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  • March 6, 2019
    For kids, Spring Break can be a relaxing and fun time to enjoy the warmer weather and some freedom from school. For parents it’s a constant battle against boredom that requires creativity, patience and planning. This Spring Break, we’re taking the stress off your shoulders. Here are a few ideas to get you started on your week of fun! The Baytown area is full of family-friendly activities so why not experience them ALL this Spring Break? Baytown is home to one of only four GeoTours...
  • December 19, 2018
    We know you're busy trying to find last minute gifts for the people in your life, so we won't bore you with the details about all there is to do outside of Houston. We'll simply give you a subtle hint that day trips make for a great presents to your friends and family, especially when you're struggling with stocking stuffers and growing more and more resigned to gift cards. There's an alternative, believe us. Check out some of the experiences available for gifting on the...
  • November 28, 2018
    Sometimes the best way to see holiday lights is to get away from the bright lights of the big city. From Galveston to Conroe, there are plenty of cool ways to see holiday lights just a short drive from Houston. Galveston's Downtown Lanterns & Lights November 24 - January 1 This holiday season, historic downtown Galveston will be illuminated by lighting and décor stretching throughout downtown from 20th to 25th streets on The Strand as well as along 23rd and Post office streets....
  • November 15, 2018
    Living in the Houston area you never know what weather the winter months will bring. Last winter we had snow (twice) and the year before we were in flip flops and shorts! From snow sledding to ice skating, be the master of your own holiday destiny and check out these ice and snow activities around town. ICE LAND at Moody Gardens in Galveston November 17 - January 6 Ice Land “Pole to Pole” is just one of the eight holiday attractions offered at Moody Gardens as Galveston makes its...
  • November 1, 2018
    Meet the Blues Brothers Rao’s Bakery was founded in 1941 by Johnny Rao and has been a Beaumont favorite ever since. Offering both decadent sweet pastries and cakes and savory sandwiches and wraps, Rao’s is the place to go. Sit out on the front porch or the patio outside at their original location or visit their other locations around Southeast Texas. Take a selfie in front of the “famous” Blues Brothers statues that greets you outside. Enjoy Art and Music The Art of...
  • September 21, 2018
    As the weather starts cooling down, there’s no better way to enjoy time outdoors than to hang out on a patio with friends. It’s even better if you can find a restaurant where you can bring along your four legged friends. We’ve sniffed out a few dog friendly patios to meet up with friends just beyond the Houston area. Bakkhus Taverna Bakkhus reflects a small Greek family style restaurant that serves Greek and American fare with a southern twist. They offer a diverse menu and...
  • August 2, 2018
    This time of year, you’ve got to create your own wind! What better way than on a bike? Whether you’re an avid mountain biker or you’re just looking for a rental option to cruise around, the areas around Houston have paths to explore for nature enthusiasts and urban explorers. Cruise along Cattail Marsh in Beaumont Situated in the back of Tyrrell Park is Cattail Marsh Scenic Wetlands , the perfect backdrop to a 12-mile bike. This trail extends through the wetlands and...
  • January 4, 2018
    Mark your brand new 2018 calendar with some can’t-miss events around Houston in January and February. Get to work on your New Year’s Resolution by signing up for a Heritage Hike through Sugar Land . Hosted every second Saturday of the month, the Heritage Foundation of Sugar Land guides visitors on a walking tour around Sugar Land’s historic district. Visitors are guided through the historic neighborhood known as The Hill and stop at the Heritage Foundation Museum located in...
  • October 4, 2017
    The strength of the human spirit comes through during times of need. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, heroes from all walks of life became pillars of strength and resiliency for their neighbors and community. Such was the case in Sugar Land, where everyone from restaurant employees to neighbors with high-water trucks came together to help those in need. We emerged from this historic natural event Texas Strong, Houston Strong, and Sugar Land Strong. Now that the waters have receded, Sugar Land
  • September 6, 2017
    Here are some ways to make your weekend a hassle free “sweet escape” with your special someone. Sugar Land can help fill your romantic getaway with late night cocktails, luxurious spas and candlelit dinners. Friday Check into your favorite Sugar Land hotel and freshen up for an evening out on the town. Make sure to order a custom bouquet from Deep Roots TX Floral Studio before you arrive and have it waiting for your sweetheart once you walk into your room. Start your evening at...
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