Houston

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Montrose
8 reviews
In a city whose pleasures and treasures are not always evident, the internationally renowned Menil Collection is perhaps the ultimate hidden jewel. — Travel + Leisure
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Museum District
8 reviews
More than 65,000 works of art from ancient times to today are on display — Where
8
The Museum District
7 reviews
Housed in an aluminum-sheathed trapezoid, this non-collecting institution hosts traveling avant-garde art shows. — Fodor's
8
The Museum District
6 reviews
Hands-on exhibits in the Technikids Gallery show everyday applications of science through experimentation. — Michelin Guide
8
West Side/Memorial Park
5 reviews
This spectacular collection showcases 17-19C American decorative arts. — Michelin Guide
8
Museum District
6 reviews
The Houston Zoo is a 55-acre zoological park that is located within Houston's Hermann Park, close to the Museum District, making it great for a day of family fun — Afar Magazine
8
The Museum District
6 reviews
This memorial and education center to those who died and survived the "Final Solution" is housed in a stark, cylindrical edifice. — Fodor's
8
Montrose
7 reviews
Open 365 days a year at no charge, the Chapel has tackled many crucial social issues with a particular emphasis on human rights. — Travel + Leisure
8
5 reviews
Space Center Houston is the official visitor center of NASA’s Johnson Space Center, which has served as a hub for astronaut training and shuttle programs long before the first man walked on the moon — Where
8
The Museum District
4 reviews
[Houston] boasts this family friendly, health-focused museum that illuminates the inner workings of the human body. — Frommer's
8
Museum District
6 reviews
There's plenty to see and do on this 545-acre oak-shaded urban oasis. — Fodor's
8
Afton Oaks/ River Oaks
3 reviews
Part of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, this house museum for European decorative arts is situated on four acres of wooded gardens in Houston’s historic River Oaks neighborhood — Where
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Downtown/Theater District
3 reviews
A couple of blocks from Houston's visitor center is this park, which serves as a repository for eight of Houston's oldest houses and buildings, moved here from their original locations. — Frommer's
7
Museum District
5 reviews
Massive home to dinosaurs, gems and more — Condé Nast Traveler
7
5 reviews
The museum has a deep and eclectic collection of funeral related exhibits including historical hearses, presidential funeral items and strangely interesting caskets from around the world. — On the Grid
7
4 reviews
In a nondescript, somewhat down-on-its-heels neighborhood, you'll find this extraordinary display of outsider art, the work of a single man, a Houston postal worker named Jeff McKissack. — Frommer's
7
Washington Ave./ Memorial Park
4 reviews
One of the most beloved Houston celebrations is its annual Art Car Parade, which takes places in downtown Houston every spring and showcases cars decorated in every material imaginable — Afar Magazine
7
The Museum District
3 reviews
Nineteen museums, including the Children’s Museum of Houston and The Menil Collection, are located within a 1.5-mile radius in downtown Houston. — Where
7
4 reviews
It's a family-oriented destination where you can catch a Gulf breeze, eat seafood, shop, or just watch the ships sail by. — Fodor's
7
Downtown
5 reviews
This 12-acre public park is a haven for Houston residents and tourists alike — Where
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