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Houston City Lights Tour
"Climb aboard a distinctive double-decker bus at a conveniently located departure point in downtown Houston. Listen to informative on board commentary as you cruise through the vibrant Texan city passing iconic landmarks like the Chase Tower and the Convention Center. You will also see Market Square Park where you can find a variety of food in the historical 19th-century square. Admire the tallest building in Texas the JP Morgan Chase Tower and enjoy sweeping vistas from the top of our British double decker buses. You will also see City Hall as well as Tranquility Park and the historical structures that surround it. Take in the electric atmosphere of the theatre di"""See the historical highlights and cultural delights of Houston on a 60 minute guided evening tour. You will have the best views of Houston as you travel through the city on the top deck of a double decker bus. Take in the city lights and listen to fascin the Downtown Aquarium the Theatre district
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Galveston Warship and Submarine Tour
"The tour will start with complimentary pickup from your centrally located Houston accommodation where all will receive a free gift before proceeding downtown for a 1-hour mobile view of Discovery Green Park GRB convention center The Toyota center Minute Maid Park Market square Buffalo Bayou Eleanor Tinsley park
From $142.00
 
Houston City Sightseeing Tour with Round-Trip Transport to Kemah Boardwalk
"Make your way to the meeting point in downtown Houston where your day starts with a 90-minute sightseeing tour of Houston’s highlights aboard an open-top double-decker bus. Ride past City Hall Market Square the Houston Heritage Society the Museum of Fine Arts Houston Houston Zoo and more as you enjoy unobstructed views of the city and live commentary by your on-board guide. After your Houston city tour transfer to a deluxe coach that takes you to Kemah Boardwalk located on Galveston Bay less than an hour’s drive from downtown Houston. Considered one of the premier boardwalks in the United States
From $99.00

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Visit the Visitors Center

I like visiting the visitors center if I can, when I travel to a new location. However, the woman looked at me very strange when I went into the Spring Visitors Center and told her that I lived in Spring.

From outside, the place looks very inviting. It looks like an old house, and still feels that way upon entering. There was a little kitchen with free coffee and a sofa. But as I walked in the older lady asked what I was doing there. I began looking at all the activity brochures and just told her that I enjoyed knowing what was going on around town.

She was not very friendly. She seemed confused but I just started walking around gathering pamphlets for upcoming events. She handed me a few magazines and told me to look around. But I felt like I was being stared at the whole time. I quickly got all of the magazines that looked interesting and exited.

I wasn't offered any coffee. And I didn't even get a goodbye.

I would definitely suggest going to the Houston Visitors Center rather than here.

Open 10a-3p daily except Sunday.

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