September 6, 2010 by USA Post
Houston Zoo, The Aquarium, located in downtown Houston. This deposit 500,000 gallons of water that shows a variety of interesting marine creatures smaller fish angel, big sharks and rays. Some of the interesting exhibits include a sunken Mayan temple, a jungle river, sinking coral reefs, an exhibition of tigers, while 100 feet of Fortune, and an underwater, walking through the shark tank. How to hunger miss the wonderful food at the Aquarium Restaurant and check out the gift shop as a souvenir of your day. This will definitely be a day of fun for the whole family.
Bayou Wildlife Park located in Alvin, Texas. Bayou Wildlife Park is a great way to spend the day and experience a safari on the same street in Houston. This wildlife adventure sits on 80-acres and is home to 400 different animals from five continents of the world. This is where more than 40 species around the home call including zebras, water buffalo, emus, ostriches, giraffes, camels and rhinos.
Houston Arboretum and Nature Center located on the west side of Memorial Park. The center allows a good time for locals and tourists alike, allowing everyone the opportunity to encounter nature on a personal level. The Nature Center hosts several workshops on a regular basis. Children can learn about the life of a tree, look at the leaves and seeds under a microscope and discover the names of the animals that live right in your own backyard.
Houston Zoo in Hermann Park in Houston. The zoo occupies 55 acres of land with over 10 attractions to enjoy, you can check Kipp Aquarium, the elephant exhibit, mammals, bird habitats, and more, there is also a water park and a carousel Wildlife for kids. This year, the Zoo is pleased to announce the opening of the new figure of African wild dogs, the three-exhibit houses wild dogs endangered called Aires, Mikita and Blaze. Come and enjoy lunch at one of the great restaurants of the zoo has to offer, or you can bring your lunch and rest in Hermann Park. After lunch check “Experiences of the animals’ attraction free of charge can be seen as experts in the care and feeding of zoo animals for each animal, see the rituals of daily food and how they react to their owners. To end the night, take an evening stroll through the zoo and see the animals as they end their nights and check out their behavior at night.
The Kemah Boardwalk in Kemah Texas is located just a short drive away from Houston and worth every mile. The promenade is filled with carnival-style games, games and food. Younger children will love the Kemah Train and Carousel, and the major rides will love the greats like The Sub Loco, Red Baron Aviator walks. The whole family can get into the action with a custom speedboat ride called Joe’s Boardwalk Beast, the captain and crew (which carry water guns) explosion of the boat in the water at speeds up to 40 kilometers per hour, take note that all wet on this boat ride so be sure to bring a change of clothes. There are a variety of restaurants to choose from the promenade, Salt Grass Steak House, Landry’s Seafood and Crab Shack Joe just to name a few.
There are tons of things to do in Houston for all children young and old will enjoy; we hope that your stay will be long for you to enjoy all that Houston has to offer.
Houston is an active, fun and entertaining things to do, offers something for all ages, no matter what your budget is and when you’re doing the family thing for the day is important to make sure you do is kid friendly. Below is a list that will make your visit memorable Houston families.
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