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The Orange Show

The Orange Show Houston is a landmark in the Houston area that has been entertaining audiences for over 50 years. The Orange Show is home to a variety of performing arts, including comedy, magic, and ballet. The venue also offers a wide range of events and activities for both adults and children, making it a popular spot for birthday parties, family outings, and more.

0.51 miles away

Houston Botanic Garden

Houston Botanic Garden is home to over 10,000 plants and trees, making it one of the largest botanic gardens in the United States. The garden was founded and become one of Houston's most popular tourist destinations. The garden is divided into six gardens, each with its own unique landscape and collection of plants. The garden is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm, and admission is free.

3.23 miles away

Giant Beatles Statues

Houston, Texas has two giant Beatles statues that are a bit of a tourist attraction. The first statue was erected in 2004 and the second statue was erected in 2006. The Beatles statues are located at the intersection of Shepherd and Walker streets in downtown Houston.

3.23 miles away

Graffiti Park

Houston, Texas is home to the Graffiti Park Museum, which features a collection of graffiti artwork from all over the world. The museum is housed in a converted warehouse, and features both permanent and rotating exhibits of graffiti art. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 11am to 5pm, and admission is free.

3.31 miles away

Downtown Houston Tunnel System

The Downtown Houston Tunnel System is a network of underground tunnels that connect many of the city's key business and government districts. The tunnels were constructed in the late 1950s and early 1960s as part of a massive downtown redevelopment project. Today, the system is still considered one of the city's most important infrastructure assets.

The tunnels run beneath several major streets and highways in central Houston, including Main Street, Congress Avenue, Texas Avenue, and Lamar Street. They are also connected to several underground parking garages and commercial areas. The tunnel system makes it easy for drivers to get around downtown without having to go through busy traffic lanes.

4.05 miles away

The Health Museum

The Health Museum Houston is a must-see for anyone interested in health and fitness. The museum has exhibits on everything from exercise and nutrition to mental health and medical history. There are also displays on the history of medicine and health care, as well as interactive exhibits that let you try out different health tips yourself. The museum is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and admission is free.

4.23 miles away

Holocaust Museum Houston

The Holocaust Museum Houston is located in the Houston Museum District and features permanent and temporary exhibitions on genocide and the Holocaust. The museum also has a library and archives.

The museum was founded in 1996 and has since grown to become one of the largest Holocaust museums in the United States, with more than two million visitors annually. The permanent exhibition includes displays on the history of the Holocaust, genocide, resistance, remembrance, education, art, and remembrance. The museum's topical galleries explore issues such as genocide prevention, hate crimes, anti-Semitism, and the role of museums in society.

The museum also offers educational programs for both schoolchildren and adults. The museum's archives contain more than 200 thousand documents from Nazi Germany, including original photographs, film footage, deportation lists, concentration camp records, and survivor testimonies.

4.24 miles away

McGovern Centennial Gardens

The McGovern Centennial Gardens Houston are a tribute to the late U.S. Senator George McGovern and his lasting legacy. The gardens, located in the Montrose neighborhood of Houston, Texas, were created in 1984 as part of the city's celebration of the 50th anniversary of McGovern's election to the U.S. Senate. The gardens encompass more than 18 acres of landscaped gardens and lawns, a children's playground, an amphitheater, and a museum dedicated to Senator McGovern and American politics.

4.25 miles away

Bagby Park

Houston's Bagby Park is a picturesque spot in Houston's Montrose neighborhood. The 3.5 acre park features a playground, vintage carousel, and a lake that can be used for swimming or boating. The park is also home to Houston's only zoo, the Houston Zoo & Aquarium.

4.34 miles away

Hermann Park

Hermann Park Houston is a beautiful and sprawling urban oasis located in the heart of Houston. Filled with gardens, fountains, lakes, trails, and a zoo, Hermann Park is an excellent place to spend a day or weekend. The park is also home to the Houston Symphony Orchestra, which performs concerts throughout the year.

4.46 miles away

Houston Zoo

Houston Zoo is a zoological park in Houston, Texas. Opened in 1922 it is the oldest zoo in the city. The zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). The Houston Zoo participates in the Species Survival Plan (SSP), a cooperative program between AZA and participating institutions that aim to maintain the genetic diversity of endangered and threatened species.

4.48 miles away

Downtown Aquarium

Located in the heart of downtown Houston, the Downtown Aquarium offers a wide variety of exhibits, including an interactive shark tank, a marine life gallery, and a variety of habitats. The aquarium also features an active touch pool with sharks and rays, as well as a large outdoor area with a waterfall and an outdoor coral reef. The aquarium is open Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm.

4.50 miles away

Buffalo Bayou Park

Buffalo Bayou Park Houston is a vast, natural area that spans over 160 acres and includes several hiking trails, a lake, and a zoo. The park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including alligators, deer, and coyotes. The park also features a playground, a basketball court, and a baseball diamond. Buffalo Bayou Park is open daily from 7 am to 10 pm.

5.81 miles away

The Houston Inn and Suites is an excellent, budget-friendly accommodation that provides easy access to the city's most sought after attractions; book this Houston hotel today!


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