Houston, Texas is the fourth most largest city in the nation. Its diverse culture and low cost of living is what makes Houston a very populous city. Tourists come from all over the world to experience the rich culture that Houston has to offer. The many attractions include The Houston Space Center, Downtown Aquarium, Houston Zoo and surrounding parks offering family-friendly activities, and the Houston Museum District which satisfies artistic patrons. Sports fans can enjoy Minute Maid Park and Reliant Park, as well as the recently constructed Toyota Center.
Popular attractions include the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Show and Rodeo event, where riders compete in traditional rodeo events, and the show also includes superstars from every music genre entertaining sold-out crowds. Visitors to Space Center Houston can learn everything there is to know about the history of human space travel. The Galleria, one of the largest shopping malls in the nation, features an indoor skating rink, two hotels and 2.4 million square feet of shops, office buildings, theaters and restaurants. The Houston Museum of Natural Science includes dinosaur exhibits, precious gems and ancient artifacts.
So if you are a local looking for something to do, or a visiting tourist, Houston has something for everyone.
Events in Houston
Houston Job Fair October 22 - Sheraton Suites Houston Near the Galleria
at Sheraton Suites Houston Near The Galleria
Looking for a job in Houston? If you are this event is a must attend. Meet with top hiring companies in Houston.
2020 Houston Food & Wine Fest
at Guadalupe Plaza Park
Come experience the Houston Food and Wine Fest on October 3rd in Downtown Houston! The fall festival will feature gourmet food from local chefs and tasty international wines!
Kingwood Beer Festival
at Kingwood Town Center Park
Drink. Eat. ShopWhat could possibly go wrong?
PARKING: Houston Cougars vs. Tulane Green Wave
at TDECU Stadium - Parking Lots
Pinecrest Gardens presents 'Banyan Bowl Live” Featuring Jon Secada
at Online event
With a career spanning over two decades, two Grammy Awards, 20 million albums sold, and starring roles on Broadway, the acclaimed Jon Secada established himself as one of the first bilingual artists to have international crossover success.
Disney's The Little Mermaid
at Sarofim Hall - Hobby Center