Houston and the surrounding area have lots to offer tourists, vacationing families and even locals who might not have seen all there is to see. There are hundreds of varied attractions that you can get to see, and we have collected seven of the best attractions are not always within easy walking distance, however we think are must-sees if you come to Houston and rent an executive town car in Houston.
1. Bayou Place
The Bayou Place is situated right at the center of Houston’s Downtown Theater District, which might require a Houston towncar to get to, depending on where your hotel is located. It consists of theaters, bars, lounges, and restaurants, and offers a wonderful variety of attractions, no matter your taste or reason for visiting there. You can go to the legendary Hard Rock Café, finish off the night at the largest rock and roll nightclub in Houston, Rocbar, or, if your tastes run to quitter venues, enjoy an Indie movie at the Angelika Film Center.
2. Galleria Mall
The largest mall in Texas is located in Houston’s Uptown district, just past the 610 loop, and is easily accessible by a Houston town car. The huge retail complex boasts chains such as Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue, and includes two separate hotels. You can spend many an hour browsing the center without exhausting what you have to see.
3. Johnson Space Center
Southeast Houston is where you will find The Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, home of the NASA astronaut corps. Once you reach there by Houston towncar, you’ll find the huge center, which covers 1,620 acres and includes more than 100 facilities. You can discover what it feels like to live in zero-gravity in the Space Center’s zero-gravity environment, see how a rocket blasts off into space at the Blast Off Theater, and so much more.
4. Houston Zoo
The Houston Zoo is an amazing sight. Use a Houston town car to get there, and you will see over 4,500 animals from almost one thousand species when you stroll through the fabulous Houston Zoo. You can walk around the zoo by yourself or book a guided tour with one of the zoo-keepers seasons veterans, where you can find yourself feeding lions, or walking the elephants.
5. Museum District
Within a mile and a half radius of Herman Park, you will find a huge amount of museums, and galleries. This is also known as the Houston Museum District, and once you take the Houston town car there, you’ll understand why. With the 56 thousand piece collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, the only 4D theater at the John P. McGovern Health Museum, and other places of interest, including the Holocaust Museum and the Houston Center for Photography.
6. Kemah Boardwalk
The largest amusement park in Houston and the surrounding areas is Kemah Boardwalk (6 Flags was bigger, but it’s been shut down). Driving there in your Houston Town car and admiring the view, you will see that a large area in the Kemah Boardwalk is devoted to hotels and restaurants, making it an excellent place to take your entire family. Along with the many seafood restaurants, you will also enjoy the Ferris Wheel and other rides that you will find there.
Another park you can take your family to in your Houston Town car is Splashtown, a water park located in North Houston. This water park has water slides, a wave pool and a river. In addition to those attractions, you can also visit the Crocodile Isle, which is suitable for the younger members of the family, and includes pirates, and kid-friendly water slides.