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Houston City Tour and Admission to Downtown Aquarium
"This bus tour is a wonderful way to start your Houston vacation. This lightly narrated 90-minute tour showcases Houston's famous land marks historic Houston areas and breath taking views. Explore the great city of Houston and see what the largest city in Texas has to offer.This guided tour drives through Houston's beautiful market square and many more downtown locations including Buf Allen Parkway and Houston's upscale midtown residential area. You will enjoy the breath-taking billion dollar Downtown Houston Skyline and museum district.Once the city tour is complete you will be dropped off at the Houston Aquarium which you are welcome to explore and enjoy. This package includes one admission ticket for the Houston Aquarium and one ticket for the Houston City Tour.""""Take a 90-minute panoramic guided tour on board a double decker buss. The city tour includes Downtown Historic district Toyota Center
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Houston City Tour and Admission to Downtown Aquarium
"This bus tour is a wonderful way to start your Houston vacation. This lightly narrated 90-minute tour showcases Houston's famous land marks historic Houston areas and breath taking views. Explore the great city of Houston and see what the largest city in Texas has to offer.This guided tour drives through Houston's beautiful market square and many more downtown locations including Buf Allen Parkway and Houston's upscale midtown residential area. You will enjoy the breath-taking billion dollar Downtown Houston Skyline and museum district.Once the city tour is complete you will be dropped off at the Houston Aquarium which you are welcome to explore and enjoy. This package includes one admission ticket for the Houston Aquarium and one ticket for the Houston City Tour.""""Take a 90-minute panoramic guided tour on board a double decker buss. The city tour includes Downtown Historic district Toyota Center
From $50.00
 
Houston City Tour and Admission to Downtown Aquarium
"This bus tour is a wonderful way to start your Houston vacation. This lightly narrated 90-minute tour showcases Houston's famous land marks historic Houston areas and breath taking views. Explore the great city of Houston and see what the largest city in Texas has to offer.This guided tour drives through Houston's beautiful market square and many more downtown locations including Buf Allen Parkway and Houston's upscale midtown residential area. You will enjoy the breath-taking billion dollar Downtown Houston Skyline and museum district.Once the city tour is complete you will be dropped off at the Houston Aquarium which you are welcome to explore and enjoy. This package includes one admission ticket for the Houston Aquarium and one ticket for the Houston City Tour.""""Take a 90-minute panoramic guided tour on board a double decker buss. The city tour includes Downtown Historic district Toyota Center
From $50.00

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Bikes for rent downtown!

There are 4 bike rental locations in the downtown area (see website) and it's a great way to enjoy the city! You can ride in the midtown/downtown area or venture out to the museum district or follow...
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TXgal
Mar 05, 2013

Houston IAH layover

No way you can drive from IAH to downtown in 30 minutes, even if there's no traffic. It's a good 40 - 45 miles. If you rent a car, you can go to the Galleria for a couple of hours, or alternatively,...
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Stargazer1
Jun 18, 2009

Drive, don't ride

Houston is a big city, spread out wide, and it takes awhile to get from one side to another, especially if you have to take the Katy Freeway (I-10 West). There is ongoing road construction all over...
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TexasLinda
Mar 16, 2005

Getting to Houston

By Air : There are two major commercial airports in Houston. The largest is Bush International (IAHand about 23 miles north of downtown and the other is William P Hobby (HOU).By Train: Amtrak runs...
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keeweechic
Sep 17, 2003

Transportation Airport to City

-Car rental. I strongly recommand that you rent a car in Houston. There is no common transportation, and the city is huge. You need a car to go everywhere. All the main rental car agencies are...
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XenoHumph
Sep 17, 2003

The more relevant question...

The more relevant question would be how to get OUT of Houston. The best way is to avoid coming here in the first place. But if somehow you have erred in that regard, I advise that you take a car, take...
Gatorman9
Aug 26, 2002

Houston has two major...

Houston has two major airports. There is Hobby and Intercontinental (I think it's called Bush International Airport). They are located on the opposite sides of town. Hobby is closer to downtown than...
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SinKitty
Aug 25, 2002

Houston has two airports. I...

Houston has two airports. I flew into Hobby which is closer to downtown. Cab fare to my downtown hotel wa $20 US.This city is so spread out. I really suggest renting a car, although traffic is...
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Kay_C
Aug 25, 2002

I do belive flying is the best...

I do belive flying is the best way to go. It's fast and you don't have to worry about folding maps. However, if you do decide to take the road trip route (and there's nothing wrong with that!),...
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1sassyfemme
Aug 24, 2002

'Bush Intercontinental...

'Bush Intercontinental Airport' (IAH) is the international airport here in Houston, so - if you look carefully - you can find a direct flight to IAH from many places in the world. If you're flying...
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joevazquez
Aug 24, 2002

RENT A CAR!!

We flew to Houston (IAH) and then rented a car once we got there. We found a great deal on Expedia....3 days for $40 for a midsize car.
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agapotravel
Apr 22, 2007

I drove to Houston, but you...

I drove to Houston, but you can fly there and arrive at Houston Intercontinental Airport.You definitely need a car, as public transportation seemed almost nonexistant, and distances are very far.
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principesa
Aug 26, 2002
 
 
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Things to Do Near Houston

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Sam Houston Park

The Heritage Society is the Houston's only outdoor, interactive historic museum and park. Nestled in 10 acres of green parkland in the heart of downtown Houston, The Heritage Society boasts 9 historic...
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Rothko Chapel

Rothko Chapel is a tranquil sanctuary open to all faiths nestled in the heart of Houston. The walls of the chapel display many of Mark Rothko's abstract and minimalist paintings. However the interior...
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Museum District

Now for me, this is the number one attraction in Houston. Over 20 (I think the Houston Bicycle Museum makes 21) museums in a relatively small area. You can park your car and walk to many of the...
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Menil Collection

The Menil Collection refers to the collection itself and the museum (which is actually four buildings). The Menil Collection’s founders, John and Dominique de Menil acquired this vast collection...
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Holocaust Museum

"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it". The Holocaust Museum in Houston is the 4th largest in the country. This is NOT a museum to enjoy; it is a museum to pause and reflect,...
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Museum of Fine Arts

Across the street from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is the Cullen Sculpture Garden which is associated with the MoFA. Inside are several interesting statues in a garden setting. The sculptures...
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