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Houston, Population 1,630,553.00, 4th Largest City in the Nation.

Sights:
There is so much to do in Houston, for people of all ages. Fron Astroworld to the many museums and parks, from NASA, to the theatre, Houston has whatever activity interest you and your family. Here is a list of some of the many avtivitys Houston has to offer.

Alkek Veldorome
Allens Landing, Old Market Square
Alley Theater
Anheauser Busch Brewery Tour
Armand Bayou Nature Center
Astrodomain
AstroWorld/ WaterWorld
Battleship Texas
Bayou Bend Collection
Burke Baker Planetarium
Celebration Station
Children's Museum
Christ Church Cathedral
Civic Center
Clear Lake Queen
Contemporary Art's Museum
Cynthia Wood's Mithcell Pavillion
Fame City Waterworks
FunPlex
Houston Arboretum and Nature Center
Houston Fire Museum
Houston Garden Center
Houston Museum of Natural Science
IMAX Theatre
Houston Underground
Houston Zoological Gardens
Japenese Gardens
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
Menil Museum
Miller Outdoor Theatre
Museum of Fine Arts
Oil Ranch
Orange Show
Port of Houston
Railroad Train Museum
Rothko Chapel
Sam Houston Historical Park
San Jacinto Battleground State Park
Houston Space Center
Texas Limited
Texas Medical Center
Traders Village
Visitor Information Center

Major annual events in the Houston include the Houston Livestock show and Rodeo in late Feb, and early March, largest livestock exposition in the state with championship cowboys and popular entertainers. Houston International Festival each April celebrates the preforming and visual arts with 10-day outdoor festival of multicultural music, dance, arts, crafts, and food. For full details about Houston's abundant attractions and events, stop at the city's visitors center.



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