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Texas Gulf Coast

Home to some of the best beaches in America, the Texas Gulf Coast region draws millions of visitors to this Texas playground. Stretching some 350 miles from South Padre Island & the Rio Grande Valley, all the way to Beaumont & the Louisiana border, this region is renowned for its wildlife & natural beauty, as well as the home of America's space program. Discover the Beaches of the Texas Gulf Coast region.

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Al’s Handmade Boots

(Houston) - Al's Handmade Boots is a family business dedicated to satisfying sophisticated tastes of boot-lovers everywhere. The workshop operates in Houston, TX but serves clients across the USA, Mexico, Germany, Canada, Central America, Argentina, Spain, Ethiopia and anywhere there resides a genuine western boot enthusiast.

American Undersea Warfare Center in Galveston

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

Angleton

(Angleton) - Angleton is a small town steeped in Texas history that sits at the heart of the Texas Gulf Coast. Discover everything that makes this community unique.

Art Museum of Southeast Texas (AMSET)

(Beaumont) - Located in downtown Beaumont, Texas, tourists find a Texas-sized surprise when they visit the Art Museum of Southeast Texas (AMSET), Beaumont's fine art museum. There's so much to see with amazing art exhibits, exciting educational activities and fun-filled family events, people just can't believe they found this treasure.

Bay Area Houston

(Seabrook) - Explore outer space, savor fresh seafood, cruise warm waters and take in the perfect Gulf Coast sunset in Bay Area Houston — the boating capital of Texas.

Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens

(Houston) - 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.

Baytown

(Baytown) - Discover Baytown. Hidden from the big city hustle and bustle, Baytown is one of the Texas Gulf Coast’s best kept secrets. This coastal oasis is rich in history as it shares its bay with the San Jacinto Monument, the birth place of Texas, just a ferry ride away.

Beaumont

(Beaumont) - Discover Beaumont, Texas, a bigtime oil town with plenty of history and outdoor fun that offers a unique blend of cowboy charm and colorful Cajun flair.

Best Western Plus in Seabrook

(Seabrook) - Enjoy all the comforts of home just minutes away from Space Center Houston, Kemah Boardwalk, and Houston's other top attractions at Best Western Plus Seabrook.

Bolivar Peninsula - Crystal Beach

(Crystal Beach) - With 27 miles of gorgeous beaches on the upper Texas coast, beautiful sunrises and world-class fishing, Bolivar Peninsula is a true vacationer’s destination.

Brazosport

(Lake Jackson) - The Brazosport Area is a coastal community located just 50 miles south of Houston that includes Clute, Freeport, Lake Jackson and Surfside Beach. This is your destination if you are looking for sandy beaches and affordable family fun.

Brookwood Community

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

Brownsville

(Brownsville) - Experience Brownsville, Texas, a fascinating town that boasts a blend of Mexican and American culture, an engrossing history, and incredible biodiversity.

Buffalo Soldiers National Museum in Houston

(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.

Chambers Wild

(Anahuac) - Grab your gear and let’s go into the Wild Side of Chambers County to fish, cycle, camp, bird, hunt, paddle, or maybe hike! This is a unique area on the Upper Texas Coast – a nature lover’s dream destination for everything from waters sports to wildlife photography.

Clute

(Clute) - Visit Clute, a lively town situated in the middle of the Brazosport Area that offers plenty of outdoor fun just minutes away from Texas' soft-sanded beaches.

Corpus Christi

(Corpus Christi) - Visit Corpus Christi, Texas and enjoy a rich blend of nature, culture, history and unique entertainment. With over 113 miles of beaches and bay front, Corpus Christi is a vast wonderland of sea, sun and fun!

Corpus Christi Museum of Science & History

( Corpus Christi) - The Corpus Christi Museum of Science & History brings science and history alive for visitors to the Texas beach through its interactive exhibits and programs.

Dance Salad Festival in Houston - MARCH

(Houston) - The Dance Salad Festival in Houston is an international dance festival that brings in top performers from across the world for this cultural event each spring.

Deer Park

(Deer Park) - Visit Deer Park and experience fantastic historical venues including the Battleship TEXAS and San Jacinto Monument, plus great shopping, dining and outdoor attractions.

Dia de los Muertos Festival | OCTOBER

(Corpus Christi) - The Dia de los Muertos festival in Corpus Christi provides educational programming about our cultural diversity and an opportunity for each of us to learn about this rich cultural tradition of Mexico.

Freeport

(Lake Jackson) - Part of the Brazosport Area on the Texas Gulf Coast. Come see where Texas history was made. Muse at the museums. Golf your argyles off. Browse our shops. Fish for our wonders of the sea. Tan, surf, and shell on our beaches. The Brazosport area also offers numerous fine restaurants, and after a fun filled day, visitors can tuck themselves into the many hotels, beach houses and bed & breakfasts in the area. Located 50 miles south of Houston, the Brazosport area consists of eight cities: Clute, Freeport, Jones Creek, Lake Jackson, Oyster Creek Quintana, Richwood, and Surfside Beach.

Galveston Island

(Galveston) - Galveston Island, Texas offers everything in a resort destination - beautiful accommodations, entertainment, shopping, and 32 miles of Gulf Coast beaches. Escape and explore Galveston Island, Texas.

Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier

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

George Ranch Historical Park

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

Harbor House Hotel and Marina - Pier 21

(Galveston) - Harbor House Hotel sits on the site of an early Galveston Steamship Terminal and, today, provides a unique vantage point for watching the activity of a working port. Harbor House is the hotel of choice for cruise ship passengers seeking pre- and post- cruise excursions on the island.

Hard Rock Cafe - Houston, Texas

(Houston) - 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.

Harlingen

(Harlingen) - Harlingen, Texas, is a veritable tropical playground that is known for its fantastic birding, great golf, and limitless supply of things to see and do.

Holiday Inn Club Vacations Galveston Beach Resort

(Galveston) - Unwind on a quiet Galveston beach when you stay at Holiday Inn Club Vacations Galveston Beach Resort, an upscale hotel a few miles south of Galveston.

Holocaust Museum Houston

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

Hotel Galvez & Spa in Galveston

(Galveston) - Stay at the historic Hotel Galvez & Spa in Galveston, a AAA Four-Diamond hotel that offers luxurious accommodations just steps away from sandy beaches.

House of Blues

(Houston) - Just as the world-famous House of Blues showcases a wide range of musical genres onstage, our restaurant experience, Crossroads at House of Blues, celebrates the same spirit of diversity serving up an eclectic mix of sights, sounds and tastes.

Houston

(Houston, Texas, 77010) - Located along the Texas Gulf Coast, Houston strikes a perfect balance of business and pleasure. It is the 4th largest city in the United States and is home to NASA Headquarters, the Texas Medical Center, an internationally-recognized Theater District, a walkable Museum District, and more.

Houston - MapAmerica.com

(Houston) - It’s the oil capital of the world, one of the wealthiest cities on the planet and the fourth largest city in the U.S. - Houston, Texas is a great place to work, to live and an unforgettable place to visit.

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

(Houston) - 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

(Houston) - 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 Italian Festival - OCTOBER

(Houston) - Experience the sights, smells, tastes, and tunes of Italy at the Houston Italian Festival, an immersive cultural event held in Houston in mid-October.

Houston Museum District

(Houston) - Between Downtown Houston and the Texas Medical Center lie 19 museums, each with its own specialty and ambience — all within walking distance of each other.

Houston's Got Game! - JAN 2017

(Houston) - A big congratulations is in order for Texas, more specifically Houston, for winning the bid to have the Big Game 2017 here in Houston at Reliant Stadium! Read all about it here!

Jumper Maybach Fine Art Gallery and Emporium

(Houston) - Jumper Maybach Fine Art Gallery and Emporium is home to clown extraordinaire and international contemporary artist, Jumper Maybach. Located in the historic Houston neighborhood, the Heights, on 19th Street. When you enter Jumper Maybach Fine Art, be prepared to step into a world of color, beauty, and energy.

Karankawa Village

(Matagorda) - Karankawa Village consists of Cattails, a modern-day mercantile store, and The Lodge, a “B&C” (bed and cookies) where visitors can enjoy a night’s stay, nestled in Matagorda, Texas.

Katy Jazz Festival - APRIL

(Katy) - Mark your calendar and save the dates. You will not want to miss out on this GREAT weekend of Live Jazz and Art! The Katy Jazz Festival is once again proud to offer world renowned professional jazz artists, student jazz groups, and professional visual artworks.

Kemah Boardwalk

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

Lake Jackson

(Lake Jackson) - Part of the Brazosport Area on the Texas Gulf Coast. Come see where Texas history was made. Muse at the museums. Golf your argyles off. Browse our shops. Fish for our wonders of the sea. Tan, surf, and shell on our beaches. The Brazosport area also offers numerous fine restaurants, and after a fun filled day, visitors can tuck themselves into the many hotels, beach houses and bed & breakfasts in the area. Located 50 miles south of Houston, the Brazosport area consists of eight cities: Clute, Freeport, Jones Creek, Lake Jackson, Oyster Creek Quintana, Richwood, and Surfside Beach.

Lutcher Theater for the Performing Arts

(Orange) - 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.

Magnolia

(Magnolia) - Serving as the gateway to the Texas piney woods, Magnolia offers an outdoor paradise for birding, cycling, golf and more. With five MS-150 qualifying cycling routes, many travel the scenic Montgomery Trace by bike year-round.

Matagorda County

(Bay City) - Situated where the Colorado River empties into the Gulf of Mexico, Matagorda County is home to miles of glistening, sandy beaches, pristine waters, world-class fishing, and diverse wildlife. In fact, if you like being in and around the water, you may never run out of things to do. From sailing in the Gulf, canoeing down the Colorado, to fresh and saltwater fishing, swimming and surfing, you won't find a better place for family fun.

Midtown Art in the Park - APRIL

(Houston) - Midtown Art in the Park is held every April on the grounds of historic Elizabeth Baldwin Park in the urban core of Houston, TX. Centrally located, Midtown is known for its many attractions including picturesque park spaces, long standing arts organizations, public art and a Cultural Arts District.

Miller Outdoor Theatre

(Houston) - Visit Miller Outdoor Theatre, where fresh air and first rate performances are absolutely free! Those in the know are headed to Miller Outdoor Theatre, located in Houston’s Hermann Park in the Museum District.

Moody Gardens Galveston Island

(Galveston) - From the edge of the Antarctic to the tropical rainforests of Asia, Africa and the Americas, a world of wonder awaits at Moody Gardens, Galveston Island.

Moody Gardens Hotel and Spa

(Galveston) - Those in search of island adventure will find it in abundance at the Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa and Convention Center. Nestled among 242 lush tropical acres on historic Galveston Island, initial introductions to the four diamond tropical gem are awe inspiring.

National Museum of Funeral History

(Houston) - 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.

Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig Museum

(Galveston) - 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.

Old Town Spring

(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.

Orange

(Orange) - The city of Orange is known for its unbeatable experience of a picturesque city brimming with “Small- Town Charm” combined with exciting, engaging, “World-Class Culture” and Events.

Pasadena Strawberry Festival - MAY

(Pasadena) - Home of the World's Largest Strawberry Shortcake, the Pasadena Strawberry Festival is a weekend of live music, carnival rides and games, good food, and more.

Pearland

(Pearland) - With its nationally-acclaimed restaurants, performing arts, and special events, Pearland is the “perfect pick” for your next vacation in the Houston area.

Port Aransas/Mustang Island

(Port Aransas) - Beautiful beaches, vibrant views, and relaxing retreats make Port Aransas, Texas the perfect place to spend a weekend, week or all winter. Soak in the sun, fish the bays, shop coastal stores, birdwatch, charter a boat, and dine out. Visit Port Aransas, Mustang Island, and discover Texas - Island Style.

Port Arthur

(Port Arthur) - Visit Port Arthur and let the good times roll as you enjoy outdoor recreation, fantastic Cajun and southern cuisine and tours of this city’s unique history.

Portland, Texas Travel Guide

(Portland) - Portland's location on two bays provides excellent fishing, boating, sailing, swimming, water skiing and kite surfing. Ten square miles of Texas coastal city is located seven miles from downtown Corpus Christi, fronting the Corpus Christi and Nueces Bay, and is accessible by two major highways- US Highway 181 and State Highway 35.

Riding the Rails to Historic Galveston

(Galveston) - Explore the story of early Texas, from the hardy men and women who settled and farmed the frontier to the financier who made millions buying and selling their cotton . . . and the railroad that tied them together.

Rockport-Fulton

(Rockport) - Few places embody the spirit of the Texas Gulf Coast like the Rockport-Fulton area, a lively beach-side community located northeast of Corpus Christi.

Rosenberg

(Rosenberg) - Travel to the enchanting city of Rosenberg, Texas, and you’ll have fascinating history, metropolitan fun, and outdoor adventure right at your fingertips.

San Jacinto Museum in La Porte

(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.

San Luis Resort Spa and Conference Center

(Galveston) - Pack up the family and head to the premier resort on the Texas Gulf Coast. Bask in sun, take a dip in our cool pool then escape and explore the endless possibilities on Galveston Island.

Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark

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

Shake Rattle and Roll in Pearland - MAY - SEPTEMBER

(Pearland) - There’s a whole lot of shakin’ going on in Pearland this summer! Pearland is a perfect pick for a weekend getaway with amazing cuisine, local theater, nearby museums and unique events.

Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center

(Orange) - Nestled within 252 acres in the heart of Orange, Texas, Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center offers a glimpse of how people can live in harmony with nature, as it strives in its mission to Mentor Children of All Ages to Be Kind to Their World and carries on the vision of H.J. Lutcher Stark, the man who originally developed the gardens more than 60 years ago.

South Padre Island

(South Padre Island) - A coastal resort town on the Gulf of Mexico with five miles of seashore fun, shopping, dining and water activities. The island is also bordered by Laguna Madre Bay and is ecologically significant with 34 miles of sand dunes, water birds, shrimp, and the best deep-sea fishing in Texas.

South Shore Harbour Resort & Conference Center

(League City) - South Shore Harbour Resort and Conference Center combines exceptional meeting and event facilities for family and business gatherings, with ample guest accommodations to make your get-together a success.

Stark Museum of Art

(Orange) - 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.

Sunny Flea Market in Houston

(Houston) - It is one of the largest open-air markets in the country. Through the years, it has created a name for itself and has etched a place in Houston Tradition. Thousands upon thousands come to find a place to shop, eat, and enjoy life.

Texas State Aquarium

(Corpus Christi) - Every visit to the Texas State Aquarium is a chance to make exciting new discoveries and memories to last a lifetime! The Coastal Bend’s most popular visitor attraction invites you to travel on an aquatic journey all the way from the shore to the depths of the Gulf of Mexico. Thousands of animals representing over 320 species inhabit naturalistic and educational exhibits.

The Grand 1894 Opera House

(Galveston ) - 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 theatre in Galveston.

The Health Museum

(Houston) - 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

(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.

The Tremont House in Galveston

(Galveston) - The Tremont House is a popular Galveston hotel located in the Strand Historic District that combines 19th-century elegance with 20th-century sophistication.

The W.H. Stark House

(Orange) - Orange, Texas offers a unique opportunity to tour a three-story Victorian home that was built in the Queen Anne Style in 1894 by William Henry Stark and his wife Miriam M. Lutcher Stark, prominent philanthropists who occupied the home in until 1936.

Thompson’s Antique Center of Texas in Houston

(Houston) - Find art, furniture, rare books, sports memorabilia, or other rare items at Thompson’s Antique Center of Texas, one of the top antique stores in Houston.

Tomball

(Tomball) - Take in all the old-fashioned charm, tour historical sites, and get outdoors when you visit Tomball, a small town located 30 miles northwest of Houston.

USS LEXINGTON Museum On The Bay

(Corpus Christi) - Up every ladder and down every passageway, stories of heroism and liberation unfold. Wartime sights and sounds pull you into the action of combat at sea. From the F-18 Hornet on her Flight Deck to the Dental Clinic and the Engine Room below, the Blue Ghost is a monument of naval history.

Victoria

(Victoria) - With a history dating back to the 1600s, Victoria is one of the oldest cities in Texas. A rich history, diverse culture, outdoor activities and unique festivals make Victoria the perfect spot for a weekend retreat or a base camp for coastal bend adventure.

Victorian Condo-Hotel Resort

(Galveston Island) - Experience all the fun Galveston Island has to offer with all the comfort and luxury of home at the Victorian Condo-Hotel Resort & Conference Center.

Webster

(Webster) - Located halfway between Houston and Galveston, everything is within easy driving distance. Whether you're planning to visit Space Center Houston, Moody Gardens, the Kemah Boardwalk, or the Galveston Beaches, Webster offers everything you'll need to Get Surrounded with activities and excitement!

West Columbia

(West Columbia) - For avocational historians it does not get much better for early Texas History than West Columbia. West Columbia and the surrounding area offer many historical treasures.

Wine Down, Shop Small in Huntsville - MAY

(Huntsville) - Sample fantastic reds and whites from some of the best wineries in Texas at Wine Down, Shop Small, Huntsville's annual event with wine, music, and food.

Wings Over Houston Airshow - OCTOBER

(Houston) - The 32nd annual Commemorative Air Force Wings Over Houston Airshow takes flight Saturday, October 22 and Sunday October 23, 2016 at Ellington Airport with thrilling aerial performances, aerobatics, demonstrations and displays.  A great event for the entire family!

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