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Annunciation Catholic Church Astrodome
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Bayou Bend Collection & Gardens Children's Museum of Houston
George Ranch Historical Park Greater Houston Convention & Visitors Bureau
Houston Astros Houston Fire Museum
Houston Museum of Natural Science Houston Oilers
Houston Rockets Houston Zoological Garden
Museum of Fine Arts National Museum of Funeral History
San Jacinto Monument Space Center Houston
USS Texas

Houston Museum of Natural Science

One Hermann Circle Drive
Houston, TX 77030-1799
Phone: (713) 639-IMAX (4629)

See the Cockrell Butterfly Center - the tallest butterfly environment in existence. See thousands of butterflies and tropical plants inside the light filled Butterfly center.


San Jacinto Monument and Museum

570 foot obelisk indicates the spot where Texas won its independence from Mexico in 1836. The San Jacinto Museum of History is located in the base of the monument. It tells the story of the battle and has over 400 years of history represented.
Phone: 281-479-2421


Houston Texans

The Houston Texans - NFL Professional football


Houston Astros

The Astros - Professional Baseball


Houston Rockets

The Houston Rockets - NBA Professional Basketball


George Ranch Historical Park

Costumed guides verbalize a history of the Houston area between 1824-1939 at the 740 acre living history museum, a real cowboy working ranch!



The world's first domed stadium! Though built in 1965, the sight of the "dome" is still viewed as an engineering and architectural feat.


Bayou Bend Collection & Gardens

This collection includes the Southwest's finest American decorative arts collection. The grounds also cover 14 acres of beautiful gardens


Annunciation Catholic Church

This church, built in 1871, is the oldest church building in Houston.

1618 Texas St
Houston, TX 77003
Phone: (713) 222-2289


Museum of Fine Arts
P.O. box 6826
Houston, Texas 77265
Information line: 713-639-7300

The first municipal art museum in Houston. There are over 27,000 works in the collection which cover all cultures of the world.


Children's Museum of Houston

1500 Binz
Houston, Texas 77004
Phone: 713-522-1138

A hands-on museum for children.


Houston Zoo

Lions & Tigers & Bears!! All at this heavily visited zoo.
6200 Hermann Park Drive
Houston, Texas 77030

Phone: 713-533-6500


Space Center Houston

The official Visitors Center of NASA's Johnson Space Center. Visitors of all ages may explore all eras of space travel, land a shuttle, or even touch a moon rock. Actual spacecraft, spacesuits and other artifacts are permanent with other exhibits throughout the year.
1601 NASA Road 1
Houston, Texas 77058
Phone: 281-244-2100


Houston Fire Museum

This museum traces the history of fire service here. The museum and exhibits are housed in a Victorian Romanesque fire station built in 1899.
2403 Milam Street
Houston, TX 77006
Phone: 713-524-2526


USS Texas

Guests may explore this vessel, built in 1914 and used in both World War I and II. It is the world's last dreadnought.
The Battleship Texas State Historic Site

Wikipedia page for this ship


Greater Houston Convention & Visitors Bureau

4 Houston Center
1331 Lamar St., Suite 700
Houston, TX
Phone: 800 4-HOUSTON or 713-437-5200
To find out all about Houston - the "Real Texas"- Call us!


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Houston Attractions with many links and much information for the entire Houston metropolitan area.


National Museum of Funeral History

415 Barren Springs Dr.
Houston, Texas 77090
Phone: 281-876-3063

Experience unique national treasures and the country's largest display of funeral service memorabilia in the 20,000 square foot museum.


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