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Best Places To Visit In Houston

The ARK Infrastructure Nov 16, 2019
The most populated city of Texas, USA. This metropolitan city is home many foreign-born population and so this beautiful diversity is celebrated with annual events here. Art is an essence to life, well Houston can add up to your life then. You could see that Houston has folk artists, art groups and various small progressive arts organizations.
Discovery Green Park
The Discovery Green is a public park in the heart of Houston. This mind refreshing park has it all. You can get to see a performance stage, grass lawn for lounging, a walkway surrounded by 100 years old oak tress, flowering trees, plants, fountains and works of art, Kinder Lake.
Hermann park
You visit a beautiful place and get to see everything just there, its like cherry on the top. Hermann park is one such urban park, which is home to Houston Zoo, Miller Outdoor Theatre, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, and the Hermann Park of Golf Course. The area of the park is approximately 445 acres.
Houston Zoo
The second most visited zoological park, Houston Zoo is located within Hermann Park in Houston, Texas, United States. The zoo treats you with around 900 species and regions of the world.

Johnson Space Cente, Houston

is NASA's center for human spaceflights. You need to visit this place for your love for NASA, rockets and space travel, because they conduct human spaceflight training, research, and flight control. 
Kemah Boardwalk Sunset
Museum District, Houston
Museums gives us ability to see parts of history or generations of art. Many of us are not into going to museums but those who are, Museum District is your place to go to. Museum District is a group of 19 museums, galleries, cultural centers and community organizations.
is one of the museums in the Museum district. They have approximately 64,000 works from six continents. The majority of the museum's collection lie in the areas of Italian Renaissance painting, French Impressionism, photography, American and European decorative arts and many more such art pieces.

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Houston Museum of Natural Science is one of the museums in the Hermann Park, Houston, Texas. This museum features a large exhibit of over 750 crystallized mineral specimens and rare gemstones,  60 major skeleton mounts, 50 cultures worth of pre-Colombian archaeological artifacts. 
San Jacinto Museum of History
San Jacinto Monument is the tallest stone monument in the world and national historic landmark.
Space Center Houston
The Downtown Aquarium Houston
The Downtown Aquarium Houston is a public aquarium and restaurant.  It houses over 200 species of aquatic animals in 1,900,000 liters of aquariums.