Things to do in Houston

Having lived in Houston for three years now, I’ve started to put together a list of fun things to do and see and places to go in the Houston area if you are in need of something to occupy your time.

St Arnolds Brewery ($10)

Brazos Bend State Park ($7)

Eating from a Houston food truck (guest blog post on The International Wanderer)

Houston Fire Museum ($5)

Rosenberg Railroad Museum ($5)

Art Car Museum (Free)

Museum of Funeral History ($10)

Museum of Printing History (Free)

Houston in the Fall (from Frances over at English Girl in Texas)

1940’s Air terminal museum (Hobby airport)

Sugar Land, Skeeters

Canino farmers market and El Bolillo Bakery

Sugar Land, Farmers market

Where to go for personal services? (Hairdresser, manicurist, eyebrow threading, chiropractor)

The Houston Rodeo

Galveston Harbour tour

Missouri City Glazery

Perry’s Steakhouse, Sugar Land

Dave and Busters amusements

Pearland Pitch and Putt

Painting with a Twist 

Mrs Bairds Bakery Tour (Free)

Port of Houston Tour (free)

Fogo de Chao Brazillian restaurant

Stafford Center (performing arts theater and convention center)

Lone Star Lyric Cabaret

Beaumont, Texas (day trip)

This page is a work in progress – please be patient as I compile this list 🙂

3 thoughts on “Things to do in Houston

  1. Great information! I’m from Texas and live in Aberdeen now. It’s interesting to read things from the opposite perspective! Anyway, I was writing to tell you that the Sugar Land Town Square hosts lots of events from Luaus to talent shows. Here is a link to their events page: http://www.sugarlandtownsquare.com/events/

    I just thought I’d pass it along!

    • Thanks 🙂 Yeah I know about the Town Square activities, I just hate being outside. When it’s Las-friendly to be outside, Sugar Land deems it too cold for events! LOL!!! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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