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    »Battleship Texas

    On most battlegrounds you would not find a battleship, but San Jacinto State Historical Park is a definite exception to the rule. This majestic ship is berthed on the Houston Ship Channel at the edge of the park. She is the only survivor of the World War I dreadnoughts and also served as a flagship for the World War II D-Day invasion in 1944. President Eisenhower, a native Texan, presided over the dedication ceremony when the ship was retired, and the U.S. Navy has proudly preserved and restored her in the years since. Visitors are welcome to explore most parts of the ship. Tours are available, and many areas display items and memorabilia from ship life.

    3523 Independence Parkway South
    La Porte, TX 77571

    »San Jacinto State Historical Park

    San Jacinto State Historical Park is the battleground where Texas won its independence from Mexico in 1836. After the Alamo, General Santa Anna's large force chased Sam Houston's small army across Texas and was soundly defeated at this site. A limestone and concrete monument rises 570 feet above the coastal flatlands to pay tribute to the historical event. At the base of the monument you will find the Museum of Texas History, and the Battleship Texas is berthed in the ship channel at the edge of the park.

    Marker Drive & Vista Road
    La Porte, TX 77571

    »Sheldon Lake State Park

    This pleasant lake in East Houston is a citywide favorite for a little dose of the great outdoors. The park has several features, the most obvious of which is Sheldon Lake itself. The lake is open to the public and mostly used for fishing, wildlife spotting and boating, although there are some regulations concerning boat horsepower. The park also has the Environmental Learning Center, which teaches children about wildlife, birding and fishing and hosts all kinds of nature-oriented youth programs. Finally, the John Jacob Observation Tower is an 82-foot tall tower providing expansive views of the lake, park and for miles and miles in every direction.

    15315 Beaumont Highway
    Houston, TX 77049

    »Baytown Nature Center

    Home to more than 300 species of birds, the Baytown Nature Center is a 450-acre (182-hectare) peninsula surrounded by three bays. Not just for bird-watching and appreciating nature, the center also has other outdoor recreational activities including fishing and a children’s playground built around a nature theme. Another attraction is the butterfly garden which features a colorful medley of flowers and native plants carefully placed to attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Be prepared to walk or bike when you visit since vehicle movement is restricted here to protect the natural habitat of the wildlife. Open 365 days except during extreme weather conditions, the gates open to the public 30 minutes before sunrise and close 30 minutes after sunset. Admission costs USD3 for adults and children above 12 years.

    6213 Bayway Drive
    Baytown, TX 77520

    »Villa De Matel Convent

    If you are looking for old Northern Italian architecture and a charmingly designed church, come visit this beautiful chapel known as Villa De Matel Convent. Built in the Lombard Romanesque style by Maurice J. Sullivan in 1928, it was the proudest of his creations. The sisters who decided to build the chapel in the 1920s asked him to create a building that would "be as good in 500 years as on the day of completion". He accomplished exactly that. Located on a sprawling 70 plus acres near South Wayside in southeast Houston, the grounds are home to the Sisters of Charity and Sisters of Incarnate Word private novitiate and mother house.

    6510 Lawndale Street
    Houston, TX 77023

    »The Orange Show

    The Orange Show is a cultural monument built by Jeff McKissack, a Houston postman. It is a tribute to the orange, which he thought was the most perfect fruit. Construction began in 1956 and took 25 years to build. Today, the structure stands as an architectural marvel that comprises arenas, balconies, walkways and colorful mosaics. The Orange Show is dedicated to folk art and is governed by The Orange Show Foundation, which organizes various cultural programs.

    2402 Munger Street
    Houston, TX 77023

    »Al Shareef Masjid

    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Al Shareef Masjid organizes lectures and seminars and also celebrations of the Muslim festivals. Prayers, meetings and discussions are held to keep the community informed.

    7428 Lindencrest Street
    Houston, TX 77061

    »NASA-Houston Space Center

    The Houston Space Center is an exploration of the history of space. Journey into the past, present, and future of Nasa's incredible space flight program. The Official Visitor center of NASA's Johnson Space Center.

    1601 Nasa Road 1
    Baytown, Texas 77058

    »Guadalupe Plaza Park

    The bright colors and intriguing design of the Spanish-styled Guadalupe Plaza Park invites seekers of shade, recreation, and leisure to partake in its offerings. Located along the Buffalo Bayou, this park features walkways, performing space, fountains,  and also a landing area for boats, thus making it quite an ideal destination for leisure. Do call to know more.

    2311 Runnels Street
    Houston, TX 77002

    »Battleship Texas

    On most battlegrounds you would not find a battleship, but San Jacinto State Historical Park is a definite exception to the rule. This majestic ship is berthed on the Houston Ship Channel at the edge of the park. She is the only survivor of the World War I dreadnoughts and also served as a flagship for the World War II D-Day invasion in 1944. President Eisenhower, a native Texan, presided over the dedication ceremony when the ship was retired, and the U.S. Navy has proudly preserved and restored her in the years since. Visitors are welcome to explore most parts of the ship. Many areas display items and memorabilia from ship life.

    527 Battleground Road
    Baytown, Texas 77520

    »Saint Arnold Brewing Company

    Saint Arnold of Austria (580-640 CE) is credited with the great miracle of quenching the thirst of his many caretakers with only one cup of beer that never ran dry. Saint Arnold Brewing Company, started in 1994 by two Rice University graduates, is the city's first microbrewery and is named after this saint. No brewing additives or preservatives are used, and to keep it pure, there is no pasteurization. Examples of the company's bestsellers include Kristall Weizen, Brown and Amber Ale. The brewery is not open for general drinking, but you can take tours on Saturday from 11a to 2p with tours leaving on the hour and 3p on weekdays. A beer tasting comes with every tour and unlike Saint Arnold, you won't have to share.

    2000 Lyons Avenue
    Houston, TX 77020

    »Buffalo Bayou Park

    Buffalo Bayou Park is a lush 124-acre park, where everyone can come to soothe the senses. Eleanor Tinsley Park, located within the park is host to many of Houston's festivals and a variety of activities. Experience a canoe trip, or a walk with a loved one through the beauty of this park. The park also has a play area for children, a dog park, sculptures and fountains throughout, and bike trails.

    Vine Street Studios
    Houston, TX 77002
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