Spring Break at the Health Museum

With Spring Break just around the corner, Houston is blooming. The city’s museums, parks and hotels have planned an array of fun – and safe – family friendly activities guaranteed to combat boredom. Take note and plan your itinerary, so you’re ready to head out and explore everything Houston has to offer this Spring Break.

 

The Health Museum’s Spring Break program takes much of the thinking out of planning an activity by including everything you need for an afternoon out. The Spring Break edition includes organ dissection (including a sheep brain!), hot dog cart and a magician. Learn more here


 

 

Roller Skate at The Rink at Discovery Green

March 4 - April 10, 2022

Get your family and head to Discovery Green’s The Rink for some good old-fashioned roller skating. The Rink typically opens at 5 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. on weekends and school holidays (March 14-18), so you have plenty of time options to choose from. Make sure to take advantage of themed nights, which include discounted skate nights on some Mondays and DJs spinning tunes while you glide under the downtown lights.


 

 

Lone Star Flight Museum Spring Break

March 12 - March 20, 2022

Hangar tours, pilot talks, simulators and crafts are just a few of the activities planned over Spring Break at the Lone Star Museum. If you have any air flight enthusiasts in the family, the museum is a must visit, but anyone will enjoy its fun activities and aviation artifact exhibits. View the full calendar of activities and get ready to take flight!


 

 

Book a Staycation


If you’re not traveling outside of Houston, book a getaway inside the city. The Intercontinental Medical Center is perfectly situated near some of Houston’s most popular attractions, such as the Houston Zoo, Hermann Park, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, shops and restaurants at Rice Village, and more. Check out the hotel’s accommodation packages and enjoy being within minutes of all that Houston has to offer.


 

 

Get Outside

With sunnier days (remember to change your clocks on March 14), there’s no better time to enjoy the outdoor and green spaces Houston has to offer. Have a picnic, ride bikes, or take walks in Houston’s many parks, enjoy the city’s farmers markets, or take a day trip to Houston’s nearby state parks and beaches.