Attractions in Bay Area Houston
Miles of gorgeous coastlines, and one of the best boating lakes in Texas are among the many attractions in Bay Area Houston. Looking to enjoy a fun afternoon with the family? Head to the Kemah Boardwalk, where you’ll find amusement park rides, fantastic restaurants, and all sorts of shops to browse. Want to go kayaking or brush up on your sailing skills? Then make your way to one of the parks on the shores of Clear Lake. Along with all the outdoor opportunities, restaurants, and entertainment center, there are museums to explore, unique historical sites to visit, and so much more. Check out our list of attractions in Bay Area Houston so you don’t miss a thing during your visit.
Bay Area Museum
Explore the fascinating history and heritage of the Bay Area at the Bay Area Museum, housed within a former Presbyterian church built in 1936. Browse the museum’s diverse collection of NASA memorabilia, antique clothing and dishware, and historic photographs that tell the story of the area’s people. Don’t miss the Saibara family collection, which explores the town of Webster’s strong connection to Japan. The museum is open Wednesday through Sunday.
5000 NASA Road 1
Seabrook, TX 77586
Dr. Ned and Fay Dudney Clear Creek Nature Park
Immerse yourself in the captivating coastal charm of Bay Area Houston with a tour of the Dr. Ned and Fay Dudney Clear Creek Nature Park. Covering 148 acres of wetlands and coastal terrain, the park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including many species of birds that either live here or migrate through the area. All of the wildlife can be seen from the observation trail and the various bird blinds located throughout the park.
1220 Egret Bay Boulevard North
League City, TX 77573
Space Center Houston
“Houston, we have a problem.” This line forever connected the city of Houston to NASA and space exploration. Even to this day, Houston is known as “Space City,” and its NBA team is called the Houston Rockets. The city of Houston’s history with NASA goes back several decades, so there’s a lot of history to learn about. Tour the historic mission control room, check out the exhibits of space center plaza, and so much more at Space Center Houston.
1601 NASA Road 1
Houston, TX 77058