Every kid who ever dreamed of being an astronaut will love seeing real spacecraft, spacesuits, and a high-tech simulation of life in orbit, right next door to NASA mission control.
At one of the nation’s top science museums, explore the story of our planet and the animals who live there, including a dynamic display of everyone’s favorite lizards – dinosaurs.
Experience the art of the 20th century in a private collection boasting more than 15,000 pieces, including groundbreaking and controversial contemporary art. Admission to the Menil Collection is free.
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Designed just for curious kids, the innovative Children’s Museum of Houston makes learning fun, with touchable, climbable, brain-stimulating exhibits for toddlers to teens.
The dramatic architecture of the Houston Holocaust Museum inspires deep contemplation, with a focus on remembering Houston’s survivors of the World War II tragedy which claimed 6 million lives.
Stroll through 19 acres of restored Houston homes dating back to 1823. This walking tour through Houston’s architectural and social history includes cabins, churches, and stately private residences.
Sometime in the thirteenth century AD, a tiny "domed-hall church" was built in Cyprus. It was a small, private chapel dedicated to St. Themonianos. Two frescoes (paintings
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