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Rosenberg Railroad Museum

Rosenberg Railroad Museum

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Rosenberg Railroad Museum is a museum designed to preserve the railroad history of Fort Bend County. Rosenberg is the county's largest city named for a railroad official, the city was platted by the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railroad Company and was the natural choice for locating a railroad museum. Today, the Rosenberg Railroad Museum continues to grow in fulfillment of its mission to present the railroad heritage of Fort Bend County.

Festari For Men

Festari For Men

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A family-owned concept, Festari for Men is conveniently located on the prestigious Post Oak Boulevard in the Galleria area. Rudy Festari, a native of Rome, Italy, is known for his distinct sense of style, and along with his many years of fashion experience, is well respected for his knowledge of men’s apparel.His store offers a variety of classic, conservative clothing as well as current ready-to-wear fashions.

Christie’s Seafood & Steaks

Christie’s Seafood & Steaks

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Christie’s Seafood & Steaks began in 1917 as a small food and drink stand on Galveston’s waterfront. It's now located on Westheimer Road in Houston, just 1 ½ miles west of the Galleria. Christie’s is famous for its Whole Flounder and French Fried “Butterfly” Shrimp. Christie's is where great food and memories are made. Open for lunch and and dinner everyday.


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The Health Museum

The Health Museum

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The Health Museum is Houston's most interactive science learning center and a member institution of the world-renowned Texas Medical Center. Located in the heart of the city's rich and varied Museum District, The Health Museum's mission is to foster wonder and curiosity about health, medical science and the human body. The Museum treasures Houston’s diverse population and welcomes individuals of all backgrounds.

American Cowboy Museum

American Cowboy Museum

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The American Cowboy Museum serves the community by preserving and interpreting the art, history, and culture of the contributions of African Americans, Hispanic, Native Americans, and Women to the development of the American West through engaging exhibitions, educational programs, and public events reflective of the Texas region’s rich traditions and shared heritage.





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