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VISITING HOU SAFELY

Houston is dedicated to the safety and health of visitors traveling to the city

Houston is welcoming a safe return to travel which includes social distancing, hand washing, face-covering, and other preventive measures. In Houston, all businesses are now permitted to reopen at reduced capacity including restaurants, retail, salons, museums, and attractions. Bars will remain closed until further notice. Businesses that previously had been able to operate at 100% capacity may continue to do so, and most outdoor areas are not subject to capacity limits.  For more specific information, visit the State of Texas, the City of Houston, and the CDC's resource pages.

Below offers the most recent information on restaurants, attractions, and other businesses welcoming visitors. 

Frequently Asked Questions

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Are masks required?

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Yes, masks are required for anyone 10 years or older when in public or within a commercial entity. See more on mask requirements.

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What are hotels, restaurants, and attractions doing to help protect visitors?

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Our hospitality partners have taken a pledge to take every precaution to help keep you safe. Find out what our hotel partners are doing to keep visitors safe through the city's Houston Clean Initiative page.

While you're browsing the site, look for partners with the Houston Clean Badge:

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Is dine-in available?

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Dine-in at restaurants is currently permitted with restrictions on capacity. Face coverings are required when not seated at a table.

View restaurants' dining options

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Which restaurants have outdoor dining?

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There is a large selection of restaurants that offer outdoor dining. We recommend calling ahead to see if reservations are required.

View Restaurants with Patio Dining

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Which restaurants are offering takeout or delivery?

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There are a variety of restaurants in the Greater Houston Area offering delivery and pick-up.

View restaurants' dining options

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What attractions are open?

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Area attractions are permitted to open and have done so on a case by case basis depending on the ability to adhere to current health safety protocols. Please check with individual attractions before visiting.

View Houston Attractions

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Do attractions require reservations required?

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Reservations may be required in advance. Please check with the individual institution before planning your trip.

View Houston Attractions

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Are hotels taking reservations?

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Yes, hotels are currently taking reservations. Check rates here and book your stay

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Are the pools open at hotels?

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Public swimming pools are permitted to be open with restrictions on capacity. We recommend calling ahead when making your reservation to ensure the hotel's pool will be open.

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What precautions are hotels taking when cleaning rooms?

A:

Our hospitality partners have taken a pledge to take every precaution to help keep you safe. Find out what our hotel partners are doing to keep visitors safe through the city's Houston Clean Initiative page.

While you're browsing the site, look for partners with the Houston Clean Badge:

HoustonClean Logo

 

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Are stores open for shopping?

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Yes, retail is currently permitted to be open with restrictions on capacity. Masks are required for anyone 10 years of age or older.

View Houston Shops

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Are spas & salons open?

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Spas and salons are permitted to be open with restrictions on capacity. Reservations are typically required, please check with the individual business to learn more about safety protocol requirements.

View Houston Spas & Salons

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