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Houston is known for its famous Space center where NASA’s astronaut training is held. It also contains some historical museums and antique architecture from the 19th century to add to its value.
Here are some of the places to visit when you plan your vacation to Houston.
The Space center of Houston is home for the corps of NASA astronauts. Visitors find this place to be one of the best attractions in Houston. You can experience the zero gravity simulation and a virtual rocket launch. There are more than 100 facilities in this space center. It also allows you to live in the environment exhibiting space-life.
Houston Zoo is home for more than 4500 animals and more than 900 species. The landscapes are beautiful, and the entire facility is appealing. You can get guides to make you tour the entire zoo. You will also get to feed a giraffe if you go on a guided tour.
The museum district of Houston is a collection of many galleries, cultural centers and museums. The Museums consists of more than 60,000 art pieces. There is the Health Museum which has the one and only 4D theatre of Houston. Other museums in the district include Holocaust Museum and Lawndale center of Art.
Montrose is Houston’s hub for live music and vintage shopping. This place consists of restored bungalows and mansions, which gives an antique look. There is an antique mall which has antique items for display and sale. Montrose also hosts occasional comedy shows.
“This 12-story hotel in the heart of the leafy Museum District offers some of the splashiest digs in town, suitable for rock stars, escapist vacationers, and business travelers with time to play. The Magnificent Seven are ultra-swanky themed suites.”
Featured as Frommer’s Choice in Houston.
“Well-heeled travelers enjoy the hotel’s plush accommodations and thorough service (including butlers on some floors), and local swells arrive for afternoon tea. Rooms are luxuriously furnished, with individually selected artwork.”
Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Houston.