The fourth largest U.S. city, home to Space Center Houston, the
official visitors center for NASA Johnson Space Center and an amazing 19-Museum
District, is also one of the most culturally diverse cities in the nation. The
diversity of Houston is reflected not only in its culture-filled neighborhoods
and international cuisine but in the artistic expressions available in all its
forms and expressions, from street murals to art galleries and public art, to
award-winning performing arts groups in the Theater District. Recent
developments include luxury hotels, chef-driven restaurant concepts and a
vibrant and dynamic night life.
around Avenida Houston and Discovery Green has transformed downtown into an
inviting place for dining and entertainment. Abundant green space including
several parks located minutes from downtown, and more than 165 golf courses in
the metro area, along with a mild climate, make Houston a prime destination to
visit any time of the year.
year in March, be part of the Houston Livestock Show and RodeoTM,
the world’s largest rodeo, which kicks off with three days of cooking,
competition, eating and dancing during the World’s
Championship Bar-B-Que Contest.
your experience in Houston, whether enjoying the booming cultural and
performing arts, a shopping and dining outing, or an unforgettable family vacation;
and save almost 50 percent on admission to the city’s five must-see attractions
by using the Houston CityPASS.
learn more about Houston: VisitHouston.com