Travel Spotlight: Houston, Texas

When you visit Houston, Texas, the entertainment, experiences, and dining options are limitless. However, you do not have to be a tourist to enjoy the art and museum district, the amazing street art, or the active nightlife. If you have not explored Houston like a tourist, then here are a few places to visit to help you see all of the amazing history that envelops the city.

The Johnson Space Center is located in Southeast Houston. You will enjoy the chance to experience the zero-gravity atmosphere, or the once in a lifetime chance of feeling a real space launch through a virtual experience; this experience comes complete with real exhaust.

To truly embrace Houston as a tourist, it is essential to seek out the history of the city. A visit to The Grand 1894 Opera House, George Ranch Historical Park, or Battleship Texas will certainly allow you to see the vast history that has helped the city to continually grow throughout the years.

If you really want to experience Houston at the peak of its culture, then mark your calendars for The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Tourists come from all around just to see the rodeo and the many artists that make this show unforgettable. You will only find this event between February and March and tickets sell out quickly, therefore, it is necessary to plan in advance.

You do not have to spend money to enjoy some of the greatest events Houston has to offer. For example, you can pack a picnic and enjoy an outdoor play at the Miller Outdoor Theatre, or you may prefer to watch the bats fly out from underneath the Waugh Bridge at sunset.

There are also a variety of bars, restaurants, and beer gardens that will let you relax after a long day of exploring like a tourist. After all, you do not have to be from out of town to enjoy all of the activities that tourists are often more familiar with than the locals. All you have to do is look into the tourist attractions that Houston has to offer, and before you know it, you will learn about all of the fascinating history, activities, and one of a kind experiences that Houston, Texas has to offer.

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