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Houston Vacation Packages

This area of Texas Gulf Coast is home to roughly 2,100,000 residents.

You'll find this destination some 150 miles from Austin, the state capital of Texas. It is also roughly 17 miles from Fresno.

Seeing iconic attractions like the Johnson Space Center - NASA is what traveling is all about, so be sure not to miss it while you have the chance!

Give the kids a treat and enjoy some quality time at the Children's Museum of Houston and Galveston Schlitterbahn Waterpark. For even more fun, continue on to Splashtown and Cockrell Butterfly Center.

Downtown Aquarium will inform your family about the significance of marine life protection.

The kids could spend a whole day zipping around and looking over the wide range of animals at the Houston Zoo and the TGR Exotics Wildlife Park.

Spend an afternoon learning about the finer points of brewing at one of the area's breweries. Both the Saint Arnold Brewing Company and the Saint Arnold Brewery make for a very refreshing afternoon of sightseeing.

Get ready for some high-octane action at the Houston Grand Prix, the number-one racetrack for motorsports fans.

Whether you're a wine enthusiast or just enjoy the occasional glass, think about arranging a tour of the Yepez Vineyard or Karbach Brewing. There's nothing better than opening a bottle of the latest blend to kick off a vacation. Cheers!
For fresh air and relaxation, grab something for lunch and make your way over to one of the picturesque urban parks, such as the Moody Gardens or Memorial Park. Discovery Green and Brazos Bend State Park are two more nice places to while away the day and finally read that neglected book of yours.

At a loss as to where to go next? You're certain to come across some terrific ideas at Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau and Baytown Nature Center.

Skim a few stones, try to spot some birds and enjoy a picnic at Kinder Lake.

If you'd appreciate some relaxation time, take a nice walk along the water's edge and enjoy the cool, salty breeze at Sylvan Beach Park.

Need to get away from the stress of the city? Make your way over to Bear Creek Pioneers Park and Sheldon Lake State Park. Nature-loving travelers will also have a wonderful time at Armand Bayou Nature Center and Edith L. Moore Nature Sanctuary.

Schedule a visit to some of the varied cultural spaces nearby. Enjoy the cool and quiet interior as you check out the displays at the Battleship Texas and the Menil Collection. Another two to consider are the Houston Natural Science Museum and the Space Center Houston.

Appreciate old ship models and marine artifacts as you sail through the collection halls at the Houston Maritime Museum.
The science museums here are fantastic for both science history enthusiasts and travelers just hoping for something stimulating to do. Begin your day of discovery at the Medical Health and Science Museum, and then push on at the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land or the Health Museum.

Are you an art aficionado? You'll discover galleries of all sizes here. Pop in to the Houston Museum of Fine Arts and the Houston Contemporary Arts Museum to see the best of what this creative city has to offer. The Byzantine Chapel Fresco Museum and the ArtCar Museum are also well worth a browse if you can squeeze them in.

Eager historians can explore the past at the Tomball Museum Center and the Pasadena Historical Museum. The Humble Museum and the Heritage Society are also worthwhile choices.

To find out more about the events and people who shaped this place, plan to visit its many remaining historical sites. Start your history lesson at the University of Houston and the University of St. Thomas. You might also like to take a few photos at the Texas Southern University and Old Town Spring.

The spiritual side of the area can be glimpsed at Lakewood Church and Rothko Chapel. You could also take a walk around Christ Church Cathedral or Lakewood Church Central Campus.

Houston's most popular sights can overshadow its less visited, yet equally fascinating activities. Kemah Boardwalk and the Houston Public Library are a couple of worthwhile options. Also, contemplate a visit to Traders Village and the River Oaks Country Club if your schedule allows.

Accommodation in Houston

The Travelhoteltours Houston hotels guide displays 90 opulent and affordable overnight stay options, so it should be easy finding a great place in this highly popular destination.

The St. Regis Houston, at 1919 Briar Oaks Ln, and the Four Seasons Hotel Houston, at 1300 Lamar St, are both great examples of higer ranking Houston lodgings. If you want to see what the more economical options are like, the Sleep Inn & Suites Near Downtown North, at 2475 North Freeway, and the Candlewood Suites Houston Medical Center, at 10025 S Main Street, are good options as well.