1. Museum of Natural Science
The Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS) was established in 1909 and is now one of the famous in North America. It has a staggering collection of several antiques and classical items including mineral specimens, space station models, Quetzalcoatl’s and 60 large skeleton mounts.
2. Space Center Houston
Another interesting thing to do is to take a tour to the Space Center Houston. It is the official visitor center of NASA’s Johnson Space Center and this place has interesting facilities to see. Time spent here is a one-of-a-kind experience as you can even get to meet an astronaut alongside seeing their ISS Mission Control, Buoyancy Lab, Simulation Lab and lots more.
3. Buffalo Bayou Park
The Buffalo Bayou Park is a center of attraction covering a 160-acre of land in the city. It is considered a top natural precious center and features walking and biking trails, dog parks and numerous shady places to take a break. It is a home to a huge park of Mexican free-tailed bats with the slow moving waters at its heart.
4 Minute Maid Park
This is a magnificent stadium that offers beyond ordinary. It is air-conditioned and it is Houston’s first retractable-roofed stadium with a natural grass pitch. It houses 40,000 seats and offers a wide range of selections including ballpark classics, healthy side bars, and Astros Melt.
5. Children’s Museum
It was founded in 1980 by a group of parents passionate about raising early childhood development within the community. The museum exhibitions cut across subjects such as science, history and culture, technology, and lots more. This will be a plus for all kids as the museum features The Market, which is a place for kids to catch fun.
6. Discovery Green
Ever thought of a very much spirited community? Discovery green is one of such and it offers free yoga classes, toddler story times, regular concerts and movie nights. It provides an open air reading rooms, free WiFi, playground, and a place to borrow games and balls when you feel like letting off some steam.
7. Downtown Aquarium
The 500,000 gallon Downtown Aquarium is a mix of both an attraction center and a restaurant. It houses several interesting components such as Ferris Wheel, aquatic carousel, white tiger exhibit. Frog Hopper and more. It offers a spectacular wall to wall aquarium view. It is a splendid place for sightseeing as well as a place to have a dig of interesting food list.
8. Fast Track Amusements
This is a perfect place to show off your great skills, let off steam, and catch some all-round fun. The park is furnished with arcade games, miniature golf, laser tag and Formula 1 replica of go karts. You can also get to enjoy real time games including Godzilla Wars JR, Wacky Gator Super Speedway, Mortal Combat and more. It is a great place for the family to go and get active.
9. The Galleria
The Galleria was modelled after Milan’s stunning Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. It houses over 400 top selling stores, restaurant and food outlets, beauty salons, etc. The Galleria ranks first on the list of the largest malls in Texas.
10. Hines Water-wall Park
The Gerald D. Hines Water-wall Park features a 64 ft semicircular fountain which re-pumps a fixed amount of water per minute which flips up and down the inner and outer wall of the structure. This park is enclosed by 186 oak trees and is a unique point to enjoy games with friends, photoshoots picnic and get together.