6100 Main Houston
A collaborative culture which crosses disciplines, integrates teaching and research, and intermingles undergraduate and graduate work.
|Holocaust Museum Houston
5401 Caroline St.
A living testimonial to those who died. A place to honor those who survived, and a source of education for present and future generations.
|Rice University Art Gallery
Sewall Hall, Rice University
6100 Main Street
Recognized for dynamic site-specific installation art. The gallery commissions artists to create installations that transform the exhibition space.
6001 Fannin St
The park rests on 401 acres in the heart of the Museum District. Joggers, cyclists and skaters make use of the many paths and trails, while picnicking families flock to the park on weekends.
|Esplanade At Hermann Museum Circle
1 Hermann Museum Circle
Houston, TX 77004
Made famous by children of all ages! A Hermann Park tradition, the train runs daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. $2 admission. For more information, call Buffalo Rides.
This 8-acre masterpiece is newly restored and expanded. The restoration created two new islands for migratory birds. Four-seat pedal boats are available to rent at the boathouse for $7 a half hour.
|Hermann Park Jogging Trail / Marvin Taylor Exercise Trail
Walk, run, or jog under the shade of mature live oak trees planted in memory of World War I veterans. The trail is approximately two miles long and travels through the Park.
|Hermann Park Golf Course
Redesigned in 1997 by Carlton Gibson, who also redesigned The Woodlands TPC Golf Course, this 18-hole challenge is one of Houston's oldest and most popular municipal courses. Call to set up a tee-time
Picnic in the shade or hike on nature trails in the urban forest. Bayou Parkland, flanking Brays Bayou in Hermann Park, offers a relaxing atmosphere for anyone who enjoys the outdoors.
|Miller Outdoor Theater
Obtain a free ticket for the covered seating area or lay on the large, grassy, green hill and enjoy a variety of arts, music, and festivals. Relaxing and entertaining for all ages. Call for show times.
This garden, next to the Jones Reflection Pool, represents serenity and harmony, and is an escape from everyday metropolitan life. Stroll through the shaded paths and take in the beauty and simplicity of Japan.
|The Houston Zoo
1513 MacGregor in Hermann Park
Home to more than 3,500 exotic animals representing more than 700 species. The Houston Zoo is open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. seven days a week.
|Shepherd School of Music
Alice Pratt Brown Hall
Some of the finest performance spaces in the city. Its Stude Concert Hall, Duncan Recital Hall, and Edythe Bates Old Recital Hall enjoy outstanding acoustics and attract audiences of more than 70,000 music lovers each year.
Preserves, promotes and perpetuates the history, tradition and outstanding contributions of the Buffalo Soldiers toward the development and defense of the United States of America.
Museum of Houston
The highest-attended youth museum in the country for its size and dedicated to transforming communities through innovative, child-centered learning.
|Museum of Health
1515 Hermann Dr.
Houston's only interactive science center and a member institution of the world-renowned Texas Medical Center.
|Texas Medical Center
It started with a dream to create a medical center, where people from all walks of life could have access to the best health care anywhere - whether they were rich, poor, famous, alone, young, or old.