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  • Blaffer Art Museum

    Blaffer Art Museum

    1300 Holman St. Houston, TX 77004
    713-743-9528 The Blaffer, the University of Houston's foremost gallery, sticks to its mission of forwarding understanding of cutting-edge contemporary art through exhibits and special engagements. The facility, located on the UH main campus in Third Ward, offers both students and the general public completely free access to its exhibits and programs. More >>

  • Buffalo Soldiers National Museum

    Buffalo Soldiers National Museum

    1834 Southmore Houston, TX 77004

  • Children

    Children's Museum of Houston

    1500 Binz Houston, TX 77004
    713-522-1138 Hands-on exhibitions in the areas of science and technology, history and culture, health and human development, and the arts. More >>

  • Czech Center Museum Houston

    4920 San Jacinto St. Houston, TX 77004

  • Holocaust Museum Houston

    Holocaust Museum Houston

    5401 Caroline Houston, TX 77004

  • Houston Museum of African American Culture

    Houston Museum of African American Culture

    4807 Caroline St. Houston, TX 77004

  • John C. Freeman Weather Museum

    John C. Freeman Weather Museum

    5104 Caroline St. Houston, TX 77004
    713-529-3076 Think of the John C. Freeman Weather Museum as the little museum that could. Sitting in the shadow of its bigger, shinier cousins in the museum district, the Weather Museum is housed in what was once a private two-story home. Each room downstairs has been transformed into an exhibit area, the most popular of which might be the WRC TV Studio, which features a camera, teleprompter, lights and a green screen. Visitors can become faux meteorologists and tape themselves delivering a weather report (you have a choice of intense weather conditions to report on). There's also the Cyclone Room, with its own cyclone chamber; the Weather History exhibit, with antique meteorology equipment; a theater with a variety of videos; and the Weather Wizard Corner, with demonstrations by museum meteorologists. Given Houston's history with extreme weather, it makes sense that we have the country's first weather museum, don't you think? More >>

  • Station Museum of Contemporary Art

    Station Museum of Contemporary Art

    1502 Alabama St. Houston, TX 77004
    713-529-6900 There are no better artistic agents provocateurs than Jim and Ann Harithas and the Station Museum of Contemporary Art. The Station is privately funded and directed by the Harithases, which allows them to essentially do whatever the hell they want. A former director of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston as well as the Corcoran Museum of Art, Jim Harithas has the brains and the art savvy as well as the social and political convictions to make the most of the situation. In past shows, the Station has presented highly charged contemporary art from Palestine as well as an exhibition of work addressing the missing and murdered women of Juárez. So before you step into the Station Museum of Contemporary Art, be forewarned — it ain't gonna be pretty. It's going to be glorious and challenging. It might even be life-changing, but it's definitely not going to be pretty. More >>