It's listed in the National Register of Historic Places and features a collection of paintings, decorative arts and furniture.
A 130,000-square-foot dining and entertainment destination.
A city park that is filled with attractions for adults and children.
Proclaimed "The Official Opera House of Texas", The Grand is one of the last remaining theatres of its kind in the state.
This state-of-the-art center features a diverse selection of shows.
The museum is the fourth largest Holocaust memorial museum in the United States.
The New York Times has hailed Houston Ballet as "one of the nation's best ballet companies."
It's one of the most popular museums in the US because of its special exhibits and guests.
Discover the wildlife of Houston.
A waterside destination that's just 20 miles from downtown Houston.
The ballpark is home to the Houston Astros and is the city's first retractable-roofed stadium.
One of the Houston area's number one tourist attractions and family destinations.
This family- friendly museum features a world-renowned permanent collection with 64,000 works from six continents.
A family-friendly theater showcasing three documentary films about Galveston Island for culture enthusiasts and curious visitors alike.
A hidden spot right in the heart of downtown Houston.
The center features more than 400 space artifacts and the world’s largest collection of moon rocks and lunar samples for public view.
The museum highlights local naval maritime history and features the fleet of ships that protected the Gulf Coast.
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