Houston

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Montrose
8 reviews
The Menil Collection — so named because it once belonged to John and Dominique de Menil — is perhaps the most famous museum in Houston, and with good reason. — Afar Magazine
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Museum District
8 reviews
Remarkable for the completeness of its enormous collection, the MFAH is housed in a complicated series of wings and galleries, many designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. — Fodor's
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The Museum District
7 reviews
8
The Museum District
6 reviews
Hands-on exhibits in the Technikids Gallery show everyday applications of science through experimentation. — Michelin Guide
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West Side/Memorial Park
5 reviews
This estate houses the MFAH's decorative arts collections. — Fodor's
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
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The Museum District
6 reviews
This inspiring museum, opened since 1996, is dedicated to the legacy of the Holocaust and offers galleries, exhibitions and learning programs that seek to educate patrons on the dangers of intolerance and prejudice. — Where
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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
Montrose
7 reviews
Adjacent to the lawns surrounding the Menil complex, this moody octagonal sanctuary designed by Philip Johnson houses 14 Mark Rothko paintings. — Fodor's
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The Museum District
4 reviews
8
Museum District
6 reviews
There's plenty to see and do on this 545-acre oak-shaded urban oasis. — Fodor's
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Afton Oaks/ River Oaks
3 reviews
The garden (1.6ha), which extends to the bayou, is a pure delight with, among other plants, large-flowered magnolias. — Michelin Guide
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Downtown/Theater District
3 reviews
The Heritage Society Museum has exhibits on five centuries of history. — Michelin Guide
7
Museum District
5 reviews
You've got to hand it to this Houston museum for expanding the definition of traditional science programming with recent blockbuster shows on jeweler Fulco Verdura. — Fodor's
7
5 reviews
The institution says it has the largest collection of funeral memorabilia and artifacts in the country — Where
7
4 reviews
[I]n the 1990s it was bought by a developer who built the boardwalk, several amusement rides, restaurants, a hotel, and some touristy stores and attractions. The restaurants overlook the water. — Frommer's
7
Washington Ave./ Memorial Park
4 reviews
Visit Houston during the annual Art Car Parade... (if you can), the next best thing is a visit to this funky museum. — Fodor's
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
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4 reviews
This fabulous and immersive folk-art location houses the Art Car Museum, the Beer Can House, Eye-opener Tours, Hands on Art events and many more distinct activities and exhibitions. — Where
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Downtown
5 reviews
The 12-acre greenspace features Wi-Fi access, a lake, a model-boat pond, an amphitheater, and The Grove, serving steaks, seafood, and acclaimed burgers. — Fodor's
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