Excellent and worth for cost.
Houston City Pass is really worth to buy! especially because there no time limit, so you can use one coupon today, another tomorrow... etc . We use it all - every coupon! Its great transportation in downtown, so be went by bus and train everywhere!
We hit Museum of Natural History - beautiful place, with awesome dinosaur skeletons and even a famous Rosetta stone! And located next to an awesome park with lake boat rides and great train ride for kids!
Children's Museum - oh, what a wonderful place, with almost gravity-defying climbing construction, room for make all kinds of projects and check if they work - like, put parachutes in air tunnel and watch them fly! Or make and start a rocket! Or program a real robot!
Interesting for little kiddies too - they can enjoy shopping in store or go to the bank and use real ATM card!
And of course they will enjoy yard where they can play with water and boats!
Aquarium - wow, all day fun for one price -train, carousels, ferris wheel, etc - and when you done there, you can take horse carriage ride thru downtown skyscrapers back to the hotel!
Located by the river, so you can take peaceful walk by the water, too..
Space Center - you can see real spaceships and even get in! Touch the history! Take pics! Just make sure you come early and not in rain so you can take that ride around Space center facility, and, if you taking bus to go to the Space center - do it on weekday, buses didn't work on weekends, but I really recommend go there by bus - it was fun ride, because for some reason road there slightly narrow and bumpy in few spots.. Also there for extra price couple of interesting machines what can help you enjoy flight in airplane or even in shuttle!
Only one thing was disappointing - there no bus to the beach or Kemah... and when we went to Galveston by Uber, we have an awesome time on the beach, which has nice mild sand and very warm water, and then we have nice lunch in Golden Corral right by the beach - and it was truly amazing menu in GC on Galveston - but when we try to get back from Galveston to the Houston, we stuck there, because it comes out Uber don't pick up travelers from Galveston - because Galveston administration banned Uber from Galveston, and if you go there by Uber, then you'll have to take taxi for the way back... which can result in around 140 one way - 3 times more than Uber... so better rent a car if you want hit the beach!
Zoo is great in Houston - its on edge of that beautiful park, close to Naturel History Museum, and zoo even have Red Panda and golden monkey! We see some funny ducks with ducklings walking around the zoo... And zoo has spotted African dogs! And great water playground for little kiddies - so don't forget swimsuit and towel!
it was alsome it was easy and fast
This tour was amazing!
Wonderful way to see Houston! Highly recommend the Houston City Pass!
the Houston tour was great but I was charged 2 times for the tour 260.00 taken out of my bank account twice for Houston city pass would like it if you guys would return 260.00 taken out June 11th
This tour was amazing!
This was an awesome value. I managed to visit the Johnson Space Center, Houston Zoo, Aquarium, and Museum of Natural History and at a fraction of the cost if I would have paid for these venues separately. I highly recommend purchasing this package if you are going to be in Houston. Money well-spent. Bravo!!!
The number I was given did not match the City Pass numbers. With the help of a staff member of the Houston Zoo the number issue was resolved. Took about 40 - 45 minutes to correct but Lopez stayed with me the entire time. After that everything went great. Grandchildren loved the attractions.
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