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This downtown park offers free yoga classes, movie nights and toddler story times. The park has a playground, spray fountain and Mist Tree, great for hot Houston days. Enjoy free WiFi and open air reading rooms, or borrow balls or games.
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The kids love to play in the water feature / splash pad - bring swim suits and towels. The playground is also great. There is a decent gift shop if you need something and lots of snack / food options. We always stop at Phoenicia...More
Discovery Green became a safe place for all the people of Houston in Downtown Houston. We love it as we went there on few occasion and attended for different outdoor programs. Houston needs more outdoor places like that.
Walked through here on the way between my hotel and the Grotto Italian Restaurant. It was 10 at night, and it was busy, but not overly so. Kids were playing, people were walking dogs, families were out for an evening stroll, there was ice skating,...More
This is a very nice oasis in downtown Houston. Within walking distance of many downtown hotels and the Toyota Center plus Astros Baseball field , it has event venues, shops and a nice water feature as well. While Houston doesn't have mountains or oceans to...More
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I am not sure whether you ended up meeting your boyfriend and got it filmed! We have awesome night lights all over Houston and it depends where you want to go!!! I personally like Woodlands around Woodland Waterway as it is... More
I am not sure whether you ended up meeting your boyfriend and got it filmed! We have awesome night lights all over Houston and it depends where you want to go!!! I personally like Woodlands around Woodland Waterway as it is very romantic and also around Alan Parkway in Downtown.