Great if you’re looking to visit a multitude of museums, such as 1940 Air Terminal Museum, Lone Star Flight Museum, National Museum of Funeral History, Health Museum, Heritage Society Museum, etc.
A full day of fun, Dewberry Farms offers over 30 different attractions for kids. Lots of families visit this establishment in the fall, for their Fall Festival. But just know, you don’t have to wait till then, you can go any time of year. They also offer private events such as homeschool tours, field trips, birthday parties, etc.
Want to see an alligator in its real life habitat? Here’s your chance. I can almost guarantee you will see one out and about, sunbathing in the swamp. Bird watching, fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, and exploring are all parts of this nature lovers paradise. This is also one of my favorite places for family pictures because their big old trees create the perfect backgrounds for photos.
Trails galore at this Houston Park! This is also the location for the Bats at Waugh Bridge, which I wrote a blog about previously. You can read that here. For a full list of things to do in Houston with kids at Buffalo Bayou, click this link here.
I have to say, their trails are truly amazing. You’ll see wildlife, beautiful nature, and experience true peacefulness on your hikes throughout this area. Definitely give them a visit. It’s also a perfect place to take family photos! I would know, because I am a family photographer based out of Houston. If you want to know exactly where my favorite places to take pictures are at Buffalo Bayou, send me a message!
Minute Maid Park is one of the Must See Things to do in Houston with kids. There is fun for everyone here, including witnessing the roof being open on clear sky days. What other park has this? None. That’s right. Houston is a gem, and this is one of our exceptionally cool attractions. Also, when a home run is hit, there is a train that goes around the park, and the rooftop!
If you are visiting Houston for the months of February through March, just go ahead and bring your cowboy hat and boots and plan on going to the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. It’s what everyone does! When the Rodeo comes to town (quite literally), the city focuses on it! Traffic becomes super heavy, they have a trail ride the weekend before it opens and you’ll see horses pulling wagons and cowboys throughout the city. The concerts are hand picked every year and they never disappoint. Neither does the food. If you want fried food-you’re in the right place. The HLSR will fry anything. Oreos, ice cream, turkey legs, fruit, etc. You name it. They fry it. And it is delicious.
This park has a lot of things to do in Houston with kids, and they pretty much have events all year long. It is a 12 acre park in downtown Houston, with an interactive fountain, one acre lake, playground, and. more. Most of the events hosted by Discovery Green are free, as they are put on by the Discovery Green Conservatory which is a non profit organization.
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