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Make plans to visit the greater Houston area. Houston and its surrounding metro area offer visitors a nearly endless selection of impressive events and festivals, top tier attractions, charming suburbs, intense sporting events, and can’t-miss concerts. During the fall and into the winter, the landscape is just as robust. From downtown Houston to nearby respites like Sugar Land, Katy, and Seabrook, find your favorite destination in the area during your next stay.
Houston, as with much of Texas, is a diverse city with a myriad of cultures present in everyday life.
With a wealth of attractions for every member of the family, Houston is premier destination – and not just in Texas. Be sure to explore the Houston Museum District or the Houston Theater District. NASA fans, tour Space Center Houston or the Johnson Space Center.
Plan your next visit to the Texas Gulf Coast for an unmatched and unforgettable experience. Enjoy stunning ocean views in cities like Corpus Christi and Galveston, and be sure to visit any and all of the very best attractions found in this region. On top of that all, there’ll be a very impressive slate of events, festivals, and concerts ready for you when you visit the Texas Gulf Coast.
Plan to check out one of the year’s premier festivals in Plantersville. Found northwest of downtown Houston, just between Montgomery and Navasota, Plantersville hosts the annual Texas Renaissance Festival in the fall. You’ll walk into a recreation of a 16th century English village, complete with entertainers – jugglers, minstrels, comedians, and more – across six stages. Don’t forget about the wide variety of food.
Catch a Game
The Toyota Center in Houston will be bursting with activity this fall. The NBA’s Houston Rockets start their 2016-17 campaign this October, and you’ll find an eclectic batch of concerts coming to the Toyota Center, too. Texas is firmly entrenched as a football powerhouse. From the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans, to the University of Texas Longhorns, you’ll find a variety of excellent teams in the state. In Houston, however, you’ll be in Cougar country. The University of Houston Cougars kick off their home schedule at TDECU Stadium.
Put on your dancing boots
When your late summer visit to the Houston area has you in The Woodlands, be sure to check out the annual Beyond the Pines Music Festival. One of the most anticipated events of the year, Beyond the Pines is held at Town Green Park.
Hit the beach
When you’re on the coast, you have to hit the beach. Luckily for you, Corpus Christi visitor, there are plenty of beaches along the Gulf Coast, and quite a handful in Corpus Christi and surrounding cities.
On Padre Island, Malaquite Beach is an absolute gem. More centrally located, North Beach runs adjacent to the harbor bay bridge, and is minutes from nearby attractions like the Texas State Aquarium.
Houston, as with much of Texas, is a diverse city with a myriad of cultures present in everyday life. You’ll see this first hand when you check out the Annual Turkish Festival. In November, make your way to downtown Houston for authentic dance and music performances, food, and plenty of kid’s activities. The drive in from nearby Alvin and Deer Park is quick.
Golf by the Gulf
There’s really nothing quite like golfing on the beach. So if golf is your game, be sure to hit the links at Oso Beach Golf Course; a stunning course that, depending on your drive game, is just a strong swing away from the waters of Oso Bay.
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