Houston, Texas, is home to many attractions that people from around the world flock to. Whether you have a day or two to spend there, or a week or two, you’ll want to visit a few attractions. Below are three attractions you must visit when you are in Houston.
The Museum District
One of the best things to do in Houston is the Museum District, which is an area that is home to 19 museums. As for prices, 11 of the museums are completely free to people, while the others are quite affordable. The majority of the museums are not located too far from one another, so you can easily walk from one museum to another museum. There are a few that are located a bit farther, but if you don’t mind walking, then go ahead and walk to all of them.
The Houston Zoo sits on more than 50 acres and it’s one of the most popular attractions. Visitors and locals alike come here day after day. It is the place you want to go when you want to view and learn about exotic and indigenous animals. In fact, there’s more than 5,000 animals and there’s an education center on-site.
While at the zoo, you’ll love having the chance to see and feed the giraffes. You’ll also get to watch sea lions swimming about, as well as otters. Trust us when we say the Houston Zoo is worth the trip from anywhere.
Buffalo Bayou Park
This park sits on 160 acres and there is so much to do here, including biking trails. There’s also a good sized dog park and there is no shortage of areas to sit back, relax and take in the surrounding scenery. You can rent a kayak or canoe and take it out on the water too. These are only a few of the many things you can do at Buffalo Bayou Park, so make sure you head over to it when you’re in Houston.
Whether it’s a park you want to visit and spend a day at or you want to walk among animals and learn about them, you can rest assure you can do it in Houston. Maybe going to an array of museums is more your cup of tea. If so, Houston has that too. With that said, head to Houston as soon as possible and pay a visit to the above three attractions.