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Did you know that Houston has, without a doubt, one of the top cultural districts in the entire country? Just southwest of downtown is the Museum District, a beautiful, pedestrian-friendly area home to 19 institutions including museums, galleries, community organizations, and artistic centers. Exploring the Houston Museum District is like taking a journey around the world in four walkable zones. Below are three recommended pit stops for your Museum District...
Houston Pool
Yes. Houston can be oppressively hot during the summer months – no one will argue with that! The miserably humid weather makes finding enjoyable family activities beyond the inside of a comfortably air-conditioned building pretty tough. Luckily, the Houston area...
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Did you know that the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (aka RodeoHouston) is the largest of its kind…in the world? To say that this event is a popular Texas tradition would be an understatement. In 2017, RodeoHouston’s attendance was more than the population of any city in the state! This year’s event runs from February 25th through March 17th at NRG Park. Below are a few fun facts about this...
Holiday Lights
Falalalala, it's that time of the year! Going to see holiday lights is a tradition many honor every season. Houston has some of THE best holiday lights around. Here's your guide to a few of our very favorites. Lights in...
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Welcome to festival season in Houston! The city is full of great options this time of the year. Luckily, the Magnolia Hotel Houston is conveniently located to each of the festivals listed below (1.5 miles or closer - hop in an Uber for a short ride or take a 30 minute walk to the festival of your choice!) Get your festival tickets & book your stay with us now. 7th...
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Welcome to the city of wonders. Houston is home to a NASA training facility, as well as a world-class zoo and aquarium, dinosaur skeletons, rare plants and even a Dreadnought class battleship. If you’re looking for an activity that’s a...
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Houston is an accommodating city for large or small groups. With more than 2.3 million residents and 667 square miles of land, there are plentiful indoor and outdoor activities that can accommodate large parties. The best place to start is with a centrally located place for your stay in Houston. Nestled in a renovated circa-1926 newspaper building, Magnolia Houston offers plush accommodations in the heart of the city. There’s a...
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Houston is a major football town. Sure, it doesn’t have the rabid fans of Seattle or the history of Wisconsin’s Lambeau Field, but Houston natives take their pigskin seriously. There’s always a game on locally, whether it’s the Super Bowl...
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Houston with Kids. About one-quarter of the city’s population is under 18, which explains why many of the city’s amenities welcome all ages. While some upscale eateries frown on toddlers at the table, most eateries offer booster seats and friendly smiles to families. Some even have crayons and games to occupy little ones. There are dozens of water parks, adventure centers and sport courts for tots to teens, plus nighttime events...
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Texas is loaded with historical sites – and we’re not just talking about the Alamo. In 1836, General Sam Houston won independence for part of what’s now Southeastern Texas at the Battle of San Jacinto. That year, two brothers founded...