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If you come to Houston for treatment, this does not mean that you will spend your entire stay in medical institutions. We offer you the opportunity to combine business with pleasure: improve your health while enjoying with the amazing sights of Texas.
Explore space from Earth! The Johnson Space Center boasts a complex of more than 100 buildings, including a flight control center, an astronaut training base, and a manned spacecraft development bureau. Tour where actual astronauts train and conduct research.
As the second largest zoo in the US, the Houston Zoo hosts more than 2.5 million visitors every year. The zoo contains about 900 species of animals, some of which are quite rare. Next door to Hermann Park, visitors can enjoy a day of relaxation with the animals in peaceful surroundings. At the end of your visit, take a ride on a train through Hermann Park.
Come to rest and enjoy games on water! Stay at cozy hotels that look like castles. Tee off at the golf course. Make precious memories while enjoying the incredible water attractions.
An expansive public aquarium and restaurant, the Downtown Aquarium has 200 species of aquatic animals in 1,900,000 liters of water. Feed and touch real stingrays at Stingray Reef. The aquarium is divided into five main thematic areas: the Louisiana Marsh (animals from the swamp and from the Gulf Coast: alligators, turtles, salamanders, catfish, and frogs); Shipwreck (inside the sunken hull of the Spanish galleon you can see coral reefs, giant Pacific octopus, moray eels, anemones, and sea stars); Rainy Forest (inhabitants of tropical forests and rivers: piranhas, freshwater rays, emerald wood boas, and skinks); Sunken Temple (here you can see a mesh python, an electric eel, a fish-hedgehog and many other animals and birds); and the Gulf of Mexico (marine inhabitants).
The largest art museum in Texas, come discover timeless European and American treasures originating from the 15th to 20th centuries. See original paintings by Rogier van der Weyden, Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Tintoretto, Rembrandt, Canaletto, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Edouard Manet and many other great painters.
Drop in to see a show while in Houston. Enjoy seeing dramas, comedies, tragedies, and more amongst modern acoustics, lighting, and space scene organization.
With its unique acoustical design, this concert hall is a must-visit. The Jones Hall building was built more than 50 years ago and features an innovative and award-winning design: the ceiling of the inner part of the concert hall consists of 800 segments which can be raised or lowered to change the acoustics of the hall.
Performing arts connoisseurs can enjoy opera, ballet, and classical music performances at the Wortham Theater Center. Along with the classical performances, one can also enjoy modern and avant-garde dance performances.
Stunning in its imaginative offerings and size, this water park will become a favorite place for the whole family. Area offerings also include a hotel, rest areas (great for picnics!), and more.
One of the most popular places for outdoor activities in Houston, Sam Houston Race Park hosts the largest car and horse racing competitions. The park offers comfortable hotels, bars, and restaurants.
Come see a battleground of from Texas’ war for independence from Mexico. Standing on top of the park monument, enjoy a panoramic view of the city, as well as another exhibit of the historic park - a warship.
Come see a traditional American fair! Choose a festival and enjoy the attractions, games, shopping, live entertainment, and fantastic restaurants all on the waterfront.
As the annual arts festival in Houston (traditionally held in spring and autumn), visitors can view arts and crafts exhibits and visit master classes for varying specialties.
Texas boasts about 20 golf courses, where newcomers and experienced players can practice and play to their hearts’ content on beautifully designed and maintained courses.
Visitors to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo watch competitions between the most outstanding sportsmen, meet cowboys and rodeo superstars, and learn about agricultural life. Kids especially enjoy the petting zoo. Enjoy nightly concerts from some of the biggest names in the music business.
One of the most amazing fountains on earth, more than 350 thousand liters of water circulate in a semicircular fountain 20 meters high. The structure is built in the shape of an arch.
Occupying almost 65 hectares, Buffalo Bayou Park is one of the largest walking green areas in the USA. The park has received more than 70 awards, including its inclusion as one of the Great Places of America in 2012.
Discovery Green Park is ideal for such pastimes as Frisbee, picnics, jogging, walking, spending time with family and pets, and more. Since its opening in April 2008, Discovery Green has attracted more than 1.2 million people annually. Most visitors come to participate in free events - today there are more than 600 of them, including concerts, fitness classes, and movie viewing.
An educational and entertainment center where children learn how different phenomena are arranged and how the laws of physics, chemistry and other sciences operate. This is a place for creativity, research and discovery.
The Health Museum helps people understand how the human body works, what a genome is, how many shades of human skin actually exist, how scientists make their discoveries, and more.
In 1914, George Hermann donated 180 hectares of land to the City of Houston. Over time, this generous gift has become one of the most beloved parks in Texas. Located in close proximity to the Texas Medical Center, there is a garden center, a museum, a zoo, an open-air theater, musical fountains, and even a Chinese pagoda.
Moody Gardens is huge park with three pyramids: the Aquarium Pyramid, the Pyramid of the Rainforest, and the Pyramid of Discovery. You can visit the rainforest, find yourself on the ocean floor, and see the latest achievements of science - all in just one day! It also includes a golf course, a paddleboat tour, a water park, and a hotel.
Try the most popular and unique desserts; buy candy and chocolate handmade figures; taste every one of more than 20 varieties of ice cream; drink a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate; or try unique drinks that you will not find anywhere else in the world! Traveling to Texas can be not only useful but also amazingly tasty!
Armand Bayou Nature Center works to preserve the fields, prairies, forests and swamps surrounding Armand Bayou. Forever remember an unforgettable experience including a 19th century Texas farm and a boat trip via pontoon boat or canoe.
The Lee and Joe Jamail Skate park is a world class institution which attracts fans from around the world. One of the "cradles" is considered to be the largest in the US - and this is not the only impressive area for skating in the 3,700m park! Entrance to the park is free. Please note that there are a number of restrictions in place to protect the safety of the skaters and visitors.
The view makes a very strong impression, but this is not surprising because this park is considered to be, if not the most, then one of the largest in North America! Try the “snake path”, a 20m “bowl” formed in the shape of Texas.
Cars have become art objects. The concept of the Museum of Automobile Art originated in 1984 and goes back to the show Collision. The place is unique not only in its design: some works can only be seen here due to technical reasons at other cultural institutions.