Like many major cities, Houston is defined by its neighborhoods. You can cross a street and walk into entirely different surroundings. Only by exploring Houston's diverse neighborhoods can you truly know this remarkable city.
Click on the neighborhood below to learn more about what to do and where to stay, eat, drink and shop.
This beautiful Queen Anne mansion is located just four miles from downtown Houston in the Historic Heights.At Sara's Inn, twelve rooms and suites furnished with antiques and collectibles are available Read more »
Let Schlitterbahn Galveston Island be your personal oasis with its huge array of awesome aquatic adventures! This award-winning park was recently featured on the Travel Channel and offers thrills for Read more »
Nearly two years after his famed Sky Bar closed in Montrose, Scott Gertner regained his place as a leader in Houston’s nightlife scene with the opening of Scott Gertner’s at GreenStreet. The two-story Read more »
This Texas Parks and Wildlife Department facility, Sea Center Texas, includes a marine aquarium, fish hatchery, and wetland exhibit. A 50,000-gallon aquarium allows visitors to view large Gulf of Read more »
Discover the joys of sailing by becoming a member of the Seabrook Sailing Club, equipped with fleets for all ages. From Catamarans to Olympic class 470’s, the club has it all. The Seabrook Read more »
Explore central Houston on an eco-friendly personal transporter with the Segway Tours of Houston.A Segway is a two-wheeled personal transporter and an unconventional approach to today’s urban Read more »
Seoul Garden Restaurant is considered one of Houston's best Korean restaurants. Someone has written a comment in ballpoint pen on Seoul Garden's menu: "Yum!" It's right beside the thinly sliced, Read more »
Ever since December 2008, when Serendipity3 joined the ranks of other fashion-forward Westheimer Curve boutiques, Ruby Infante’s store has been serving up trendy West Coast labels and chic accessories Read more »
Sesquicentennial Park was developed along the banks of Buffalo Bayou as a commemoration of Houston's and Texas' 150th birthday. The 10.4-acre site flanks the bayou as it meanders past Wortham Theater Read more »