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Best things to do in Houston

“In Uptown Houston, The Galleria is a wonderland for shoppers with discriminating taste and a budget to go with it. This is the fourth largest mall in the U.S. and an icon in the Houston retail scene, boasting some 375 stores and restaurants, an ice rink, two hotels and three oice towers. Photo: MJTH/Shutterstock.com Address: 5085 Westheimer Road - Houston, TX Opening hours: Mon - Sat 10h - 21h, Sun 11h - 19h Phone: +1 713 966 3500 Internet: www.simon.com/mall/the-galleria Email: chlane@simon.com”
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“This park is in Downtown Houston. You can go cannoning on the small lake that is around it. In the winter time there is an outdoor ice-rink. Be sure to look up to see if any events are going on cause theres usually something taking place.”
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“A Museum-district staple. In true Texas-style, it’s one of the largest museums in the US. The permanent collection spans over 6,000 years of history with 64,000 works of art. The Life of Vincent Van Gogh exhibit is open until the end of June – it’s fabulous! Check their website for fun events, like Mixed Media, which kicks off the opening of new exhibits with an evening cocktail celebration and early access to the exhibition. ”
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“Experience a boardwalk with games, rides, restaurants and stunning water views!”
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“This is one of the few places you can see White Tigers in the US. Yes it is an aquarium with an amazing collection of fish, but they also have rides and games and play areas for the kids to play in the water. ”
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Football Stadium
“The NRG Astrodome, also known as the Houston Astrodome or simply the Astrodome, is the world's first multi-purpose, domed sports stadium, located in Houston, Texas”
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“My favorite museum in Houston! It opened in 1987 to preserve and exhibit the collection of John and Dominique de Menil. Considered one of the most important privately assembled connections on the twentieth century, The Menil Collection is home to 17,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, and rare books. The museum also regularly offers special exhibitions and programs. And, admission is always free.”
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“This street alone has many bars, lounges, and eateries. Best time to go is around 6pm-2am on week nights.”
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Science Museum
“This museum has it all – a dinosaur hall, planetarium, IMAX theater, and butterfly exhibit. I’ve always enjoyed the gemstone collection. Parking can be a nightmare since the zoo is close-by. I’d Uber there instead.”
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Light Rail Station
“In the Museum District of Houston you will find 19 different museums. Some of my favorites The Children Museum, Contemporary Arts Museum, The Holocaust Museum, and the Museum of Natural Science. ”
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“Its the Houston Zoo. Its worth the price of ticket. My favorite is the tall Wolf and the anteater exhibit. They co-exist together. My 2nd favorite is the Red Panda. ”
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“Close to the museums and zoos, Hermann Park is great for out-of-towners. With the McGovern Centennial Gardens and Japanese Garden, you’ll have plenty of things to see. If you’re visiting with children, there’s a railroad (a staple of my childhood) that goes around the park as well as pedal boats for the lake. ”
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Baseball Stadium
“We love the Astros! Come see them play at our world class Minute Maid park.”
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“Always great to go for a walk/run around here, with killer views of the city. Many stops around the loop like the skatepark, the Waugh bridge bat colony, johnny steele dog park, and some trails to hike through. ”
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“One of Houston’s most beloved cultural treasures, offering an eight-month season of professional, artistically-excellent and culturally diverse entertainment completely FREE of charge. Covered seating requires tickets; however, I (and many others) opt for the a picnic blanket and bottle of vino on the hill. Get there early; it gets crowded!”
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“This come-as-you-are hot spot oers unlikely combinations like catsh with grits, chicken wings and waes as well as more traditional breakfast favorites from around the country. Photo: Oleksandra Naumenko/Shutterstock.com Address: 3711 Travis Street - Houston, TX Opening hours: Mon - Thu 7h - 14h, Fri 7h - 14h, 22h - 3h, Sat 8h - 14h, 22h - 3h, Sun 8h - 14h Phone: +1 713 528 8561 Internet: www.thebreakfastklub.com Email: info@thebreakfastklub.com”
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