read more »
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 Read more »
Ever dreamed of exploring outer space? Now you can—just an hour’s drive south of Houston. Located in the scenic expanse of Brazos Bend State Park, the George Observatory is a satellite facility of the Read more »