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  • Houston Zoo
    6200 Hermann Park Drive | Kirby-West U

    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... More on Houston Zoo »

  • Houston Arboretum & Nature Center
    4501 Woodway | Outer Loop - NW

    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

  • Eleanor Tinsley Park
    150 Sabine St. | Outer Loop - SW

    As Wayne Coyne of renowned Oklahoma rock band The Flaming Lips once noted, Eleanor Tinsley Park operates as a "natural amphitheater." Even in the blistering heat of summer, few things are cooler... More on Eleanor Tinsley Park »

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  • Party Boy
    1515 Studemont St. | Heights

    I-10 & Studemont

  • Traders Village
    7979 N. Eldridge | Outer Loop - NW

    60-acre market with kids' rides, restaurants and special events.

  • Landry's Downtown Aquarium
    410 Bagby | Downtown/ Midtown

    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... More on Landry's Downtown Aquarium »

  • The Orange Show
    2402 Munger | East End

    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... More on The Orange Show »

  • Art Palace
    3913 Main St. | Third Ward

    Arturo Palacios's ballsy decision continues to pay off. In early 2010, the gallerist relocated Art Palace from Austin to a ground-floor space of Midtown's Isabella Court. Today, the gallery that... More on Art Palace »

  • Moody Gardens
    1 Hope Blvd., Galveston Island | Galveston

    Home to a 10-story glassed rainforest pyramid, the center features an aquarium, "discovery" exhibits, traveling paddle boat, a palm beach, RideFilms and more.

  • 4815 Highway 6 N. | Outer Loop - NW
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  • Snow has hit Houston for the summer. Snow ice, that is. It's a Taiwanese dessert that's been gaining popularity here in the Bayou City for the past few years, but in spite of its increasing adoration, many Houstonians still don't know much about it. The ice cream--for even though it looks like some sort of coral or ocean plant life, it is ice cream--was supposedly invented at the Shilin... More on Nu Cafe »

  • The setup: Murder Ballad began in an intimate venue in Manhattan and then moved to a much larger venue, but in both offered an "immersive" experience, as the audience is made in some ways part of the action on stage. TUTs Underground has achieved this in the 500-seat Zilkha hall by inviting the audience on stage, prior to the play beginning, installing a working bar in front at audience... More on Hobby Center for the Performing Arts »

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