Houston travel scene is full of adventure and new ideas for those who are tired of the same old Texas attractions. Apart from Parque Nacional de Big Bend and Alamo museum, as well as Palo Duro Canyon State Park, there is much more Texas visitors can get by visiting Houston for a weekend.
Houston has scored the 5th place on Harper’s Bazaar’s list of top 20 places to travel in 2020. No wonder the fact – after Sydney, Australia; Botswana; and Paris, France, Houston has a refreshing food and art scene to watch out for in 2020.
What to Do in Houston in 2020
No wonder the city is among the top-tier tourism destinations. Houston, TX Texas has a lot to see and do at – and most part of it is for free, competeing with Chicago’s art getting more and more out of pocket for most travellers.
Space Center Houston
Houston’s Museum District
The Museum of Fine Arts is getting an expansion, and
Walk Bike or paddle – Buffalo Bayou Park
Houston street art
Go and see some of the most amazing Houston street art
Shop vintage stores on 19th street in the Heights
Visit Houston’s Farmer Market
This year, the market is expanding across 18 acres.
Visit Houston Botanic Garden
.. which will be completed this year!