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  • Arts et Musées

    »Bradford Street Gallery

    Located in the heart of Kemah, the Bradford Street Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting, selling and promoting modern contemporary art. The gallery offers local artists with a great platform to showcase their works. It also hold exhibits, during which art lovers can feast their eyes on splendid art pieces or maybe even pick up some as gifts or interior decor. Call ahead for more details.

    609 Bradford Avenue
    Kemah , TX 77565

    »Space Center Houston

    Ever since the Apollo flights, Houston has been synonymous with space travel. Space Center Houston, of NASA's Johnson Space Center, allows visitors to study and understand the making of space history. Enter the five-story plaza which features a full-size shuttle mock-up, complete with a flight deck. By far, the most popular highlight for adults is the tram tour that takes you to various buildings throughout the Space Center. You will be able to have a seat in the viewing room of the original Mission Control room and stroll past full-size mock-ups of the original Apollo rockets. When you need a break from all the activity, the Zero-G diner is on hand to fix you right up.

    1601 Nasa Parkway
    Houston, TX 77058

    »Baytown Historical Museum

    Artifacts pertaining to local and pioneer history. Many of the these artifacts are donated or loaned to the museum by private citizens, who take great pride in sharing their part of Baytown's history with everyone.

    220 West Defee
    Baytown, Texas 77520

    »San Jacinto Museum of History

    Learn about the “kings of the wild frontier” in these archives. After visiting the San Jacinto Battleground where an independent Texas was born, step inside to discover the details of the famous battle. The tribute to all of those who lived, fought and died for independence, traces the regional past from the Native Americans who witnessed the landing of Hernando Cortés to the westward movement of the 1800s. A 35-minute film, Texas Forever!! the Battle of San Jacinto, can be viewed to further enhance your understanding of this famous, hallowed ground. When you're done browsing the exhibits, don't forget to take the elevator to the observation deck for an unbelievable view of the grounds.

    One Monument Circle
    La Porte, TX 77571

    »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

    »Pasadena Heritage Park & Museum

    Long before the petrochemical plants and refineries dominated, farmers in the Pasadena area grew strawberries. Indeed, they grew more strawberries than any other city and shipped them all over the country. This historical museum celebrates that past with displays of memorabilia that range from that era to modern times. On the grounds around the museum, you'll see vintage houses and a restored gazebo. One of the houses, Strawberry House, showcases lifestyles from three past decades: the 1900s, 1920s and 1940s.

    204 Main Street
    Pasadena, TX 77506

    »1940 Air Terminal Museum

    The classic Art Deco building, designed by Joseph Finger in the 1930s and completed in 1940, served as Houston's Municipal Airport until 1954. The recent restoration of the building is stunning with its attention to detail. The Deco chandelier hanging from the two-story atrium and the original marble floors will transport you to a bygone era. Go every third Saturday for Wings & Wheels plane and car show. Buy a raffle ticket to win a vintage plane and support the museum's continued restoration efforts.

    8325 Travelair Street
    Houston, TX 77061
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