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Located in Texas, the fourth largest city in the U.S. is known for NASA, its annual rodeo and the massive cluster of hospitals known as the Texas Medical Center. However, Houston has matured into a complete and downright hip vacation destination for the savvy traveler. The city is a diverse metropolis where no ethnicity comprises a majority of the population. This mix of cultures has contributed in making Houston a city of superb cuisine and world-class culture, entertainment and shopping. It is no surprise that Houston is attracting visitors from all over the world.
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Do and see
There's always something to do in Houston. Take a stroll through Houston Heights, spend the day exploring the Museum District, which boasts seventeen museums, including the Menil Collection, Museum of Fine Arts and the Houston Museum of Natural Science. These museums draw a reported seven million visitors to the district each year. Other world-class attractions you should not miss are NASA Johnson Space Center, Hermann Park Conservancy and Galveston Island.
NASA Johnson Space Center
Space Center Houston, the official visitor center for NASA, features interactive exhibits, attractions and presentations to educate and entertain visitors. Learn about the history of space exploration in museum exhibits and short films or touch a moon rock. Take a tram-tour to Mission Control, the Astronaut Training Facility and Rocket Park, where a life-size Saturn V rocket ship is on display.
San Jacinto Monument And Museum Of History
Located in the battlefield where Texas gained its independence from Mexico, the museum, at the base of the San Jacinto Monument, holds one of the largest collections of Texas art, artifacts and history. It was created as a steward of history—to promote friendship between Texas, Mexico, Spain, France and Latin America.
Downtown Aquarium
Visitors can walk through aquarium exhibits and amaze themselves with an unexpected exhibit of white tigers. Outside, the Ferris wheel and other rides make for a fair-like atmosphere. The train takes you around the small complex, stopping in the middle of an acrylic tunnel tank filled with sharks that swim above you. The aquarium contains, all in all, more than 200 species of marine life.
Hermann Park Conservancy
Located in the Museum District, it is home to the Houston Zoo, Miller Outdoor Theatre, Houston Museum of Natural Science and a golf course. Visitors can also enjoy the jogging trail, birding, bicycle trails, and pedal boats on the lake. The urban forest includes wheelchair accessible paths.
Houston Museum Of Natural Science
One of the most heavily attended museums in the US, the museum features an IMAX theatre, planetarium, butterfly center, gems and minerals and energy hall within its permanent exhibits, plus world-class traveling exhibitions.
Downtown Houston
Downtown Houston is fast becoming an excellent urban walking area and people-watching hot spot. Just a quick stop off the Metro Light Rail, indulge in Broadway shows, concerts, live music, exotic fare, a vibrant museum community, professional and university sports, and an international social scene. A series of underground walkways, called “the tunnels”, provides a protected way to tour downtown.
The Kemah Boardwalk
You will find this carnival-like park with plenty of water sports and restaurants along the way just 20 miles from downtown Houston. It is open daily and offers fun for evey age. Here you will also find amusement rides in various forms.
Discovery Green Parks
Hiking and biking trails, as well as walking tours, help locals and visitors stay active while taking in the tranquility of the scenery. Discovery Green Parks includes a lake, restaurants, a children's area and multiple recreational areas. Also hosting events such as concerts and outdoor movies. Other parks such as Hermann, Sam Houston can be found downtown, while Memorial Park is just west of downtown.
Airport - George Bush Houston Intercontinental Airport
The main airport serving the Houston area is a hub for Continental-United Airlines. All major U.S. airlines, plus Air Canada, Air France, British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Qatar Airlines, Emirates, Singapore Airlines and Aeromexico also operate out of IAH. Nonstop service is available to approximately 110 domestic and 70 international destinations. The airport is 20 miles (32 km) from downtown with regular Metro bus service from the south side of Terminal C to downtown via the METRO Airport Direct. Super Shuttle offers collective transportation, and taxis can be hailed outside each terminal through ground transportation employees. Rental cars are available at the Consolidated Rental Car Facility.
Public Transport
Airport Direct services from Bush Intercontinental (IAH) Terminal C to the downtown Airport Direct Passenger Plaza (815 Pierce) has departures every 30 minutes. METRORail connects between downtown Houston and Reliant Park, with stops at the museum district and medical center. METRO bus routes cover the city. You can buy a METRO Q® Fare Card that works like an electronic wallet (you pay for each ride) or METRO Day Pass with unlimited rides on METRO for a day. You can buy these cards from the METRO RideStore, local food stores and kiosks.
Numerous cab companies serve the Houston area: Yellow Cab Company – +1 713 236 1111 www.houstonyellowcab.com Lone Star Cab Company – +1 713 444 4444 www.lonestarcab.com Fiesta Cab Company – +1 713 225 2666 www.taxisfiesta.com United Cab Company – +1 713 699 0000 www.unitedcab.com
US Post Office
There are numerous locations of Walgreen’s, CVS, Wal-Mart, Target and various independent chain store retailers. One Walgreen’s can be found:
Country Code: +1 Area Codes in Houston: 713, 281, 832
Time Zone
Houston is in the Central time zone, and all times are reflected in Central time.
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