You’ve no doubt heard the saying, “Everything is bigger in Texas.” Everyone is saying it, but that doesn’t necessarily make it true, right? Well, when you look at what everything the state has to offer, you’ll see that everything truly is bigger in Texas, especially in the Houston area. This is an area that believes in going big or going home. From diverse cultures to bright nightlife and bustling business districts, Houston
has everything and anything that one could want to experience on the all-American vacation. The question will become, what do I see first? Here are the most exciting things you’ll not want to miss during your traveling to Houston.
If you want to check out some amazing sights and get a feel for the city at the same time, there is no better place than Hermann Park
. And, this is because it is located right in the heart of the city. With six million visitors a year, the park offers more than meets the eye. There are 445 acres of vast greenery to explore and plenty of activities to take part in. Wanna get in an afternoon of 18 holes? Maybe you are looking to spot some wild and exotic creatures. How about some natural sciences? It doesn’t matter because whatever you are looking for, Hermann Park
has it right in the heart of Houston.
With over 300 million visitors a year, it is easy to see why The Galleria
is one of Houston’s top shopping destinations. With its architectural style modeled after the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele
in Milan, this shopping destination will provide an international feel with down-home roots. Don’t worry about running out of exciting things to browse through because there are over 400 fine clothing stores, hotels, and restaurants with all the leading apparel and cuisine. If it’s name brand, it’ll be at The Galleria
Looking for an afternoon in the sun? There is no better option than that of the 10-mile expanse leading from Shepherd Drive to the port of Houston. Along the way, there are various attractions like skateboarding, hiking, walking trails, dog parks, and picnic areas. Don’t worry about exploring the 10-miles in a day because the entire Buffalo Bayou
is 52 miles of waterway that originates in Katy, Texas, and runs all the way to the River Oaks
area in Houston. You won’t run out of things to do and sights to see!
Being just 20 miles from downtown Houston, the Kemah Boardwalk
provides quick and direct access to some of the city’s most bustling nightlife. Whether it is fast and thrilling rides, exotic sea life, or wild local wine you are looking for, you won’t have a problem finding it on the Boardwalk. There is also a roller coaster that the kids can enjoy or you want to take in the view of the entire Boardwalk from the top of the huge ferry. With plenty of water and things to do, you will not be disappointed with the Kemah Boardwalk.