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  • Macgregor Park

    Macgregor Park

    5225 Calhoun Houston, TX 77021
    713-747-8650

    http://www.houstontx.gov/parks/ourparks/macgregorpark.html

  • Marian Park

    11101 S. Gessner Road Houston, TX 77071
    832-395-7012

  • Marmion Park

    1802 Heights Blvd. Houston, TX 77099
    832-395-7000

  • Mary Jo Peckham Park

    5597 Gardenia Katy, TX 77493
    832-395-7000

  • Mason Park

    541 S. 75th St. Houston, TX 77023
    713-928-7055

  • Matagorda County Fairgrounds

    4511 FM 2668 Bay City, TX 77414
    979-245-2454

  • Maya Park

    2026 Connorvale Road Houston, TX 77039

  • Memorial Park

    6501 Memorial Drive Houston, TX 77007
    832-395-7012

    http://www.houstontx.gov/parks/

  • The Menil Collection

    The Menil Collection

    1515 Sul Ross Houston, TX 77006
    713-525-9400

    http://www.menil.org Yes, it's uncool to toast the leisure activity of two rich old white people, but Dominique and John de Menil brought to Houston works by true greats of the 20th century, including Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Man Ray, Cy Twombly and Andy Warhol, as well as artifacts from ancient Africa, early Mediterranean civilizations and the Byzantine empire. The Menil Collection is the one most likely to house something from your art history textbook. It's more than a great local art institution -- it's a world-class museum. Not to mention the stunning building itself -- Renzo Piano's light-washed galleries are the standard by which to measure all other museums. More >>

  • Midtown Mobile Cuisine

    4002 Almeda Rd. Houston, TX 77004
    281-896-8425

    http://www.midtownmobilecuisine.com/

  • Minute Maid Park

    Minute Maid Park

    501 Crawford Houston, TX 77002
    713-259-8000

    http://houston.astros.mlb.com/hou/ballpark/index.jsp Whether the Astros are making a World Series run (we miss you, 2005) or languishing in last place, you can have yourself a great night downtown at Minute Maid Park and not put much of a dent in your pocket at all. (We do advise filling up before the game, though; some tickets are cheap, but hot dogs and drinks are another story.) There's always a slew of great offers on the team's Web site: Maybe it's buy an adult ticket for seven bucks, and two kids under 14 can get in free with you. Or maybe it's a ticket, hot dog, soda and chips all for $10. The point is, bargains are there to be had. "Sure," you scoff — you old scoffer, you — "But the seats are probably in the last row near the roof and in fair territory." To a degree, true, but not completely. And the fact remains that Minute Maid is about as easy as it gets when it comes to the time-honored tradition of "improving" your seat. There's the Home Run Alley standing room, of course; there's also typically a wide selection of field-level seats sitting empty. Wait a couple of innings and then look like you belong. More >>

  • Montgomery County Fairgrounds

    9201 FM 1484 Conroe, TX 77303
    936-760-3247

  • Montie Beach Park

    915 Northwood Street Houston, TX 77009

  • Moody Gardens Golf Course

    1700 Sydnor Lane Galveston, TX 77554
    409-683-4653

  • Moulton City Park

    400 S. Lancaster Moulton, TX 77975

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