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Houston CityPASS packs five of Houston's must-see attractions into a prepaid ticket booklet that fits easily into your pocket. With CityPASS, you save an amazing 48% off ...
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Journey to the fourth largest city in the USA and experience the modern city of Houston, filled with fun, laid-back attractions, a great museum and shopping experience, and a bustling gastronomic scene. Book our 2015 tours and activities to make the most out of your visit!
Start your trip right by purchasing the CityPASS Houston. Gain discounts of up to 50% off the combined admission prices to five of the city’s best attractions. Skip the line at the entrances once you have your ticket booklet. Visit Space Center Houston, the official visitor center of NASA’s center for human spaceflight, and marvel at exhibits like a restored Saturn V rocket, a Lunar Rover trainer vehicle, and the Apollo 17 Command Module. Dive into Downtown Aquarium, where over 200 species of aquatic animals await your visit, and where you can eat delicious food at either of the two restaurants or the bar. Enter the Houston Museum of Natural Science, a museum that’s over a hundred years old, and see exhibits like the Burke Baker Planetarium and the Cockrell Butterfly Center. Get option tickets and choose between seeing the Houston Zoo or Museum of Fine Arts, and between a Kemah All-day Ride or a trip to the Children’s Museum of Houston.
Go beneath the skin of Houston and take a Heart of the Tunnel Walk. Venture through history as you walk through the changing architecture of the city’s tunnel system, as Art Deco gives way to contemporary designs. Visit the 1929 Chase Bank Building, where eight frescoes depict Texas history, and a banking hall in the Art Deco style displays a stained-glass window showcasing the Battle of Jacinto, where Texan independence was forged. After that, get a photo opportunity in front of Joan Miro’s Personage and Birds, before entering the innovative Pennzoil Place, and then entering the Tunnel to walk beneath the city streets to One Shell Plaza, where you can shop at Mendota, displaying gifts and wares from all over the world.
No tour of Houston would be complete without a historic downtown pub tour! Visit four bars in Houston’s Old Town and walk past buildings from 1861 all the way to 1934. Enjoy pubs inside historic buildings like La Carafe, the Hearsay Gastro Lounge, the Char-Bar, and Warren’s Inn. Stop by sites like the 1912 Union Bank National Building, a dog park, and a memorial garden for a September 11, 2001 victim, before returning to a hotel to relax after your pub crawl.