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It's easy to enjoy budget-friendly sights that make cents.

Spend your day exploring Houstonís hotspots, while saving big with a well-edited list of the cityís most-loved free things to do. Fortunately, for locals and visitors alike, several of Houstonís most memorable attractions wonít break the bank, in fact they wonít even cost a dime. In Houston, itís easy to enjoy budget-friendly sights that make cents.


The Tunnel
Nothing like the Houston heat but you can beat it underground! There are so many shops and eating places to spend your money. It's just really cool to be able go under the streets of cars and crosswalks and walk in ease and comfort. Great idea!

Millier Outdoor Theatr
Miller Outdoor Theatre, in Hermann Park, offers an 8-month season of free outdoor performances. See concerts, theater, dance, and childrenís programming

Space Center Houston
Space Center Houston is NASA Johnson Space centers official visitor center and it sits right outside of the NASA facility in Clear Lake,TX.

If you are interested in science or space, then this place is amazing and very informative. There are many things to see(activities to do) and depending on your interest, it can take anywhere from 2hrs to whole day.

Houston Texas
This sprawling city hums with the energy and independent spirit that turned it from swampland into the fourth-largest city in the U.S. Everything is big, from the towering skyscrapers to the city's prominence in aerospace, oil, shipping and finance. Even the architecture makes big, bold statements, like the medical center towers that resemble two giant syringes. A thriving business center, the city has become increasingly cosmopolitan, with an influx of diverse ethnic groups and a strong emphasis on the arts. Opera, ballet, symphony and theater are all top-notch, and museums abound. The midday heat is easily escaped inside the numerous attractions and shopping areas, particularly in the pedestrian-friendly 6.5-mile underground city. Since you're in the place that broadcast man's first step on the moon, you may want to pay a visit to Space Center Houston, where you'll be whisked into outer space through simulations and films. Once back on earth, you can hop on the tram to the complex's NASA/Johnson Space Center to watch astronauts and engineers at work and in training.

Medieval Times - Orlando Florida
Welcome to the 11th century! Just beyond the great doors of our Hall of Arms waits the celebration arena, the heart of each of Medieval Times' nine castles.

From high above King Philippe and his daughter-in-law, Princess Leonore, preside over a four-course feast. Below, privileged royal guests are transported to faraway lands including a romantic snowy rendezvous in the woods and an authentic medieval tournament for the Battle of Champions ģ -- with the help of Hollywood-caliber special effects, of course.

Water Wall
The Water Wall, near the Galleria, offers a respite from commerce. Sit under the spray on a hot day, or people watch and take pictures.

The Museum District
The Houston Museum District should be on every visitor's itinerary. There is something for everyone. the Museum of Fine Arts houses a permanent collection of works by critically acclaimed artists and hosts a changing venue of exhibitions that attract sophisticated and casual interests alike. The Museum of Natural Science has an IMax theater, an enormous walk-thru butterfly house, a state-of-the-art paleontology wing for dinosaur fans of all ages, a gemstone exhibit,many interactive stations, a planetarium and much more. Other museums in the area include The Children's Museum, The Contemporary Arts Museum, the Museum of Medical Science,and the Holocaust Museum. The area is also the location for the first rate Houston Zoo and for Herman Park - green oasis- with its amphitheater, walking trails, Japanese garden and outsize sculpture of Sam Houston himself. I am fortunate to be able to introduce all my out of town guests to this special Houston destination and they are always impressed. You will want to make more than one trip!

The Houston Galleria
With 35 million annual visitors, The Galleria has constantly been named the most visited attraction in Greater Houston.[12] Department stores and other tenants earn their highest sales in the Houston area at the Galleria.
The Galleria includes a 20,000-square-foot (1,900 m2) ice skating facility with 80 feet (24 m) x 180-foot (55 m) rink. The rink, known as "Polar Ice" and originally built in 1970, was the first ever built inside a mall.[13] The rink is positioned below the mall's central glass atrium which was originally added by Hines to increase the visibility of the stores in the lower level.[14] There is a jogging track on the roof around the atrium with a view to this rink. About 50 restaurants and specialty food stores at all prices and service points are located throughout the Galleria complex.

Houston Texas
This sprawling city hums with the energy and independent spirit that turned it from swampland into the fourth-largest city in the U.S. Everything is big, from the towering skyscrapers to the city's prominence in aerospace, oil, shipping and finance. Even the architecture makes big, bold statements, like the medical center towers that resemble two giant syringes. A thriving business center, the city has become increasingly cosmopolitan, with an influx of diverse ethnic groups and a strong emphasis on the arts. Opera, ballet, symphony and theater are all top-notch, and museums abound. The midday heat is easily escaped inside the numerous attractions and shopping areas, particularly in the pedestrian-friendly 6.5-mile underground city. Since you're in the place that broadcast man's first step on the moon, you may want to pay a visit to Space Center Houston, where you'll be whisked into outer space through simulations and films. Once back on earth, you can hop on the tram to the complex's NASA/Johnson Space Center to watch astronauts and engineers at work and in training.

The Menil Collection
One of the greatest private art collections in the U.S. features such surrealist works as those by Salvador Dali and Max Ernst, and offers visitors a sign-free and simply-designed environment in which to experience the art in a more personal way. The main building is accompanied by four satellite buildings.

Top Ten Non-Tourist Spots in Houston - A Yankee's Point of
For two wonderful years, Houston was my city. I had grown up and gone to college in the heart of Amish country, and I had limited exposure to just how diverse one particular place could be (oh, and just so you know, I'm not Amish). That was until I moved to Houston to attend graduate school. After living there for a few months, I found that I truly loved my new home. I loved the diversity, and I loved its beautiful skyline.
Even though I had grown up as a Yankee, I had had exposure to the Houston area from my first year on Earth. My father was from Galveston, and every year we drove down to the Lone Star state to visit our relatives.