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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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This is a lovely park and green space right next to the George R. Brown Convention Center and just east of the main part of downtown. This area has seen a lot of gentrification with new town-homes and apartments so this is a good place...More
I stay in downtown Houston at least once a month and I never get tired of going to the Discovery Green Park just to stroll around and enjoying outdoors. You see people of all walks of life enjoying a bit of relaxation and leisure. Absolutely...More
Discovery Green is a park in the middle of huge skyscrapers. Winter they have a skating rink for our skating friends. Enjoy the sculptures or take a ride in the paddle boat. Great restaurants around the park or if you just want to wet your...More
Date of experience: December 2018
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
This is a great park in the heart of Downtown Houston! There are lots of activities for Adults and kids alike, you should check this place out. It is also super close to the GRB Convention Center so you can plan to visit the park...More
Response from Vishak2000 | Reviewed this property |
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.
Hello all. Does anyone have any info on the horse carriages at discovery green? Price, how to reserve, contact info? I want to take my wife after our anniversary dinner. TIA
August 28, 2018|
my Houston itinerary - any changes I should make?? (27 Replies)
Well here are my plans for our 4 night stay beginning 2nd April. Does it sound ok or are there changes I should make, anything not to bother with it or anything I have left out? I will be travelling with my DH and 2 kids aged 14 and 12. Not into museums really, enjoy seeing sights,shopping, nice meals. We will have a car for our stay and don't mind driving. Saturday - Galveston, Moody Gardens, The Strand, Galleria in the evening Sunday - Lake Conroe, Woodland Mall/Market street, Old...More
March 15, 2010|
Unless you have a specific reason to go to Galleria Sat eve, I would do Kemah on Sat eve and Galleria Mon eve (swap the two) as Kemah and Galveston is in the same general area as is Galleria and downtown. Plan to have dinner at Kemah. Also, add Willowbrook to Sunday as it is in the same vicinity as The Woodlands. That said, if you go to The Woodlands mall and Galleria Mall, you can skip Willowbrook (okay - totally skip it - not really worth it). Willowbrok and The Woodlands about the same -...More
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Local recommendations for a weekend in Houston with friends (6 Replies)
Hi, Nice meeting you! I am visiting Houston for a weekend soon in May. We are six friends (24-30 year olds) looking for a nice time to spend together. We are not the tourist types, and I was hoping to get recommendations from locals on unique spots for: *Outdoor/Parks (Biking or Picnic) -I am already looking at Bayou Park and Discovery Green. *What other unique attractions are worth checking out? *Nice walks (window shopping for local shops... no big brands/big commercial...More
May 09, 2016|
I would look at 2 neighborhoods - even though both have some mix of chain/commercial and local-places. They are West University (Rice Village) and Houston Heights.