Holidays To Houston

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The largest city in Texas, Houston has a wide variety of activities that take place all year round as well as multiple attractions to see. This multicultural and diverse city has something to offer everyone who visits. View eclectic art at dedicated districts for both museums and galleries which are a great way to educate and inspire whether you are travelling alone or with a family, shop at its multiple department stores and visit its world class restaurants for a delicious meal. Houston is also home to the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, a visit here will give you a glimpse of what it is like to go out into space. The city of Houston is also where you will find a Holocaust Museum that educates about the dangers of hatred and prejudice in society. Enjoy a night of performing arts as Houston is one of the few American cities that has institutions in all four major art disciplines, the Houston Grand Opera, Houston Ballet, Houston Symphony Orchestra and the Alley Theatre Company. If you are looking for something more towards fun why not enjoy a day at the Splash Town Water Park. Travel Center offers all-inclusive holiday packages to Houston at the most affordable costs to make your trip there that much more memorable.

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -6:00 hours

Airlines Flying

United Airlines, British Airways, American Airlines, Delta, KLM

Languages

English

Best Time to Travel

January to April

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Bus, Car, Railway, Trams

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.47 USD

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Bayou Place

This entertainment megaplex takes up an area of 130,000 square feet and includes theatres, bars, lounges and restaurants one of which is the legendary Hard Rock Café. Here is also where you will find Houston’s largest rock and roll nightclub ROCBAR. Bayou Place was opened in 1997 and is located in downtown Houston.

Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center

Located in Southeast Houston this is the home of the NASA astronaut corps. It has 100 facilities and stretches across 1,620 acres of land. One of the activities available for tourists here at the Space Center Houston is the simulation of a zero gravity environment at the Living in Space exhibit. It was opened in 1992 and has over 1 million visitors annually.

Museum District

The Museum District of Houston hosts multiple museums along a 1.5 mile stretch in Herman Park. Some of the museums here include the Museum of Fine Arts, John P. Mcgovern Health Museum that also has Houston’s first and only 4D theatre, Holocaust Museum, Houston Center for Photography and Lawndale Art Center. It promises an experience of some of the most unique exhibits.

Splashtown

This fun family waterpark has multiple water slides, wild wave pool and a lazy river. Children will enjoy a visit to Crocodile Isle that includes a pirate ship with slides that are safe for children. It is located in North Houston. The crowd favorite rides include The Brain Drain and The Tornado.

Old Town Spring

This community of shops, restaurants and museums have been specially designed to resemble what America may have looked like in the early 1900’s. Most of the buildings are designed according to the Victorian Style. If you want to spend a day or two here there are also two hotels and a RV resort.

San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site

A special place for many Texans, this is where Texas fought the Mexicans and won its independence a little over 180 years ago. The site includes a museum, the screening of a movie about the battle, an observation deck and one of the era’s first steel plated ships from 1912, the USS Texas. The park is located 22 miles east of downtown Houston and you can get there by the small car ferry.

Orange Show Monument

This is the house of Jeff McKissack, a postal worker who molded it into a tribute to his favorite fruit the orange. The house consists of giant steel oranges and plastic flower art on a 300 square foot area and is open for tours. His vision for the house is illustrated in a series of posters. The construction of the house went on from 1956 until it was completed in 1979.

Allen’s Landing Park

This park has been named after the founders of Houston, brothers John Kirby Allen and Augustus Chapman Allen who claimed Houston in August of 1836 and is where its settlement began on Buffalo Bayou. The original park has now been modernized with concrete paths and grassy lawns. There is also an entry plaza and hiking and biking trails.

Rothko Chapel

This none denominational chapel was founded by John and Dominique de Menil and features 14 black color hued paintings by Mark Rothko after whom the chapel is named after. The chapel itself is considered to be a major work of art. The building is in the shape of an octagon and inscribed with a Greek cross.

Beer Can House

Over 50,000 aluminum cans were used to create the edging of this house and as wind chimes. Tours of the house are available with or without a guide and includes a video of the house in use. It was built by John Milkovisch in the early 1970’s. The house is a well known entity in Houston’s Memorial Park area.