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The Capital of Southern Cool

To experience a truly diverse and thriving culture with over 145 languages spoken, Houston is the most ethnically diversified city in the country.  Which means the food and drink scene, with over 10,000 restaurants with choices that offer food from more than 70 countries, the local music and art exhibitions and street culture are the definition of cool and varied.  Houston is so cool, in fact, it is out of this world with the Space Center Houston, the official visitor center of NASA Johnson Space Center, being the city’s top attraction with over 400 space artefacts on display.  While keeping your feet on the ground, it’s easy to explore one of the 650-plus urban green spaces filling the city as well.

Key Areas Around Houston, TX

The Woodlands, Sugar Land, Pasadena, Pearland, Humble, Deer Park, Galveston


Why Houston, TX?

-The Houston metro area takes up 8,778 square miles, making it bigger than the state of New Jersey

-The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo attracts over 2.5 million attendees each year

-The Houston Galleria is the largest mall in Texas with over 375 stores

-Ranked one of the Most Fun Cities in America

-Two major airports offering non-stop service to more than 70 international destinations

-Houston has more than 80,000 hotel rooms with approximately 8,000 located downtown

-More than 4.4 million square feet of convention space

-Houston’s Theater District features seven renowned performing arts organizations


What’s New in Houston, TX

-$46.5 million renovation of The Alley Theatre

-$250 million renovation of The Galleria’s luxury wing

-The Museum of Fine Arts campus expansion encompassing 14 acres in the heart of Houston’s Museum District, includes an array of public plazas, reflecting pools, and gardens

-18-acre Farmers Market bringing together food purveyors and unique retail vendors

-Railway Heights Market, opening 2020, is a 3.6-acre, 22,860sqft space that will house a grocery store, beer garden, container farm and a farmer’s market with 25 food vendors

-Holocaust Museum Houston Expansion: $33.8 million project that double the size, making it the 4th largest Holocaust museum in the nation