Houston is Always in Season!

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Did you know that from autumn to spring Houston enjoys its finest weather?  That makes for the perfect time to explore its famous bayou parks, cultural institutions or world-class shopping.  And as the most culturally diverse city in the South, Houston's dining scene is second to none. 

We and our friends in Houston want you to know they're back, in fact, they were never gone.  Here's a short list of how to get the most out of your weekend in "The City with no Limits."

Sports

Houston has some of the newest stadiums and arenas in the country.  While the Astros are having an amazing end to their season, the excitement continues with the Rockets and Texans.  Or make your own history with mountain biking in Memorial Park, cycling along Buffalo Bayou or playing your best round on one of Houston's many golf courses.

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Shopping

The famous Galleria Mall and the nearby River Oaks District center of Uptown offer a terrific variety luxury shopping.

Dining

Remember the restauranteurs who during Harvey commandeered their kitchens and inventory to feed the city's neediest?  Those same great establishments are back and they're exactly the kind of places you'll feel good about supporting.

Theatre

The Grand Opera has gotten creative with special performances temporarily being held at the Brown Convention Center.  

The Houston Ballet can be seen in a variety of locations making every performance unique and special.  Plays and live music abound in Downtown, Midtown and Uptown!

Art

The treasures of Houston's cultural institutions were untouched by the storm. Enjoy masterpieces from the venerable Menil Collection and the Museum of Fine Arts or  explore the Science Museum's exhibits, and take a stroll through the Houston Zoo. Come, learn, enjoy and relax like a Houstonian.

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See much more about the city at visithouston.com


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