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  • Haunted Mayfield Manor

    2313 Harborside Drive Galveston, TX 77550

  • HK Gameroom

    11201 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, TX 77072-2544

  • Houston Arboretum & Nature Center

    Houston Arboretum & Nature Center

    4501 Woodway Houston, TX 77024
    713-681-8433 155-acre non-profit urban sanctuary located on the western edge of Memorial Park. Includes 5 miles of nature trails, including forest, pond and prairie habitats More >>

  • Houston Area Live Steamers

    17400 Roberts Rd. Hockley, TX 77447

  • Houston Haunted Houses

    1500 Elton St. Houston, TX 77034

  • Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo

    1 Reliant Park Houston, TX 77054

  • Houston Polo Club

    Houston Polo Club

    8552 Memorial Drive Houston, TX 77024
    713-622-7300 Polo used to be called the sport of kings because you had to have six horses to play (one for each period in the game). These days you don't have to be a member of the royal family to play, and you sure don't have to be upper-class to watch. Polo is like hockey on horseback. The game is fast-moving, the horses are gorgeous, and the teams are coed. The level of play is skillful, as the Houston Polo Club in Memorial Park is ranked one of the top five clubs in the country. And the price of admission is leagues cheaper than that of an NFL game (or even an Astros game). More >>

  • Houston Raceway Park

    2525 S. FM 565 Road Baytown, TX 77523

  • Houston Zoo

    Houston Zoo

    6200 Hermann Park Drive Houston, TX 77030
    713-533-6500 The Houston Zoo is one of the cheapest and most democratic of local attractions (despite being a top-notch facility, as far as zoos go), and one of the few places in the heart of town where one can see lots of tourists, both foreign and domestic. The animals are pretty great, too, with everything from the popular sea lions to the creepy-crawly stuff in the humid confines of the reptile house. If you've got young kids, throw them in the dolphin strollers and make a day of it. If you're just planning a trip with grown-ups, forget your pride for a minute and take a ride on the miniature train that takes off from just outside the entrance gates and circles Hermann Park. More >>

  • Ice at the Galleria

    5015 Westheimer Rd Houston, TX 77056

  • Johnson Space Center

    1601 Nasa Parkway Houston, TX 77058
    281-244-5312 Adults $17.95 Children (4-11) $13.95 Seniors $16.95 Parking $4.00 More >>

  • Joystix Classic Games-Pinball

    Joystix Classic Games-Pinball

    1820 Franklin St. Houston, TX 77002-2206
    713-224-2225 Located across from Minute Maid Park in downtown, this classic games shop has been open since 1987. The 10,000-square-foot store houses close to 350 machines, from new and classic video games and pinball machines to jukeboxes, air hockey tables and more. Come to shop or join them for Pac Man Fever, where they open up game play from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m for only $15 at the door (open the first and last Friday of the month). They also offer a full service repair center. More >>

  • Kemah Boardwalk

    501 Bradford Ave. Kemah, TX 77565
    877-285-3624 Carnival, shopping and restaurants on Galveston Bay. More >>

  • Landry

    Landry's Downtown Aquarium

    410 Bagby Houston, TX 77002
    713-223-3474 A Ferris wheel, a train ride, a carousel, dancing fountains and tanks loaded with hundreds of fish -- what more could a kid ask for? This virtual theme park in the Downtown Theater District offers a whole afternoon of child-friendly thrills. Think of Landry's Downtown Aquarium as a good, centrally located alternative to Six Flags. The sound and smell effects inside the Aquarium's Amazon River and Mayan Temple attractions intrigue kids in a Disneyesque manner. And little ones can dine at boatlike tables and watch continuous movie clips in the informal downstairs restaurant. Thanks to the Landry's ownership, the food's not bad either. Popular items on the American/seafood menu include calamari, fish tacos and chicken lettuce wraps. And there’s a full bar for adults who feel like unwinding a bit after spending all day with the kids. More >>

  • Laser Quest

    6560 Fm 1960 Road W. Houston, TX 77069-3904

  • Main Event Entertainment

    19441 Interstate 45 Shenandoah, TX 77381

  • Main Street, La Porte

    100 W. Main La Porte, TX 77571

  • Moody Gardens

    Moody Gardens

    1 Hope Blvd., Galveston Island Galveston, TX 77550
    800-582-4673 Home to a 10-story glassed rainforest pyramid, the center features an aquarium, "discovery" exhibits, traveling paddle boat, a palm beach, RideFilms and more. More >>

  • Nature Discovery Center

    7112 Newcastle St. Bellaire, TX 77401

  • Nelson Water Gardens

    1502 Katy Fort Bend County Road Katy, TX 77493

  • Old MacDonald's Farm

    3203 FM 1960 East Humble, TX 77338

  • Old Sixth Ward

    1900 Kane St. Houston, TX 77007
    N/A Oldest intact neighborhood in the city of Houston More >>

  • Open Location

    Houston, TX 77002

  • The Orange Show

    The Orange Show

    2402 Munger Houston, TX 77023
    713-926-6368 Once an unprepossessing bungalow, this only-in-Houston labor of love/shrine to citrus fruit was cobbled together over several decades by postal worker Jeff McKissack, an eccentric fellow who believed that oranges were the key to longevity. McKissack transformed the house utterly - there's a small amphitheater outside, folk-art maxims testifying to orange power on the walls, mannequins scattered about in pro-orange propaganda tableaux. It's really hard to explain - you'll just have to see it for yourself. The foundation that runs the place books some really cool indie rock, neo-folk, avant-garde hip-hop and roots rock shows, which should give you even more incentive to see this totally unique art space. More >>

  • Party Boy

    1515 Studemont St. Houston, TX 77007

    I-10 & Studemont More >>

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