Expert Travel Advice to Houston

  • Top Ten U.S. Art Cities

    For a culture-minded vacation—whether you want to admire breathtakingly beautiful art, stimulate your creativity, or get provoked by the edgy and offbeat— here's our list of ten don't-miss cities. Away Top Ten
  • Get Your Cold One Here: Top Ten NFL Football Stadiums

    This football season, turn off NFL Sunday Ticket, and venture out to these ten football stadiums, the cream of the crop. If scoring tickets to a game proves too elusive, bring some brews and don your best paraphernalia to tailgate outside with all the die-hard fans. Away Top Ten
  • Get Outta Town: Houston

    Go big in the state where big is a way of life, including a whirl along the Gulf of Mexico and through Galveston. Away Travel
  • June Culture Travel Guide

    Away Travel
  • Tex-Mex Americana

    Drive through Texas, New Mexico, and the iconic lands of the American Southwest. Away Travel
  • Top Ten Houston Getaways

    Gorp Top Ten
  • Hail to the Trail!

    The Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail. Gorp Travel

Top Answers To Houston Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Here is a list of Houston attractions:
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Since 9/11 there really arent the typical "go-up-to-the-top" places to go to. there are beautiful places to go and walk thru, like the wall of water at williams tower, and stroll thru the museam district where there are many peices of art all around. Being houston, it is very hot and humid in the summer,Which to many is a daunting and a reason never to go. but, if you think about it, we are one of the largest cities, and for good reason. EVERYTHING IS AIR-CONDITIONED.what isnt air conditioned, there is usually several places have water falls, and fountains. some of the market streets around town have places where your children to run thru. there is an aquarium downtown that has a huge ferris wheel. it is slow moving and has enclosed seating, which might be your best option of viewing the city and scapes around town. i hope it helps, you can always contact the chamber of commerce, or the convention and visitors burea here in houston.