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About our area of Houston - Click here

 

Click here for a digital magazine about Houston, TX 


 

Explore Houston Bikeways - Click here for interactive map.

 

Explore Houston

 

Shopping - click here

Shopping Outlets - Click here

 

 

World Wide Fair Trade

713-533-1000

Ten Thousand Villages - click here


A digital gateway through

Texas State History - click here

for more info.

 

 


 

Woodlands Free Concerts
Enjoy tunes by Lake Woodlands at Northshore Park.

Summer concerts are 7-9 p.m.

Click here for calendar.

 


 

 

 

 

Fantas Sea Yacht Charters -281-538-9600

Short Rides - 30 mins or more

 click hereThey also have private tours -

corporate also.

 


 

KIDS STUFF -click here


YMCA has racquetball, tennis, work out equipment, Zumba, Belly Dancing, Lap pool, massage, curve like areas for women (not at all locations), pool areas, indoor pools, kid watch and more! Click here to find one near you!  Click here You will be surprised!

 

 

 


 

Google search of Museum in

Houston, TX

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Churches and more


Houston Live Stock and Rodeo - click here

I want BOOTS - Cavender's  Boot City

1.866.826.4865

 

 

 

 

 

Boating  booklet

Boating - Parks and Recreation

281-931-6471

 

 

 


 

Music and Performing Arts

 

Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Houston

 

Theatre Under The Stars Performances

 

The Texas Music Office - Everything Music 

 

The Bach Society - Texas Choir

 

The Bach Society - Christ the King Luthern

 

Houston Grand Opera - 713-228-OPERA

 

Houston Masterworks Chorus

 

Houston Pops

 

Houston Symphony

 

Houston Symphony - Chorus  

New Site - chorus

 

The Houston Choral Site

 

 

 

Houston Center for Photography

 

 

Live Weekly Music - Armadillo -

713-526-9700

 


Explore Spring, TX

 

Bayer Park - 30 Acre Park with three softball parks in it.

 

Collins Park

 

Meyer Park - Several Soccer fields, running track, two playgrounds for the kids

 

Pundt Park - 380 acre park that will have canoeing and more!

 

The Centrum - Concert Hall

 


Tomball, TX  - click here

 

Katy, TX - click here

 


Cypress, TX - click here

 

Montgomery, TX - click here



 

Call Before you go to make sure the shops are open!   281-353-9310

405 Main Street, Spring, TX  77373

Old Town Spring, TX - I-45 and Spring  Cypress - click here

 

Crawfish Festival - click here - 2012 in Old Town Spring!!! 

 

More on Old Town Spring - click here

 

They have FIVE huge festivals: Frontier Days in Feburary, Spring Fest in March, Crawfish Festival in May, The Long Horn in September and Home for the Holidays in November.

 


Buffalo Soldiers National Museum
This museum aims to educate the public about the contributions of African-American soldiers by chronicling their accomplishments from the Revolutionary War to modern times. Admission is $2.00 per person.Click here for more.

 


  Galveston, TX - Only about an

hour away from downtown.

New: 2012 Pier with Amusement Rides

 

 

The Pleasure Pier - click here!


 

Movers Guide - from the USPS

 

 

Free Magazine about our

area email me with

your complete address.

 


 

 

Houston Schools

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Houston Public

Library - click here

 

 


 

Lillie & Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden
Enjoy a peaceful day among 19th and 20th century sculptures. This acre of art is sure to inspire all who visit. Free (713) 639-7300


Music and Performing Arts

Houston Friends of Music

 

Houston Early Music

 

 

 

Houston Symphony

 

Clear Lake Symphony

 

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

 

Rice University's Department of Art and Art

Rice History webpage

 

Da Camera Performances

 

Cultural Arts Council Weekly Activities

 


 

 

Galveston Island Outdoor Musicals

 

 


Houston International Festival

 

Jazz Education - All about Jazz

 

Society for the Performing Arts



Museum of Fine Arts - Houston

 


 

 

 

 

Houston Museum of Natural Science

 


 

 

Buffalo Bayou
Buffalo Bayou, the 52-mile slow-moving waterway that was the site of Houston's founding in 1836, has become a destination for outdoor recreation near downtown Houston. Click here for more.

 

Your Own Guide - click here


Houston Fire Museum

 

Menil Collection

 


TEXAS EATS!

 

 

click here!


 

Houston Museum of Natural Science
Museum features the Wortham IMAX Theatre, Burke Baker Planetarium, Cockrell Butterfly Center, permanent exhibit halls and traveling exhibitions. The museum is free on Tuesdays 2-6 p.m. Click here for times.


Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Founded in 1900, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston's collection numbers more than 56,000 works and embraces the art of antiquity to the present. Admission is free all day on Thursdays. Click here for more information.


Houston Center for Photography

Is one of only a handful of non-profit spaces around the country that is committed to showing great new photography. Some events are free. Check calendar and events at their website for more details.

 


 

Project Row Houses
Project Row Houses is a nonprofit arts organization, established by African-American artists and community activists to create a positive presence in Houston's Northern Third Ward community.

 FREE!  Click here for website.

 


Ziegen Bock Music Festival

Sam Houston Race Park over 10 Years. 

Click here for more info.

 

 

 


 

 

The Waugh Bridge Bat Colony
About 250,000 of Houston's bats live within the crevices of Waugh Drive Bridge. These Mexican free-tailed bats emerge nightly to stretch their wings and feed on area insects. Visit the City of Houston website for a listing of best viewing locations and bat viewing etiquette. Click here for times.

 


 

The Health Museum
The most visited health museum in the country features three-dimensional anatomy models and interactive exhibits. They have interactive health and science educational experiences to promote an understanding of the human body. This museum is very modern and fun to visit. The museum offers free admission on Thursdays 2-5 p.m.Click here for more information.

 


The Houston Museum District

With more than seven million annual visits, the Houston Museum District is one of the top cultural districts in the country. Eighteen institutions make up the Houston Museum District, and 11 are free all the time. Here is information on just some of these outstanding museums. Click here for more info.

 

 


Click here for Discount tickets

 

Click here for Houston City Pass Website.


 

Groupon - Houston -

click here

 

 

 


 Downtown Houston -

What's going on NOW! click here 

 

 

 


Discount Coupons  around the Houston, TX

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Map of the Theater District


 

Museum District - click here

 

 

 

Taking the METRO Around Town

 

 


Sam Houston Boat Tour
The Port of Houston Authority offers a 90-minute round-trip cruise along the Houston Ship Channel. The tour is free and reservations.  Click here for more.

 


Heritage Society
The outdoor museum has a wooden church and seven historic homes. The 1847 Kellum-Noble house is believed to be the oldest brick house in Houston.The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday. Admission is free. Click here for more information. 

 


 

Pasadena Strawberry Festival

 

 

Electric Short Hop Taxi


 

Downtown FUN - click here fore more.

 

 


What's going on Houston, Govt.

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Hermann Park Stables at Sam Houston


Traders Village


Traders Village is Houston's largest, flea marketplace with more than 100-acres of open-air shopping, festivals and special events every weekend. There are free summer concerts, every weekend.  Click here for their website.

 


 

Want to ride in style? What about a limo? 866-367-5466 - Merlos' Limos & Charters

 

 

 

 


 

 

Largest Liquor Store - SPEC's

(don't drink n drive)

 


 

 

Texas Handbook Click here


 

Rentals Cars:

Dollar Rent a Car - 800-800-4000

Thrifty - 800-847-4389 promo KEYM

Cars may vary.*

Search for more here.


 

 

Calendar of Events by the Greater Houston Convention Authority - click here

 

* Download GHCA app for your iphone!

click here

 


A.D. Players Performances

 

Alley Theatre Performances - 713-228-8421

Alley Theatre Website

 

 

Miller Theatre Performances-713-284-8350 

 

Rice Players

 

University of Houston-School of Theatre

 

The Children's Theatre Festival

 


The Children's Museum
This museum is all new and now twice as big! Rated a 5-star nationwide children's museum by Citysearch.com, voted "Ultimate Kid-Friendly Attraction" in a Houston Chronicle readers poll, and tied for nation's best children's museums No. 1 spot in Child magazine, the Children's Museum is A Playground for Your Mind™. The Museum is packed with 90,000 square feet of innovative, interactive bilingual exhibits for kids, age's birth to 12 years, housed in a whimsical Robert Venturi-designed building. Free Family Nights are offered every Thursday from 5 to 8 p.mClick here for the website.


The Houston Shakespeare Festival City Ballet of Houston

 

Houston Ballet

 

Houston Arts Alliance


Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

 

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion

 

Houston Arboretum & Nature Center

 

 

 

 

Houston Center for Photography

 

Rice Gallery


Society for the Performing Arts -

713-227-4SPA

 


Holocaust Museum
Charged with educating students and the public about the dangers of prejudice and hatred in society, The Holocaust Museum Houston is dedicated to remembering the 6 million Jews and other innocent victims of the Holocaust and honoring the legacy of the survivors. Using the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides, they teach the dangers of hatred, prejudice and apathy. The museum is open 7 days a week and general admission is free. Click here for more.

 


 

The Beer Can House
The Beer Can House consists of more than 50,000 beer cans. It is worth a visit and serves as a unique photo opportunity. Admission is only $1.00 per person. Click here for more.

 


 

 

 

Click here for 

33 interesting things to do in Houston, TX

for under $2.00!