Houston is no stranger to national praise, making national must-visit lists for it’s culinary and cultural scenes.

This October, Lonely Planet “Best in Travel” published its list of top destinations to visit in 2019 and Houston made the cut as the only major U.S. city to be included. Houston came in No. 5 for “10 Best Value Places to Visit in 2019,” in good company with top national and international destinations.

As Houston gears up to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing in 2019, Lonely Planet notes that orbits to the moon may still be pricey, but your trip to Houston doesn’t have to be. The place to start, according to the publication, is the Museum District, which has 19 museums within walking distance: 10 of them are always free. Another affordable outing can be found in the up-and-coming EaDo neighborhood, where visitors can soak in public art and open-air galleries of murals on a self-guided tour. Dining is always affordable in Houston, where foodies can eat to their hearts content without breaking the bank. A great place to start is Chinatown, located on Houston’s west side and home o James Beard Award-nominated Mala Sichuan and Crawfish & Noodles.

It’s easy to enjoy budget-friendly sights that make cents. For more ideas, check out this list of free things to do in Houston.