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A Houston To-Do List

From rodeos and parks to ballet and music halls

Alley Theatre
615 Texas Avenue
Alley is more than just a venue with a stage—it’s a place where artists are encouraged to grow and engage with the greater Houston area. Come for the shows and keep coming back for the sense of Southern community.

Discovery Green
1500 McKinney Street
Dancing, exercise classes, shopping markets, water installations and more make this an oasis of fun for kids and adults alike. Don’t be intimidated to check out their evening classes. Kayaking in the summertime is a popular pick.

Hermann Park

Hermann Park

Hermann Park
6001 Fannin Street
The extensive grounds include a Garden Center and mini train ride, making it ideal for kids. After they’ve tired of the park’s offerings, head over to the nearby Houston Zoo.

Houston Ballet
601 Preston Street
The Houston Ballet performs in both classical and contemporary styles of dance, pleasing even the most discerning audiences. And if you have kids interested in pursuing ballet themselves, you’ll have to check out the classes available at the Academy.

Houston Rodeo
8334 Fannin Street
It wouldn’t be Texas without a rodeo, and Houston’s is top-notch. Cowboys take the sport very seriously, so come prepared for lots of action and intense competition. And if bull riding just isn’t your thing, check out the horse shows and concerts that also take place at the venue.

Music With Friends

Music With Friends

Music With Friends
800 Bagby Street
This private club originated in North Carolina, worked its way to South Carolina, came to Tennessee and this fall lands in Houston. Started by Larry Farber, the concept is simple: listening to music is more fun when you’re with close friends instead of a massive audience. The exclusive membership gets you access to some of the best concerts in the country.