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What to Do on a Rainy Day in Houston

If you wake up to the pitter-patter sound of rain, you may think “there’s nothing to do today.” Although Houston has many excellent outdoor attractions, there are just as exciting opportunities to escape the rain and have fun doing it. Museum-hopping When the weather is wet, it’s a great opportunity to see many of the museums in Houston! The Houston Museum District includes great options like the Children’s Museum, Museum of Fine Art, Museum of Natural Science, Contemporary Craft and more. 19…

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10 Amazing Historical Attractions in Houston

There’s no question that Texas has a rich history. San Antonio has the Alamo, and Austin has the Capitol, but Houston remains the historical center of Texas. Houston was the first capital of Texas, where the first national bank was founded, and the Galveston Daily News was the first Texas newspaper. It’s worth mentioning that Houston has various buildings in and around downtown that have stood for over a century. Whether you’re a visitor or native Houstonian, you’ll be surprised to learn of…

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5 Reasons To Love Houston’s New Levy Park

Upper Kirby’s Levy Park reopened its doors in late February after a massive renovation that left it unrecognizable to anyone who knew the park before. Located off of Richmond Avenue and Eastside, the 6-acre park drew some 7,000 people to its grand opening and has continued to buzz with activity since. It’s easy to see why. Here are five reasons we love it. It’s A Kid’s Dream ... We guarantee your kids will love the park’s unique, colorful playground. With its wide slide, splash area, hills…

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