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Situated in the heart of the vibrant Museum District, world-renowned Texas Medical Center and thriving downtown central business district, Hotel ZaZa Houston is an unexpected feast for the senses.

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HOUSTON MUSEUM DISTRICT 0.36

The Houston Museum District is comprised of 18 museums located within a 1.5 mile radius of the Mecom Fountain in Hermann Park. A destination where families and out-of-town visitors can discover an enriching, cultural experience, the Houston Museum District offers a range of museums that provide exciting exhibits, collections, workshops and live performances. Travel to Houston is incomplete without a trip to the Houston Museum District.

Phone: 713.715.1939

NRG STADIUM 3.04

One of the top things to do in Houston is visiting Reliant Stadium, offering four massive concourse levels for special events. North America’s largest and most versatile complex, Reliant Stadium hosts large exhibitions, concerts, sporting events and intimate gatherings.

HOUSTON ZOO 0.69

The Houston Zoo provides a fun, unique, and inspirational experience fostering appreciation, knowledge and care for the natural world. The Houston Zoo has over 1.84 million guests each year who come to experience the incredible variety of animals and ecosystems, as well as attend special private and public events and entertainment.

Phone: 713.533.6500

HERMANN PARK 0.92

One of Houston’s most popular and historically significant green spaces, Hermann Park is a 445-acre park that has been an important resource for Houstonians and is celebrated as a place that welcomes diversity and fosters a strong sense of community among its patrons. The Park is an unparalleled public resource, serving over six million visitors each year. Check out Hermann Park during your next Houston vacation.

Phone: 713.524.5876

DISCOVERY GREEN 3

Discovery Green was conceived not only as a public park, but as a landmark to attract convention revenue to the City, and as an anchor for Downtown development. It is a 12-acre park created by a public-private partnership between the City of Houston and the non-profit Discover Green Conspiracy. Visit this urban park that enriches life in Houston, Texas.

Phone: 713.400.7336

GEORGE R. BROWN CONVENTION CENTER 3.21

The George R. Brown Convention Center offers premier event facilities on the east side of Downtown Houston. The center was named for the prominent Houstonian George R. Brown, an entrepreneur, civic leader and philanthropist. The center is owned and operated by the City of Houston, Convention & Entertainment Facilities Department.

Phone: 800.427.4697

HOUSTON AQUARIUM 3.46

The Downtown Aquarium is a magnificent six-acre entertainment and dining complex with a 500,000-gallon aquatic wonderland, home to over 200 species of aquatic life from around the globe. During your Houston vacation, make sure to check out the Houston Aquarium which features a full-service restaurant, upscale bar, fully equipped ballroom, aquatic & geographic exhibits, shopping and a variety of amusements.

Phone: 713.223.3474

HIGHLAND VILLAGE 4.52

Since 1957, Highland Village has been a fashionable shopping area, offering specialty stores and restaurants. Stores include Anthropologie, Kiehl's, Pottery Barn and lululemon. It is also home to a favorite Houston tradition, the annual holiday lighting of Highland Village.

Phone: 713.850.3100

UPTOWN PARK 5.71

This luxury shopping mall features over 50 celebrated places to shop and dine in the Uptown Galleria area of Houston. Detailed with fountains and extravagant landscaping, this shopping and dining center is a lifestyle hub like no other.

Phone: 713.850.1400

THE GALLERIA 5.43

Iconic to Houston, Texas, The Galleria is one of the world's greatest shopping centers. With over 300 luxury stores and boutiques, shoppers can enjoy the best in fashion and dining at The Galleria and is a must-visit in any Houston shopping guide.

Phone: 713.966.3500

RICE VILLAGE 1.96

Rice Village, near Rice University in Houston, is a haven of unique boutiques and shops. Surrounded by eclectic bars and clubs, Rice Village is home to the city’s best Thai restaurants.

RIVER OAKS SHOPPING CENTER 2.8

River Oaks is an eclectic shopping destination featuring a blend of luxury Houston shopping, upscale resale outlets and galleries.

Phone: 713.866.6982

THE PARK SHOPS 3.07

Conveniently situated in Downtown Houston, the Park Shops comprise the most popular in retail stores and restaurant options.

KATY MILLS 28.45

Katy Mills outlet store is home to hundreds of the top names in retail shopping and a 200-screen AMC movie theatre. This premier destination features the best in savings and variety.

Phone: 281.644.5015

THE HEALTH MUSEUM 0.39

Houston's Health Museum is an interactive museum designed to give children and parents alike a chance to explore health, life and the human body. Explore your inner workings with a walk through of the human body; compare living in Houston with living in cities around the world; see what you'll look like in 30 years or how tall you'll be when you grow up. With exciting exhibits and educational programs, top choice in Houston museums is a must-see.

Phone: 713.521.1515

THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF HOUSTON 0.4

The all-new Children's Museum of Houston is now twice as big and packed with 14 interactive exhibits. Build robots in Invention Convention, anchor the news, run a business, and get elected as mayor in Kidtropolis or explore nanotechnology in Matter Factory among other exciting things to do in Houston TX for kids.

Phone: 713.522.1138

THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, HOUSTON 0.15

Recognized as one of the premier art museums in the country, MFAH exhibits art dating from the major civilizations and antiquity to the present in two gallery buildings, a sculpture garden and two home museums. Works by Rembrandt, Monet, Remington and Picasso are here.

Phone: 713.639.7300

THE MENIL COLLECTION 1.31

Explore modern and contemporary art by world-renown artists such as Andy Warhol, Jasper Jones and Mark Rothko in the Menil Collection, one of the largest and most important private art collections of the 20th century.

HOLOCAUST MUSEUM HOUSTON 0.39

The Holocaust Museum of Houston portrays firsthand accounts of area Holocaust survivors in a permanent exhibit, Bearing Witness: A Community Remembers. This museum is dedicated to the promotion and awareness of the dangers of prejudice.

Phone: 713.942.8000

HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NATURAL SCIENCE 0.31

An exciting destination in Houston, this museum includes nine permanent exhibits, an IMAX theater, butterfly center and must-see planetarium. Exhibitions change frequently so there is always something new to explore at this museum.

Phone: 713.639.4629

LAWNDALE ART CENTER 0.44

Showcasing the importance of contemporary art, this gallery is an alternative art space serving to create discourse for the diverse artistic, cultural and student communities of Houston.

Phone: 713.528.5858

CONTEMPORARY ARTS MUSEUM HOUSTON 0.2

This museum is known for its bold architectural structure and collection of the best international and local contemporary art of the past four decades.

Phone: 713.284.8250

HOUSTON CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY CRAFT 0.51

Explore local artists' studios at this craft center dedicated to glass, fiber, clay, metal and wood art. Visitors can shop through the artists' collections while experiencing this unique attraction.

Phone: 713.529.4848

THE JUNG CENTER OF HOUSTON 0.24

This nonprofit educational institute is founded upon the theories of Carl Jung and home to a gallery of art produced by Texans. The center's bookstore features a vast collection of books on psychology and comparative mythology in the Southwest.

Phone: 713.524.8253

THE ROTHKO CHAPEL 1.24

Paying homage to the abstract expressionist Mark Rothko, this chapel is an intimate sanctuary displaying 14 of Rothko's works. The chapel is a space for meditation and a sanctuary fostering all beliefs, allowing visitors to engage in inter-religious dialogues.

Phone: 713.524.9839

BYZANTINE FRESCO CHAPEL MUSEUM 1.14

This fascinating addition to our Houston guide provides visitors with a quiet, contemplative space for meditation and reflection. Home to the largest Byzantine fresco in the Western Hemisphere, the serene environment and awe-inspiring mural makes this museum a unique Houston attraction.

Phone: 713.521.3990

HOUSTON CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY 1.39

The Houston Center for Photography works at giving recognition and voice to emerging photographers and artists. Striving to promote the understanding and appreciation of photography, this center has a long history of supporting local artists.

Phone: 713.529.4755

RICE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY 0.75

The only university in the United States with an instillation Houston art museum, Rice University fosters the importance of contemporary art through this gallery and site-specific instillations throughout their Houston campus.

Phone: 713.348.6069

BAYOU BEND 4.31

Home to the Bayou Bend Collection & Garden and estate of Ima Hogg, the Bayou Bend encompasses 14 acres of woodlands and verdant gardens surrounding Hogg's historic home. The home, and the surrounding natural gardens, is among the top 10 most visited historic homes in the U.S.

Phone: 713.639.7750

RIENZI 3.61

A satellite gallery in Houston for the MFAH's European Decorative arts collection, the Rienzi gallery is home to a beautiful collection of English furniture, European paintings and 18th Century Worchester porcelain.

Phone: 713.639.7800

University of Houston 3.73

The University of Houston is a state research university and the flagship institution of the University of Houston System. Founded in 1927, UH is the third-largest university in Texas with nearly 43,000 students.

Phone: (713) 743-2255

RICE UNIVERSITY 0.57

Set in the heart of Houston, Texas, the nation’s fourth-largest city, Rice is a comprehensive research university that fosters diversity and an intellectual environment that produces the next generation of leaders and advances tomorrow’s thinking.

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