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Texas Attractions

From towering roadside statues to world-class art museums, Texas has it all. With so much to see and do in just about every small town and big city, it's no wonder people say everything is bigger in Texas. If you're planning your next vacation to the Lone Star State, or you're trying to get an idea of what the state has to offer, take a look at our list of Texas attractions. We've got everything you need to know about many of the top attractions in Texas, including some of the best zoos in the country and numerous scenic parks and wildlife refuges.

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Texas Mountain Trail Region

Discover the Texas Mountain Trail Region, a land of exotic beauty, stark contrasts, endless adventure, and fascinating history home to Big Bend and El Paso.


Austin’s Blanton Museum of Art

Visit the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, a world-class art museum with a collection of works from across the globe – including Ellsworth Kelly’s Austin.

Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin

There's only one place in Texas where conquistadors, cowboys, buffalo soldiers, oil barons, and suffragists gather around a campfire to swap stories — the Bullock Texas State History Museum.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Explore the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, a showcase featuring nine acres of beautiful native Texas gardens and a 16-acre arboretum.

Texas Historical Commission

Explore West Texas forts, visit the homes of American heroes, and experience the Storied Sites of Texas at the Texas Historical Commission's 22 historic sites.

Texas State Parks

From the arid deserts of far West Texas to the forests of the Piney Woods, the more than 90 Texas state parks offer a nearly limitless amount of adventure.

Texas State Parks in South Texas

See what the state parks in South Texas have to offer, from birding at Resaca de la Palma State Park to fishing at Lake Casa Blanca International State Park.

Texas State Parks near Abilene, Amarillo & Midland

Caprock Canyons State Park, Copper Breaks State Park, and Monahans Sandhills State Park are just three of the amazing state parks in the Texas Panhandle Plains.

Texas State Parks near Austin

Longhorn Cavern State Park, McKinney Falls State Park, Blanco State Park, and Mother Neff State Park are just a few of the many Texas state parks near Austin.

Texas State Parks near Dallas

Eisenhower State Park, Lake Arrowhead State Park, and Lake Mineral Wells State Park are among the many beautiful Texas state parks near Dallas and Fort Worth.

Texas State Parks near El Paso & Big Bend

Hueco Tanks State Historic Site is just one of the many Texas state parks near El Paso and Big Bend that offer endless adventure.

Texas State Parks near Houston

Explore both the Texas Gulf Coast and the Piney Woods at the many Texas state parks near Houston, including Sea Rim State Park and Huntsville State Park.

Texas State Parks near San Antonio

Discover a few of the Texas state parks near San Antonio, including Devil's Sinkhole State Natural Area and Seminole Canyon State Park & Historic Site.

Texas State Parks near Tyler

Experience the pristine beauty of East Texas when you visit one of the Texas state parks near Tyler, including Tyler State Park and Daingerfield State Park.


Art Museum of Southeast Texas in Beaumont

The Art Museum of Southeast Texas is a fine art museum in Beaumont that showcases a collection of regional Texas art along with art education programs.

Beaumont Botanical Gardens

Beaumont Botanical Gardens is located in Tyrrell Park and is maintained by the Beaumont Council of Garden Clubs with the support of the City of Beaumont.


Brookwood Community

At the Brookwood Community, we cherish the slow life. We plan our schedules around surprise conversations, unintended celebrations, or pauses for prayer.


Downtown Bryan

Experience exciting annual events like the Texas Reds Steak & Grape Festival (Sept. 27 - 29), listen to live music, and enjoy delicious food in Downtown Bryan.

Messina Hof Winery

The Messina Hof legacy began 40 years ago, with an experimental vineyard and fifty varietals of grapes. Thousands of awards and a generation later, Messina Hof continues to be at the forefront of the Texas wine industry.

The Theatre Company of Bryan/College Station

The Theatre Company of Bryan-College Station is a community theater performance group dedicated to the presentation of high quality productions suitable for family audiences at an affordable price.


Tejas Rodeo Company

For over 9 years, Tejas Rodeo Company has been a hidden gem, tucked away in the corner of Bulverde, Texas, providing San Antonio visitors with a unique and truly Texan experience; a live pro rodeo, a live dance, and tons of delicious eats.


Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Explore the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, TX. Discover the history of pioneers and Native Americans through art, artifacts and fossils.


Brazosport Center for the Fine Arts and Sciences

The Center for the Arts and Sciences is where the heritage, talents and history of the area are on display. The Center is home to BASF Planetarium, Brazosport Symphony Orchestra, Brazosport Art League, Brazosport Museum of Natural Science, and Brazosport Center Stages.

College Station

Brazos Valley Museum Collective

The Brazos Valley Museum Collective is a group of museums and galleries in College Station exhibiting natural, presidential, military and other historical pieces.

George Bush Presidential Library and Museum

Discover the life and career of the 41st President of the United States, George Bush, at the George Bush Presidential Library & Museum in College Station.

Museum of the American G.I. in College Station

The Museum of the American G.I. in College Station houses restored classic military vehicles, and is the home of the exciting Living History Weekend.

Corpus Christi

Art Museum of South Texas in Corpus Christi | Tour Texas

Art is life – meant to be explored from many different angles. The Art Museum of South Texas (AMST), makes exploring those many angles possible by bringing a new perspective to the Coastal Bend community.


The USS Lexington Museum on the Bay is a National Historic Landmark and home to incredible tours of the world's oldest remaining aircraft carrier.

Waves Resort in Corpus Christi Featuring Schlitterbahn Waterpark

The hottest, coolest time in Texas – revisited. Schlitterbahn® has been a favorite with adults and kids alike for generations. Our park includes fun-filled rides including the Torrent River, Boogie Bahn, and the Bay and Bahn Blasters), the longest Schlitterbahn® lazy river in Texas, lots of shade and palapas, and private beaches, each at the very heart of our resort.


Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

Explore the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, a world-class oasis featuring finely manicured gardens, dining, and events including Dallas Blooms.

George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas

Visit the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas to experience one of the presidential libraries in Texas for yourself and learn U.S. history.

Reunion Tower in Dallas

See Dallas like never before from Reunion Tower, featuring a 470-foot high indoor/outdoor observation deck and two rotating restaurants.

State Fair of Texas in Dallas

Experience the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, a 24-day showcase of Texas tradition that features concerts, Midway rides and games, and spectacular cuisine.

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

The award-winning Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Dallas preserves thousands of pieces of history related to the life and death of President John F. Kennedy.


Denton Firefighters’ Museum

The Denton Firefighters’ Museum takes visitors on a journey to honor brave firefighters both past and present.

Dripping Springs

Texas Hill Country Olive Company in Dripping Springs

The Texas Hill Country Olive Company is an award-winning maker of authentic olive oils and balsamic vinegars, offering tastings, tours, events and more.

El Paso

Longhorn Charter Bus Company in El Paso

Longhorn Charter Bus makes it easy to travel with your group in El Paso and throughout the rest of Texas.

Fort Worth

Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Fort Worth

Tour the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Fort Worth to see billions of dollars being printed and discover the history behind the printing process.


National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg

The National Museum of the Pacific War is a hidden gem in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. It is the only museum in the nation dedicated entirely to the story of WWII in the Pacific.

Pioneer Museum in Fredericksburg

The Pioneer Museum in Fredericksburg offers fascinating looks back into the life of 19th-century settlers through tours of 11 historic homes and buildings.


Texas Tropical Trail Region

Explore the Texas Tropical Trail Region, a culturally diverse area and naturally beautiful area that covers the southern tip of the Lone Star State.


Galveston Naval Museum in Galveston

Tour the submarine USS Cavalla – avenger of Pearl Harbor – and the destroyer escort USS Stewart at the American Undersea Warfare Center in Galveston.

Moody Gardens in Galveston

Visit Moody Gardens in Galveston, one of the top 10 attractions in Texas! Come and explore the Aquarium, Rainforest zoo, and science Discovery pyramids.

Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig Museum

Explore the world of underwater oil and gas drilling at the Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig Museum in Galveston, a retired rig turned modern museum.

Pier 21 Galveston

Pier 21 is a waterfront entertainment and dining destination located on Galveston’s Historic Harbor in the Historic Strand Seaport area. Pier 21 offers a variety of attractions and restaurants, as well as, lodging at the Pier’s exclusive Harbor House Hotel and Marina.

Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark

Visit Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark for 26 acres of thrilling waterslides, wave pools, lazy rivers, private cabanas, great food, and family fun.

The Bryan Museum in Galveston

The Bryan Museum, located in the historic Galveston Orphans Home, houses The Bryan Collection, one of the world's largest collections of historical artifacts, documents, and artwork relating to Texas and the American West.


The Grand 1894 Opera House

World-class concerts, Broadway musicals, stars of stage and screen, and other unforgettable performances can be seen at The Grand 1894 Opera House, a historic theater in Galveston.

Galveston Island

Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier

Dive into the fun at Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier. Featuring amusement rides, midway games, shopping and dining options over the Gulf of Mexico.

Glen Rose

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center

Explore Fossil Rim Wildlife Center in Glen Rose, Texas, a 1,800-acre wildlife preserve where 1,100 rare and endangered animals roam free in natural habitats.


Grapevine Vintage Railroad

All aboard the Grapevine Vintage Railroad, a 1920’s-era train that runs between Grapevine and the historic Fort Worth Stockyards or the Trinity River area.


Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens

Discover Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens, part of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, one of the world's finest treasuries of American furnishings and art.

Buffalo Soldiers National Museum in Houston

Step back in time at the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum in Houston, Texas, preserving the legacy of the African-American soldier in the United States.

Hard Rock Cafe - Houston, Texas

There’s nothing humble about Hard Rock Cafe Houston.  Located in the glittery theater district, a 35-foot replica of the Stevie Ray Vaughan Gibson Firebird guitar lights the way to the most Rockin’ place in the city.

Holocaust Museum Houston

The Holocaust Museum Houston, located in the Houston Museum District, tells the Holocaust story through memorable exhibits, architecture, events, and education.

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

Enjoy exhibitions of fine contemporary craft, visit with resident artists, and shop for one-of-a-kind gifts at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.

Houston City Pass

Fast track your way through Houston's top five must-see attractions like Space Center Houston, The Health Museum, The Children's Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts with an oh-so-helpful CityPass.

Houston Museum District

The Houston Museum District is one of the most popular attractions in Houston with world-class art and experiences in 19 museums in four walkable zones.

Jumper Maybach Fine Art Gallery and Emporium

The Jumper Maybach Fine Art Gallery and Emporium in Houston is the home of artist and clown Jumper Maybach, featuring incredible pop and abstract artworks.

Miller Outdoor Theatre in Houston

Enjoy the arts in the open air at Miller Outdoor Theatre, with more than 100 shows a year including musicals, plays, concerts, film screenings, and more.

National Museum of Funeral History

The National Museum of Funeral History in Houston is the world's largest collection of artifacts and replicas from memorial and burial services around the globe.

Rice Village in Houston

Rice Village, one of the popular Houston neighborhoods to visit, provides some of the best shopping, dining, murals, and nightlife in the city.

The Health Museum

Discover the fascinating workings of the human body at The Health Museum in Houston, with interactive exhibits and games, experimental lab, and a 4D theater.

The Heritage Society in Houston

The Heritage Society in Sam Houston Park is the only outdoor park and museum in Houston, with historic buildings, rare artifacts, Museum Gallery and gift shop.


Hill Country Arts Foundation

Actors, singers, directors, musicians, and technicians enjoy performing on the Hill Country Arts Foundation’s Smith-Ritch Point Theatre, a 500-seat outdoor amphitheater with the Guadalupe River as the backdrop and the moon and stars as the ambient house lighting.


Irving Arts Center

The performing and fine arts community in Irving welcomed a new home in 1990 with the completion of the Irving Arts Center. The Arts Center's 10-acre complex, nestled in the heart of Dallas-Fort Worth, features two fully-equipped theaters; four galleries; meeting, classroom, reception and rehearsal facilities; and a verdant sculpture garden. The Arts Center - a department of the City of Irving - was designed to accommodate a wide range of cultural and civic needs.


Kemah Boardwalk

Stay, play, eat, and shop at the Kemah Boardwalk, a premier entertainment destination overlooking Galveston Bay located about 20 miles from downtown Houston.


Cailloux Theater in Kerrville

Since 2012, The Cailloux Performances have offered outstanding entertainment and enlightenment to Kerrville and The Hill Country!

Kerr Arts and Cultural Center

We welcome you to experience all KACC has to offer to artists and those who appreciate art of all kinds.

Museum of Western Art

The Museum of Western Art in Kerrville presents cowboy art, paintings, sculptures, and artifacts dedicated to preserving the heritage of the American West.

Playhouse 2000 in Kerrville

Playhouse 2000 is Kerrville’s Community Theater, presenting a full slate of plays and musicals each year. We are supported by volunteers who enhance the arts for our community.

Riverside Nature Center

Riverside Nature Center is a place for children of all ages to learn about, experience and care for the wonders of the natural world.

The Coming King Foundation Sculpture Prayer Garden

The unique contemporary cross sculpture has become a major Kerrville landmark to millions of people across the USA and world. 77 Bible verses from the Old and New Testaments leading to the cross are inscribed on 16” Scripture Tiles, in three languages. Four Prayer Plaques can be found inside the massive cross, where people pray and are changed forever.

La Porte

San Jacinto Museum in La Porte

Visit The Battle of San Jacinto battleground at the San Jacinto Museum of History in La Porte. Includes Battleship TEXAS, marsh boardwalk, monument, museum, and library.


Museum of Texas Tech University in Lubbock

Explore world culture and admire a vast collection of art and historic artifacts at the Museum of Texas Tech University, one of the top attractions in Lubbock.


Texas Pecos Trail Region

Discover the Texas Pecos Trail Region, a 22-county area in West Texas home to plenty of natural wonders and a distinct Western history and heritage.


Lutcher Theater for the Performing Arts

Hit Broadway musicals, high-profile performers, and award-winning stars is exactly what you’ll find at the Lutcher Theater, a superb venue in Orange, Texas.

Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center in Orange

Visit Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center, a world-class facility with plenty of things to see nestled on 252 acres in the heart of Orange, Texas.

Stark Museum of Art

Visit the Stark Museum of Art, one of the top attractions in Orange, Texas, that features a significant collection of Western American and Native American art.

The W.H. Stark House in Orange

Visit the W.H. Stark House in Orange, the historic home of the prominent Stark family adorned with a collection of antique furniture, cut glass, and art.


Texas State Railroad

Enjoy a scenic train ride through the beautiful East Texas Piney Woods aboard a vintage steam engine with the Texas State Railroad in Palestine and Rusk, TX.


Texas Hill Country Trail Region

Stretching from Austin and San Antonio to Crystal City and Lampasas, the Texas Hill Country Trail Region has an endless supply of bucket-list worthy adventures.


Heritage Farmstead Museum

Experience life in the early 20th century in North Texas at the Heritage Farmstead Museum in Plano, the premier living history attraction in the Dallas area.

Port Arthur

Museum of The Gulf Coast in Port Arthur

Visit the Museum of the Gulf Coast in Port Arthur, home to Janis Joplin relics, a sports hall of fame, incredible wildlife and history displays, and more.


George Ranch Historical Park

The George Ranch Historical Park in Richmond, Texas, is a living history ranch featuring four historic homes, costumed presenters, and authentic period activities.

Texas Independence Trail Region

Explore the Texas Independence Trail Region to see many of the historic sites, forts, and towns that played a role in the birth of the Republic of Texas.

San Antonio

Amazing Mirror Maze in San Antonio

Discover the Amazing Mirror Maze in San Antonio, the largest mirror maze in Texas and one the most unique attractions in San Antonio and the Alamo Plaza.

Briscoe Western Art Museum

Nestled along the banks of San Antonio's iconic River Walk, the Briscoe Western Art Museum is dedicated to Western art.

Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum

View hundreds of rare animal exhibits, have a drink, eat Texan fare, and browse authentic Texas Ranger pieces at the Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum.

Extreme Escape in San Antonio

Evade a horde of zombies, defeat the Master of Illusion, and use your mental and physical abilities to beat the clock at Extreme Escape in San Antonio.

GO RIO River Walk Cruises in San Antonio

Discover San Antonio's vibrant culture and rich history and take in all the fascinating sites of the San Antonio River Walk on a tour with GO RIO River Cruises.

Guinness World Records Museum

Explore the Guinness World Records Museum in San Antonio, an amazing attraction full of fantastic feats and outright outlandish oddities from around the world.

Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio

Discover the dozens of cultures that contributed their heritage and traditions to the Texan identity at the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio.

Market Square in San Antonio

Market Square in San Antonio is the largest Mexican market in the U.S., with over 100 shops, world-famous Mexican restaurants, and fantastic annual events.

McNay Art Museum

Experience an extraordinary fine art collection at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, featuring a permanent collection of priceless works by renowned masters.

Natural Bridge Caverns in San Antonio

Experience the wonder of Texas' largest underground attraction, Natural Bridge Caverns, offering guided tours, zip lining, gem mining, and more.

Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch in San Antonio

Embark on a remarkable wildlife safari in Texas at Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, set on 400 acres of rolling hills and creek beds just north of San Antonio.

Ripley's Haunted Adventure

Face your fears at Ripley's Haunted Adventure in San Antonio, a haunted house in the Alamo Plaza where garish ghouls and things that go bump in the night lurk.

San Antonio Botanical Garden

Stop and smell the roses, take a nature walk, and admire historic houses when you visit the San Antonio Botanical Garden, a popular attraction in San Antonio.

San Antonio Zoo

Feed a giraffe by hand and create one-of-a-kind family memories while enjoying amazing animals at San Antonio Zoo, open year round.

SeaWorld San Antonio

For up-close animal encounters, both SeaWorld and Aquatica offer a variety of programs with beluga whales, sea lions, penguins and more. There are also exclusive dining opportunities to make your vacation memorable.

Splashtown San Antonio

Boasting 50 rides and attractions, Splashtown San Antonio is a water park with plenty for thrill seekers and those looking to escape the heat of a Texas summer.

The Witte Museum in San Antonio

Visit the Witte Museum in San Antonio, where Texas heritage, natural history and science come to life through thousands of artifacts and dozens of exhibits.

Tomb Rider 3D in San Antonio

Journey into the ancient tomb of Anubis and vie for the high score at Tomb Rider 3D, a thrilling interactive attraction located in San Antonio's Alamo Plaza.

Tower of the Americas in San Antonio

The Tower of the Americas is the tallest building in San Antonio and an exciting tourist destination, with amazing views, fine dining, and entertainment.

San Marcos

Wonder World Park in San Marcos

Welcome to Wonder World Park, a one-of-a-kind Theme Park, known as the 1st show cave in Texas. Visitors have enjoyed touring the Balcones Fault Line Cave for over 105 years, and now, the park has many other attractions for family fun and entertainment.


Ghost Horse Gallery in Silverton

Visit the Ghost Horse Gallery in Silverton to see the spectacular works of Tammy Lynne Penn, who brings to life the animals of far West Texas through her art.


Old Town Spring

Old Town Spring is a community rich in historic heritage dating back to the 1800’s. Today, the Town showcases an old-town atmosphere of historic buildings home to an array of specialty shops where one can find over 120 shopping opportunities. You will find antiques, home décor, women & children’s boutiques, art and wine and many tasty restaurants. The tree canopied streets give shoppers an opportunity to stroll and escape the busiest of life.


Cameron Park Zoo in Waco

Discover the Cameron Park Zoo in Waco, Texas. Home to over 1,700 animals from all over the world, the Cameron Park Zoo is situated on 52 acres of lush landscaping and beautiful animal habitats.

Dr Pepper Museum in Waco

The Dr Pepper Museum in Waco details the history of the soft drink industry, with rare memorabilia, amazing demos, a soda shop, gift shop, and more.

Magnolia Market in Waco

Browse the collection of home decor, get a bite to eat, and relax on the grassy lawn of Chip & Joanna Gaines' Magnolia Market at the Silos in Waco.


Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site

Experience Texas history at Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site, home to Independence Hall, the Star of the Republic Museum, and the Barrington Living History Farm.


Scarborough Renaissance Festival - APRIL/MAY

The Scarborough Renaissance Festival, early April through Memorial Day, is a top thing to do in Waxahachie, with 16th-century entertainment, food and artisans.


Clark Gardens Botanical Park

This breathtaking 50-acre oasis awakens the senses, stirs the spirit and relaxes the mind. From the first spring blossoms to the colorful fall, there is a sense of magic.

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