As you would imagine in the largest city in Texas, there is plenty to keep you occupied while you’re here. We have everything from theme parks to museums, concert halls to ballet and everything in-between.
We also benefit from the Houston CityPass, a one ticket entry arrangement that allows you to save up to half on the cost of entry fees into places. They can include the Space Center, Aquarium, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston Zoo or the Children’s Museum of Houston, to name a few.
A number of Houston’s main attractions can be found below:
Bayou Place is 130,000 square feet of entertainment. The complex includes bars, restaurants, theaters, lounges and all the movies you could ever hope to watch. It’s also home to Houston’s largest rock n’ roll night club, Rocbar.
Galleria Mall is where those who know Houston well come to shop. It’s the largest mall in Texas and has all the big chains, as well as boutiques, high-end stores, one-off designer outlets, food, drink and hotels. If you have a whole day to spare, visit Galleria Mall, if you have any less, you won’t do it justice.
No visit to Houston would be complete without a trip to the Johnson Space Center. The complex is set in 1,620 acres of land and includes 100 different facilities, as well as the NASA Astronaut Corps. Enjoy guided tours, simulated launches and the amazing Living in Space exhibit.
Houston Zoo is a great place to learn about animals and the world around us while having a good time doing it. The zoo is home to over 4,500 animals of over 900 different species. It is one of the best zoos in the world and the 7th most-visited zoo in the country. Well worth a visit if you have the time and the lion cub feeding is amazing if it’s happening while you’re there!
Kemah Boardwalk is a theme park and entertainment district. There are family rides, fun fair attractions that sit alongside hotels, restaurants and bars. It’s a great day out, especially if you like your food fresh. Some of the best seafood around can be found here.
If Houston Zoo whetted your appetite for learning more about the world around us, the Downtown Aquarium will help. There are over 400 different species of sea life here inside the 150,000 tank. You can watch the tank while you eat, pet a stingray or watch sea life in as near as possible to their natural environment.
Those are just a few of the many attractions in Houston. This page would be many thousands of words long if we covered them all! Click here to view our corporate housing in Houston.
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