When planning a group leisure travel or FIT package to Houston, the Greater Houston Conventions and Visitors Bureau Tourism Department is the sure source for information. Our team works with the travel trade professionals to provide destination marketing services and materials.
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And there is always something new happening in Houston. It’s a thriving urban metropolis that supports some of the most vivid cultural, art and culinary scenes in the country.
Head south to Big Texas Clear Lake for a boot scootin’ good time where you'll find pretty young things in cowboy boots and daisy dukes. Located in Webster off of Nasa Road 1, Big Texas is much Read more »
Housed in a 160-year-old tobacco barn with great accoustics, Dosey Doe is one of the best places in Houston to hear original country bands. Many greats have played here including Mel Tillis, Roger Read more »
Put your cowboy boots on and stop by Firehouse Saloon for a live country music concert, dancing or maybe just to drink a local brew. The popular location has been nominated repeatedly for best live Read more »
Part honky-tonk and part Texas history museum, Goode's Armadillo Palace gets the mood established right off the bat thanks to the towering armadillo sporting longhorns and breathing smoke right out Read more »
For those who miss the boot scootin’, bull ridin’ experience that Gilley’s brought to H-Town, fret no more. PBR Houston is now open in Bayou Place, offering a South-meets-West atmosphere and aesthetic Read more »
Urban cowboys have a home on Washington Avenue at Rebels Honky Tonk. The spot, which opened in mid-2009, adds a new flavor to the area’s already eclectic party scene. Inside, pretty young things Read more »
Saddle up for a good time at Stampede Houston, a country and western club that recently set up shop next to sister-club Escapade 2001. Similar to the Tejano club next door, Stampede Houston draws Read more »
A part of the Bayou City for over 20 years, Wild West sits on Houston's Richmond strip with a motto of Two-Steppin' & Longneckin'. This country nightclub was built and is operated by Texans and Read more »