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Hot Deals in Houston

The fourth largest city in the country, Houston, is filled with hot deals for the summer.   Go to www.visithoustontexas.com for more information and discounts.

Hotel ICON - Congress Street entrance
Hotel ICON

Hotel ICON

Houston’s luxurious Hotel ICON invites you to “Discover Downtown” with exclusive, value added components on Friday or Saturday night stays.  With the Discover Downtown package, you’ll enjoy overnight accommodations, breakfast for two at the LINE & LARIAT  and receive insider perks at the GreenStreet District (a short walk from the hotel) including a $25 Spare Bucks gift card good towards bowling and shoe rental at Lucky Strike, VIP access to the House of Blues Foundation Room, and free dessert with purchase at the House of Blues restaurant.   Hotel ICON is a boutique property belonging to Marriott’s Autograph Collection.  To make a reservation, visit www.hotelicon.com.

Hotel ICON - lobby
Hotel ICON lobby

Miller Outdoor Theatre

The always free Miller Outdoor Theatre in Herman Park offers daytime programs designed for kids and evening family-friendly performances of classical music,  dance, Shakespeare,  musical theater, movies and more.  This summer, audiences will enjoy the Houston Symphony,  Hairspray, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Latin Jazz Jam, The Merchant of Venice, and more.  Check the website for a performance calendar and information on ticketing for the covered seating.  Bring a  lawn chair,  a picnic basket, and enjoy the show!  The season runs from March through November.

Houston Museum of Natural Science
Houston Museum of Natural Science


Houston CityPASS

Visit five Houston attractions for $51 adults and $41 for children ages 3 to 11. Includes prepaid admission to the Space Center Houston, Downtown Aquarium, Houston Museum of Natural Science, a choice between the Houston Zoo OR Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, as well as, a choice between Kemah Boardwalk  OR the Children’s Museum of Houston.  Houston CityPASS is good for nine days, beginning with the first day of use.

Children’s Museum of Houston





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