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Houston


Houston is probably one of the most interesting places in the United States. The diversity of what is happening in Houston is very much interesting. From athletics to culture to transportation and finally to aeronautics Houston seems to be one of those rare gems where you just find everything and anything in it. In terms of culture Houston boasts of variety and diversity making their cultural landscape very rich and dynamic. From museums to rodeos Houston has a lot to offer. Houston is the hme for teams such as the Houston rockets and the Astros. In terms of architecture Houston also boasts various designs and skyscrapers that are both overwhelming as it is awe inspiring. Be sure to visit Houston and we guarantee that you’ll come back and discover more of this city.


5 things to do in Houston

Get outdoors
Spend some time outdoors at spots like the Miller Outdoor Theatre for amazing performances, Market Square Park to catch movie screenings, and Art Car Museum for vehicle enthusiasts.
Rodeo
The instant images that come to mind when you think Houston is cowboy hats, horses and rodeos. It’s here where the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is held for over 3 weeks. If you don’t happen to chance upon this there are rodeos all around the city. Get down for some cow roping and bull riding.
Catch a sports event
Houston is home to professional football, baseball, basketball and soccer games. Sports enthusiasts will have a thrill catching games of the Astros, Texans, Dynamos and Rockets. Minor league sports is just as popular with support thrown to Houston’s 5 prominent teams to watch out for.
Go Dancing
You’d think the dance scene in Houston is just about line dancing and the like but they have a robust and busy nightlife scene from EDM palaces to Latin hot spots. Thump the night away in the various clubs and joints.
Meet an astronaut
Space Center Houston offers guests an opportunity to have an intimate lunch with a NASA astronaut. You’ll get to hear first-hand stories while enjoying a delicious lunch prepared by an award winning catering staff. The best part is you will receive a personalized photograph from the guest astronaut.
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What to expect in Houston

Houston’s central attraction can be said to be in the Space and Science field. Space fanatics will get their fill at the NASA Space Center and Johnson Space Center for starters. Next are the various museums and historical sites. Don’t forget to prepare for a hefty appetite with Texan food.

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Space Center

The center houses various attractions and exhibits from space artifacts and hardware to specialized tours and interactive exhibits. This high tech center is truly a must visit for Houston first timers.
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Houston Museum of Natural Sciences

Houston Museum of Natural Sciences boasts wide collections and exhibits housed in 4 facilities within the complex namely the natural science hall, the Burke Baker Planetarium, the Cockrell Butterfly center, and the Wortham Giant Screen Theatre.
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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

One of the largest museums in the United States the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston houses approximately 64,000 pieces that span 6,00o years of history. The collections range from Italian Renaissance period to African-American art.
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Children’s Museum of Houston

Perfect for a day out with family the Children’s Museum offers various interactive exhibits that are sure to engage your kids such as the Makers Annex and the Flow Workds exhibits.
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The Buffalo Bayou

A nice spot for camping trips as well as hikes, the Mother Bayou houses various parks that offer other activities such as kayaking. Enjoy a weekend of outdoors fun in the numerous parks around Buffalo Bayou.
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The Menil Collection

This museum houses the private collection of John and Dominique De Menil that reach around 17000 pieces of art from paintings to photographs. Admission is free of charge. Aside from the main gallery there are also other attractions such as the interfaith chapel and modern art installations that can be found in the campus of the museum.

Places to Dine in Houston

Being part of the south, Houston’s dining fare includes barbecue, Tex Mex and steakhouses. However, there are unique delights such as Southern chicken waffles, handmade pansotti, kolaches and so much more.

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Brookstreet BBQ

Serving up authentic Texas BBQ this rustic joint serves up specialty dishes such as smoked brisket, sausage and ribs. Make sure to drop by for their specials such as the wagyu briskets and thei beef ribs.
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Jackson Street Barbecue

A more laid back BBQ joint this BBQ smoke house offers the traditional trio of ribs, brisket, and sausage paired with their whopping sides like the guilt inducing fried mac & cheese.
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Harold’s Tap Room

A chill place to hangout for some drinks and some bar chow after a long day.
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Killen’s Burgers

This joint serves probably Americas dearest comfort food, The Burger. With a special beef blend they serve the classic hamburger and cheeseburger along with specialty items such as grilled chicken and sides like sweet potato fries.
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Torchy’s Tacos

A good bang for your buck Torchy Tacos’ selections include traditional Mexican grilled food with a twist. Try the Dirty Sanchez which is a scrambled egg taco with an amazing poblano sauce or the Grand Burrito.
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The Breakfast Klub

A casual family restaurant serving up southern specialties such as Katfish & Grits and Wings&Waffles. Recognized as one of the best breakfast restaurants by leading publications and media you’re sure to get a savory breakfast.

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