What should we not miss in Houston?

I asked where we should hang out in Houston, and these are the responses I got.


  1. joker1203 answered:
    well its the summer so you should go to
    SPLASHTOWN!and maybe discoverygreen. miller theater, and finalfantasy concert coming here soon. :3

    failhaber answered:
    The Water Wall! If you"re going to visit
    here, you have to see the Water Wall lit up.

    gradstudentx answered:
    butterfly museum, a show at the miller
    outdoor theatre, second hand shopping in montrose, and the hobbit cafe

    courtlynndear answered:
    The Art Museum, Childrens Museum & Zoo
    (only if you have kids) and the Galleria Mall, to name a few.

    mlarson answered:
    I"ve never been, but the Rothko Chapel would
    be on my itinerary, with Morton Feldman"s music of the same name on my iPod.

    dallasarts answered:
    Helmut Newton Show at the Musuem of Fine Arts & Project Row Houses.

    chuckeye answered:
    The VanDerBeek exhibit at the Contemporary Arts Museum is awesome. Also, near the Menil, the Joanna has a cool show up.

    thutie answered:
    Ruggles Cafe in Rice Village - it"s delicious. Or Epicure Cafe - yummy desserts.

    helloricha answered:
    Anvil bar, Agoras down the street, Discovery
    Green, Royal Oaks for breakfast pizza and mimosa pitcher! :)

    bisouxoxo answered:
    Beck"s Prime! Best burger I"ve ever eaten.
    Also, Niko Niko"s for Greek and Ninfa"s for Mexican.

    erasorhed answered:
    Go to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, please,
    for the love of a good moviegoing experience, esp. if you"ve never been to one!

    armindak answered:

    audrey-o said:
    Also, check out the Houston Center for Photography (right next to Menil)--exhibits & a photog library in the back. Check out Agora (coffee/wine bar) and the crepe street cart next
    to it. And get fajitas at Lupe Tortilla. Have fun!

    audrey-o answered:
    Second Saturdays at Winter St. and Spring St Artist Studios: winterstreetstudios.inf…

    adamnorwood answered:
    The MFA (if you have time + strength left),
    the Menil bookstore, Hermann Park, Rice University, a walk around
    Montrose neighborhood, maybe?