Group Activities

Discover Houston Tours/Houston Urban Adventures - Discover Houston Tours has offered guided walking tours in the greater Houston area since 1988 for people from Houston and around the world. Tours highlight history, art, architecture, shopping, dining, and more, all flavored with Houston's unique multicultural spirit. http://www.discoverhoustontours.com/

Golf – Houston has more than 165 golf courses designed by leading architects, majority of them open for public. http://www.golftexas.com/golf-courses/south-east/houston/memorialpark.htm

Segway Tours of Houston - Discover Houston's history or cruise along Buffalo Bayou on guided tours on Segways, the slightly geeky self-balancing personal transporters. http://segwaytoursofhouston.com/

Sam Houston Boat Tours – 90 minutes tour of one of the largest ports in USA. http://porthouston.com/portweb/sam-houston-boat-tour/

Space Center Houston – If you are in Houston it is mandatory to visit official visitor center of the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center and its mission control rom. http://spacecenter.org/

George Ranch Historical Park - A 480-acre living history site with more than 100 years of Texas history, George Ranch offers hands-on experiences and costumed historical interpreters. http://www.georgeranch.org

Downtown's Historic District Revival - A slew of new restaurant and bar openings surrounding Market Square and the Historic District has made Downtown Houston the place to be once more. New spots from well-known bartenders and chefs now mingle with tried and true favorites like La Carafe and Warren's Inn. In addition, major developments along Buffalo Bayou keep the buzz going. http://www.marketsquarepark.com/

The Galleria - An international shopping destination that hosts more than 24 million visitors annually, offers world-class shopping with more than 375 stores, 30 restaurants, two hotels, and a full-sized ice rink. The Galleria is home to a who’s who list of designers, including Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Chanel, Jimmy Choo, and Ralph Lauren, among many others. Sitting alongside the upscale boutiques are anchor stores Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and two Macy's department stores, adding up to more than two million square feet of shopping thrills. http://www.simon.com/mall/the-galleria/about

Houston Museum District - With more than seven million annual visits, the Houston Museum District is one of the top cultural districts in the country. Twenty institutions make up the Houston Museum District, and 11 are free all the time. http://houstonmuseumdistrict.org/

Houston Theater District - Houston is one of only five cities with permanent professional resident companies in all of the major performing arts disciplines--opera, ballet, music, and theater. http://www.downtownhouston.org/district/theater/