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Hitting Houston's top attractions couldn't be easier than on this double-decker sightseeing tour. See top sights around the city like parks, landmarks, and historic districts, and then head to the official visitor center for NASA’s Johnson Space Center for a self-guided tour.
Maximize your time in the spectacular city of Houston with an indispensable Houston Mobile Ticket. Your mobile ticket includes free admission to five of the city’s premier attractions, including the Downtown Aquarium, the Space Center Houston, and the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Enjoy free entry to two additional attractions of your choice and choose from a variety including the Museum of Fine Arts, home to more than 60,000 artworks, or the Houston Zoo; Kemah Boardwalk All-Day Ride Pass or the Children's Museum of Houston.
Secure your ticket in advance to the NASA Space Center and visit Mission Control, Rocket Park, Independence Plaza, and the astronaut training facility. After hotel pickup in a climate-controlled vehicle, see popular landmarks around Houston, stopping briefly for photos during a small-group guided sightseeing tour. With a map and instructions, enjoy the flexibility to explore the space center on your own time, without the stress of rushing.
See the key sights of central Houston and historic Galveston on a comprehensive coach tour. Begin your day of sightseeing with an overview tour of Houston by double-decker bus. In Galveston, enjoy free time to explore this scenic Gulf of Mexico town at your own pace. Admire the historic Victorian mansions, the Galveston Seawall, and the Strand historic district. Other optional activities include hitting the beach or going on a dolphin-watching tour by boat.
Houston may be the most-populated city in Texas & 4th most-populated city in the United States, but Downtown Houston can look like a ghost town during warm summer days. This is because just 20-25 feet below street level, there are more than 7.5 miles of underground tunnels that encompass Texas' tallest skyscrapers and serve as a corporate playground for a multitude of Fortune 500 companies.
The daily Astroville Downtown Tunnel Tours explores some of downtown Houston’s most well renowned skyscrapers and provides guests with great opportunities for photos alongside Texas' two (2) tallest buildings, oldest bank in Houston, and newest portion of the downtown tunnel system. Learn all about the history of our city's extensive Tunnel System and its modern corporate appeal including a diverse range of great dining options and business amenities that resemble Houston's diversity.
Combine the best of Houston history, culture, and cuisine during a half-day food and sightseeing tour though the city’s downtown. Visit restaurants you might otherwise have missed, go behind-the-scenes for an experience that few visitors get to enjoy, and sample complimentary food and booze pairings. Plus, learn more about Houston’s history, architecture, and culture than you could alone.
Walking through the streets of Houston is pretty special but did you know that there is a whole underground system of tunnels below the city? This Houston tour will take you through the city, over and underground, until you get to know the city from every angle.
See the historical highlights and cultural delights of Houston on this 75-minute loop, hop-on sightseeing tour. Enjoy unobstructed views and listen to fascinating audio commentary as you cruise past important landmarks like the historic City Hall and Houston Zoo. See popular attractions like Market Square, Downtown Aquarium and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, hopping off to explore further whenever an attraction captures your attention. Rejoin the tour at a time to suit your schedule at any conveniently located stops along the route.
Starting just north of downtown, get a panoramic view of the city. Visit amazing murals, see historic East End landmarks, and you might meet one of the world famous, Doomsday Wrestlers. Includes Saint Arnold's, the oldest craft brewery in Texas, Sigma, and 8th Wonder. If you love sporting events and stadiums, this is the tour for you.
A great, flat, ride. This easy route also contains some of the more unique spots in Houston
When visiting the Houston Museum of Natural Science, take the opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of the butterflies and insects at the Cockrell Butterfly Center and Brown Hall of Entomology. The entrance ticket admits you to both exhibits where you can see both live and preserved specimens, and learn about them with interactive games and displays. Explore a rain forest environment with a 3-floor butterfly habitat, get a close look at a range of insects, and visit a play area for kids.
Come enjoy diverse plates in the heart of Downtown Houston at some of Houston's most famous restaurants. This tour will begin at the Historic Market Square Park (outside Niko Niko's) where you will learn about Houston's rich history, beautiful architecture & growing diversity. Our guests will also enjoy viewing the tallest building in Texas & largest underground tunnel system in the U.S.
The tour generally consists of 3-4 (dependent on group size) restaurants where you will try flavorful food from around the world including samplings of tapas-style Latin American dishes, Mexican, Italian-American, and Japanese cuisine. These meals are pre-planned and will be waiting for you and your group once we arrive to the restaurants.
**If you have any food allergies or any concerns please contact us before scheduling the tour. Beverages and any additional food besides the samplings are optional and not included as part of the tour.**
A good choice for first-time visitors to Houston, this tour offers a comprehensive overview of the city. Visit several well-known landmarks, parks, and stadiums including historic Market Square, Discovery Green, Toyota Center, Minute Maid Park, Buffalo Bayou, and more. You’ll also have an opportunity to admire the lavish homes and boutiques in River Oaks. A local guide shares insider information about what to see, where to eat, and what to do while you’re in town.
See Houston's top attractions on a full-day tour in a climate-controlled vehicle, that combines a sightseeing tour with visits to the NASA Space Center and Kemah Boardwalk. Start with a 1.5-hour city tour that covers landmarks such as Minute Maid Park, The Toyota Center, and River Oaks. Next, take a tram tour of the NASA Space Center and have free time to browse the exhibits. Finally, go to Kemah Boardwalk for dinner (own expense) at your choice of restaurant. Includes snacks, dinner appetizer, entrance fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
The Children's Museum of Houston is an award-winning museum with 14 exhibition areas filled with innovative displays, fun games, and interactive challenges. This flexible entrance ticket lets you visit at a time that suits you and spend as long you like inside. Highlights include the Challenge Course assault course, the outdoor EcoStation, and the ‘How does it work?’ science exhibit.
Houston, we have a problem: there are just too many good pubs in our city. Join this Houston tour to visit a bar that doubles as a tailor shop by day, a watering hole in a 1920s watch and jewelry company, and a bar that features the very first electric elevator in Texas. Fun guaranteed, hangovers optional.
Houston is home to a thriving craft beer and brewery scene, but it can be hard to decide where to drink. Remove the guesswork and let a local guide take you on a personalized bar crawl to four of downtown Houston’s best watering holes, from small-batch distilleries to cozy pubs and cutting-edge craft breweries. Save yourself a long walk by riding in an eco-friendly electric cart, and admire some colorful street murals along the way.
Find out what the largest city in Texas has to offer during a sightseeing tour by bus, and a visit to the Houston Aquarium. Includes one admission ticket for the Houston Aquarium and one ticket for the Houston City Tour.
Explore Houston on a private, half-day sightseeing tour that provides a comprehensive introduction to this huge Texas city. Learn about Houston's history as you see Minute Maid Park, Market Square, Midtown, City Hall, Houston Astrodome, the George Bush Monument, Toyota Center, NRG Stadium, the Texas Medical Center, and more. Includes a narrated train ride through Hermann Park that provides a close look at the landscape and cultural institutions like the Houston Zoo and Houston Museum of Natural Science. If you prefer, skip the train ride for a stop at a pastry shop the glamorous Uptown neighborhood.
Go skydiving indoors without the scary experience of jumping out of an airplane. Book your experience ahead of time at the iFLY Houston Memorial, where you'll have your turn in a vertical wind tunnel. With the help and directions of an instructor, experience free-fall conditions int he tunnel and walk away with a personalized certificate commemorating your flight. A prepaid ticket means you have your pick of days and times to suit your vacation schedule.
Take a break from sightseeing and book a turn in this Apollo 13-themed escape room. Located in Houston's Midtown District, this conveniently located activity is a challenge for any group of friends and family. Test your problem-solving skills while locked in the Mission Control Room, working together to decipher puzzles, clues, and codes.
Learn about Houston’s spooky side on this Houston ghost tour. Follow a costumed guide on a 1.5-mile (2.4 kilometer) walk through downtown, including sites such as the Buffalo Bayou river, Market Square Park, and the Conservatory underground market, all while listening to Houston lore. Your guide is equipped with an EMF reader to pick up on signals from spirits along the way.
re:3D is a fully open source, collaborative company with a social mission focused on breaking through the limits of 3D printing and creating actionable solutions to recycling plastics.
At our Houston Headquarters, you will learn how 3D printing works, see how large-format 3D printers get made, touch and feel 3D prints from around the world and be able to ask questions of experts in additive manufacturing.
re:3D was founded by ex NASA employees and is housed in the former home of Wyle Laboratories where equipment for the International Space Station was constructed.
For groups larger than 15 people, please reach out to us directly.
Explore the historic district of downtown Houston on a leisurely walking tour that combines a pub crawl with ghost stories recounted by your costumed guide. Your 2.5-hour evening walking tour visits four bars located in historic buildings that each boast spooky stories. Have time to sip a drink (own expense) as your guide illuminates the history of Houston through tales of rumored hauntings and other spine-tingling tales.