Discover the best of Space City with top-rated Houston tours and tickets, bookable on isango at the best prices. The ultimate destination for space aficionados, theatre lovers, foodies, history buffs and vacationers in general, the list of things to do in Houston is simply endless. The fourth largest city in the Unites States boasts great museums, restaurants providing the best of Asian cuisine, a liberal dose of culture, and tons of shopping hubs. Discover the city like a local on action-packed sightseeing tours by handpicked operators and enjoy the best Houston experiences at pocket-friendly prices. Visit attractions like the Houston Space Center, the Museum District, Hermann Park, Houston Zoo, Rice University Campus and check out the vibrant street art scene. Book now: Low price guaranteed!
Space Center Houston: Visit one of the finest interstellar museums in the world. Your trip to Houston just isn’t complete till you’ve visited the Space Center. Check out a flown SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, a jaw-dropping artifact collection, live shows and the NASA Tram Tour at NASA’s Space Center Houston.
Underground Tunnel Tour: Explore the subterranean expanse of Houston on an exciting Underground Tunnel Tour. Discover the history of the tunnels that connect an impressive 95 city blocks and see the only remaining portion of a 1933 hotel.
Museum District: Visit the Museum District, one of the greatest cultural attractions of the city. Out of the 19 museums, 11 are free to the public. So if you’re a history buff on a budget, you know where to go!
Good to know
Best time to visit
February to April and September to November are the best months to visit Houston. Spring and fall are the time when Houston sees tons of events and festivals. If you’re a budget traveler, consider visiting in the summer as hotel rates are much lower. But be warned that the heat and the humidity can be quite oppressive. Summers are also the time when locals head elsewhere to beat the heat, so the city is less crowded and rates are overall more pocket-friendly.
There’s no dearth of options when it comes to getting around in Houston. Buses, metros, cabs, ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft, and low cost bike share programs are the main options. If you are looking to explore actively, then consider booking Houston tours that include roundtrip transportation from your hotel. You can also rent a car and avail online parking reservation services for discounted rates and guaranteed parking space.
Money saving tips
If you’re a budget traveler, worry not! There are always smart and simple ways in which you can save a ton of dough when traveling. Instead of booking attraction tickets individually, go in for attraction passes like the HoustonCityPASS and save big on admission to attractions.
Visit Houston in summer as hotel rates and other prices are much lower than during tourist season. Although the heat can get a tad uncomfortable, you can enjoy more for less as the best bargains and deals are available during that time.
Book tickets online instead of at the ticket booth. Prices online are usually lower and there are lots of offers online that can help you save money. A quick research will tell you what’s the latest deal. You can also join Facebook travel groups as they offer a wealth of helpful tips.
Did you know?
The first word spoken on the moon was ""Houston""!
Either because meals are cheaper than the national average or because there are so many delicious options in the city, Houston residents eat out more times a week than in any other city in the United States.
Houston has the third largest number of languages spoken in the U.S. after NYC and LA. It is estimated that more than 145 languages are spoken in the city.
The BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Houston was the first traditional Hindu temple in the United States and took 28 months to build and assemble.