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  • Graham Memorial Auditorium

    This 780-seat theater, originally built in 1929, hosts live music performances ranging from jazz artists to visiting symphonies. More
  • Grapevine Vintage Railroad

    Jump on board the Tarantual Train made up of two Victorian-style locomotives—one of which is the South’s oldest continuously operating steam engine... More
  • Green Boutique

    Stop in for distinct and eco-friendly gifts such as silky pajamas made from bamboo fibers, copper bells hailing from India, and bath salts and scru... More
  • Gruene Hall

    Gruene (pronounced green) is famous throughout Texas thanks to this 1878 saloon, the oldest in the state. The tap doesn’t run dry at the Gruene’s n... More
  • Guadalupe Mountains National Park

    Straddling the Texas/New Mexico border, the remote Guadalupe Mountains National Park is rife with desert fauna. Stop by the park visitor center for... More
  • Halcyon

    Coffeehouse by day and lounge by night, Halcyon stands on the corner of Fourth and Lavaca Streets, at the center of the Warehouse District. The hig... More
  • Hamilton Pool Preserve

    Long privately held but open to the public because its owners didn't feel right about not sharing it, Hamilton Pool is now the centerpiece of a nat... More
  • Hamilton Shirts

    Established in 1883, when two brothers opened a dry-goods store downtown and began outfitting Houston's emerging upper class of cattlemen and cotto... More
  • Harry Ransom Center

    The Harry Ransom Center, on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, has an enormous collection of literary manuscripts — more than 36 m... More
  • Hermann Park

    Rearing up at the main gateway, an equestrian statue of Sam Houston keeps watch over the 445 acres of Hermann Park, which is nearing completion of ... More
  • Hill Country Wildlife Museum

  • Historic Jefferson Ghost Walk

    On Friday and Saturday nights, join resident historian Jodi Breckenridge on tours of Jefferson—said to be the most haunted town in Texas—where she ... More
  • Houston Dairymaids

    Seasoned cheese professional Lindsey Schechter started Houston Dairymaids in 2008 dedicated to finding the best artisan cheese makers in Texas and ... More
  • Houston Grand Opera

    Nationally and internationally recognized, the Houston Grand Opera is the only opera company in the world to win a Tony, two Grammy and two Emmy Aw... More
  • Insight Gallery

    Step into this historic Main Street building to see paintings and sculptures by American artists, many of whom focus on Texas and southwest subject... More

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