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Vom Sightseeing bis hin zu versteckten Juwelen: Finde mit der Hilfe von erfahrenen Einheimischen heraus, was die Stadt einzigartig macht.
“You'll get lost in the largest mall in Texas. Be sure to bring your ice skates (or just rent a pair) and flaunt that triple axle.”
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“Always an amazing exhibit present and permanent collections are impressive. ”
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“Nestled among Live Oaks in the heart of Downtown, the eco-friendly Discovery Green park has redefined the city’s urban landscape; and together with the revamped Avenida Houston, it has become a bonafide entertainment district. Escape the sun by strolling down the tree-shaded Brown Foundation Promenade, where you’ll also find seasonal art and annual winter light installations. On Jones Lawn, you’ll find a lineup of festivals, concerts and performances, and charity events. Discovery Green signature Kinder Lake covers over an acre of the park, offering activities like kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, remote-controlled sailboats, and ice-skating, depending on the season. And look out for other special events, including the ICE at Discovery Green outdoor skating park, Flea by Night pop-up flea markets, and community activities like yoga, workshops, movie screenings and more. Nearby, Avenida Houston offers a roster of bars and restaurants, events and concerts, and some pretty cool art, including Soaring in the Clouds, a 67-foot mobile of bird and cloud forms made of perforated stainless steel from artist Ed Wilson.”
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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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“We have an amazing zoo here in Houston and if you are coming with family I recommend checking it out. There is also a little place to rent paddle boats for pretty cheap right outside the zoo. ”
  • 127 Einheimischen empfohlen
Football Stadium
“NRG is where the Texans play. There are tons of concerts and events year-round. The venue is also where the rodeo is held every year. You can walk a few blocks down and catch the train over to NRG or take an $8-10 Uber ride. ”
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“The Ferris Wheel is a major bonus offering you fantastic views of Downtown Houston...in addition to all the cool Aquatic Life to explore! Only a 14 minute walk from the property! ”
  • 83 Einheimischen empfohlen
Baseball Stadium
“Personally, I love sitting on the third base line. But in Minutemaid there really isn't a bad seat.”
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“The Menil is my first recommendation when visitors ask what they should see in Houston. You never know what amazing artist will be on display. The collection has some of the finest pieces from artists of every style. My favorite room is the often creepy, Witness to a Surrealist Vision. It is wonderfully strange. Oh, another great thing about the Menil, it is always free. ”
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“Located at the southern end of the Museum District, Hermann Park is one of Houston’s most picturesque and iconic treasures. In addition to housing landmarks like the dazzling Mecom Fountain and Sam Houston Monument, the 445-acre park offers plenty of fun and relaxing ways to spend the day. Hit the tree-lined McGovern Centennial Gardens and you’ll find 8 acres of serenity, with a spacious central lawn, gorgeous Rose Garden, interactive Family Garden, and a sculpture promenade (walk around Hermann Park’s entirety and you’ll discover even more art in the park). Those looking to get zen can wander the stone paths of the Japanese Garden, a hideaway complete with cascading waterfalls and bridges, Japanese maples, cherry trees, crepe myrtles and more. Both gardens are free to the public and open daily. Runners and walkers can check out the Marvin Taylor Trail, a picturesque two-mile path that offers the shade of historic live oaks, or the easy-on-the-eyes Mary Gibbs and Jesse H. Jones Reflection Pool; and those looking for a longer stroll can explore the scenic Bayou Parkland, an 80-acre oasis for native plants and wildlife nestled along Brays Bayou. Parents of your kids will want to book a round trip for their families on the miniature Hermann Park Railroad, while all ages will enjoy renting a pedal boat on McGovern Lake.”
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Basketball Stadium
“See the Houston Rockets play at the Toyota Center. It is walking distance from the Art Odae. There are also concerts year around held here.”
  • 93 Einheimischen empfohlen
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“Just 20 miles from Downtown on Galveston Bay, Kemah is a breezy escape from the city. And its most popular attraction is Kemah Boardwalk, offering a taste of the charming boardwalks of the East Coast. Open daily, it boasts amusement park rides, Gulf Coast eats, live tunes, charming shops, and funky festivals. Take a ride on the Ferris wheel, swing high above the ground on the Aviator, test your fearlessness on the 140-foot Drop Zone or Boardwalk Bullet, and experience the water with a ride on the Boardwalk Beast, a thrilling 25-minute boat ride through Galveston Bay (just don’t expect it to be dry). Or head straight to Galveston’s Historic Pleasure Pier, where you’ll find family-friendly fun on rides like the Iron Shark Rollercoaster, sky-high Texas Star Flyer, and swinging Gulf Glider, plus a 5D theater ride, games from ring toss to hoops, and classic boardwalk eats like fried shrimp, burgers, pizza, cotton candy, and ice cream.”
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“Stretching from Shepherd to Sabine, Buffalo Bayou Park offers 160 acres of picturesque scenery and skyline views. Visit the urban green space and you’ll discover hike and bike trails winding along the bayou; thought-provoking art installations hidden throughout; performance and outdoor activity spaces including Eleanor Tinsley Park, the Johnny Steele Dog Park and the Lee and Joe Jamail Skatepark; and a gorgeous, chandelier-lit kitchen and bar, The Dunlavy, where you can nosh on cheese boards, sandwiches and salads, breakfast plates, coffee, and wine. Look out for a lineup of fun events taking place at the park, from the annual Freedom over Texas fireworks on Independence Day to music, food, and beer festivals.”
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“Wide range of shops and eateries. Good one a nice day as everything is outside.”
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Geschäft für Dies & Das
“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
“"Space Center Houston is a leading science and space learning center, the official visitor center of NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston and a Smithsonian Affiliate museum." It is a great place to visit for everyone, while it is a museum with lots of information to read. They also have a great tour to see historic spaces, as well as some rockets, and the space shuttle. Even for non tech interested people its a great way to spend some hours.”
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“The Ferris Wheel is a major bonus offering you fantastic views of Downtown Houston...in addition to all the cool Aquatic Life to explore! Only a 14 minute walk from the property! ”
  • 83 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Wide range of shops and eateries. Good one a nice day as everything is outside.”
  • 121 Einheimischen empfohlen
“The best breakfast in Houston, located in midtown, says, everybody. I agree! The wings and waffle...baby, please!! #SaRitaDean ”
  • 123 Einheimischen empfohlen
“The best beer and cocktails, plus the BEST pizza! Uber over for $5-7. Super close to the Art Odae. ”
  • 98 Einheimischen empfohlen
Mexikanisches Restaurant
“Ninfa's is a Houston favorite and we are within walking distance to the original location on Navigation! Their fajitas are a must! ”
  • 90 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Rustic-chic cafe & bakery with acclaimed chefs creating sweet pastries & seasonal savory dishes.”
  • 92 Einheimischen empfohlen
Japanisches Restaurant
“You cannot beat this restaurant. Their brussel sprouts are a must, and everything on the menu is exquisite. 5pm happy hour has lines waiting for the door to open.”
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“Sound quality is great. It's also easy to navigate through crowds to the merchandise, restrooms, bars, and food area. Usually shows are well staffed and lines for concessions move quickly. I know that cash is always appreciated and helps speed things along!”
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