As the saying goes, everything is bigger in Texas and speaking of big, Houston is the largest city in the state of Texas. This is a city with a lot to offer and you will not have a problem finding things to do in Houston when visiting the large city.
Downtown Aquarium is both an aquarium and a restaurant and has 200 kinds of fish that live in a half million gallon tank. You can come to watch the fish and have a great meal!
Science lovers should go to the Houston Museum of Natural Science, which was built in 1909. More than two million visitors go there every year to see the four floors full of exhibits, as well as a planetarium, giant screen theater, and a butterfly center. Admission is free and they also host many special events and exhibits throughout the year.
The Houston Zoo has 55 acres and more than 6,000 animals of over 900 species lives there. It is the 10th most visited zoo in the US.
Houston’s climate is a humid subtropical. In the summer it can get to temperatures over 32 °C (90 °F), and the summers are usually very humid. It has mild winters, with the average low being 6 °C (43 °F), which is normally in January.
Come in March for the famous Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the world’s biggest of its kind. It has lots more than just a rodeo, as it features live entertainment, has a special Texan Day where everyone wears western clothing, and there is a special rodeo parade and a championship Bar-B-Que contest.
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