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  • nasa space centre
  • The Zoo, The entire museum district, Theatre, Symphony, and an excellent night life for any taste.
  • There are literally hundreds of wonderful museums in Houston. I love the Museum of Natural History, myself. There is fine dining and professional sports. They have these Mexican areas of town that have wonderful Mexican goods to sell. NASA space center is really nice. Moody Gardens is not too far away, it's got a lot to offer. That's all I can think of right now.
  • Galveston is very historical, Nasa is very entertaining, The galleria, Uptown Park and Katy Mills along with the Woodlands are great shopping areas. The museum district of course is wonderful.
  • Kemah broadwalk, going out to clubs, and going to the park to relax.
  • Eating their good food is great, especially their catfish; yummy.
  • I never went there, but if I did, I would try to visit the Space Center. I have heard of it already as a kid in France at the time of the moon landing. Further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Houston http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyndon_B._Johnson_Space_Center
  • If you've seen the "normal" museums, check out some of the unusual ones. The Holocause museum is a must-see, at least once. Also, you can see some really strange art at the Menil collection. There's the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, and the Weather museum. The Children's Museum is fun no matter how old you are, and everybody should experience the butterfly exhibit at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Also, not in the museum district is the National Museum of Funeral History. Fascinating place with very cheap admission and rotating exhibits.
  • ...bike riding, roller skating, jogging, walking, people watching on any park bench or the Arboretum/Botanic Gardens 22306 Aldine Westfield, Humble, (281) 443-8731 or Sculpture garden @ Montrose Boulevard at Bissonnet Street, (713) 639-7300, Photography at the end of the runway at Bush Airport watching the planes land and depart or the Japanese Garden @ 1500 Hermann Drive, (713) 284-1989,go browse at Traders Village Flea Market @7979 North Eldridge Road, (281) 890-5500. There is actually too much to do. Check the web @ http://www.htexas.com/, http://www.chron.com/ , do a Google for 'things to do in Houston. Have fun!
  • Wut about the aquarium and the zoo ? Does anyone know where the closest wax museum is?
  • how about go kart racing. it sounds like kiddies stuff but people of all ages enjoy it. Check out track 21. its awesome. I always take my friends who come from out of town there and they love it. There are different fun stuff to do
  • Go for a walk! You could find a interesting restauront? You could go to a Astros game. ( you can buy tickets there.) For kids go to childrens musem
  • Driving to San Antonio. :o)
  • Go here... www.hottowncoolcity.org We have some of the most amazing and beautiful parks. We have an abundance of art installations and museums Watch bat migration http://www.texasoutside.com/houston/Parks-Recreation.htm Visit Howard Hughes grave The list goes on and on
  • Old Town Spring, which is very close to Houston has festivals all the time and unique shops. The Woodland's Waterway, very nice, also close. Sam Houston Race Track on Beltway 8 fun!(they have concerts and festivals all the time) There's lots downtown on Main Street. Tons of local Bars with karaoke.
  • check out The Aquarium
  • What are fun things anywhere. What can you do in Houston you can't do anywhere else. I,ve been to Houston. It is nice area but hotter than hell in the summer. We swam in the Gulf of Mexico--that's one thing you can do. The water is 80 degrees. It's as warm as your bathtub. Great place to skinnydip, but do it in the dark!
  • just walking in downtown houston is fun.the people the buildings the somewhat wildlife dropping droppings from the sky houston texas is a beautiful place.i love it here

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