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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.
1515 Hermann Dr
Houston, Texas 77004
The Bay Area Museum houses many treasures. Webster has a strong Japanese connection which is documented with the Saibara family collection. The land around the museum and the neighboring buildings is also an important archeological site. Karankawa Indians built a midden on the shore of Clear Lake, relics of which are housed in a display case. As the primary benefactor of the Lunar Rendezvous Festival, the Bay Area Museum boasts a large collection of festival paraphernalia.
5000 NASA Road 1
Seabrook, Texas 77586
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.
1921 Avenue F
Rosenberg, Texas 77471
The Alvin Historical Museum is located in the historic downtown section of Alvin. Currently, over twenty permanent exhibits are on display from Prehistoric, Indian, the Formation of Texas and Alvin, Railroad, Ranching, Farming, War and more. Other exhibits are being constructed, temporary exhibits which highlight special interests are being changed every few months, and our accession area houses over 9,000 photographs and artifacts.
300 W. Sealy St.
Alvin, Texas 77511
The Museum is located in a 1950 bank, and pays tribute to the rich history of West Columbia, the First Capitol of the Republic of Texas, established in 1836. The mission of the museum is to bring better understanding and appreciation of the rich history of West and East Columbia to Brazoria County...with an emphasis on the families that helped settle and develop this part of Texas, home to many of the original 300 settlers who came up the Brazos River with Stephen F. Austin in the early 1800s.
247 E. Brazos Ave.
West Columbia, Texas 77486
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Starting in October and continuing for eight themed weekends in Plantersville, the Texas Renaissance Festival recreates an English village of the 16th century. Magicians, jugglers, minstrels, troubadours and comedians perform on six stages. The Texas Renaissance Festival is an interactive theme park that embraces different eras, including the 16th century and beyond. The 55-acre theater is filled with live entertainment, food and more.
21778 FM 1774
Houston, Texas 77363
Lawndale Art Center is one of the only institutions in Houston dedicated to the presentation of contemporary art with an emphasis on work by regional artists. Located in the Houston Museum District the organization utilizes its accessible location to present exhibitions, performances, lectures, film screenings and events, and offers an annual residency program to further the creative exchange of ideas among Houston's diverse communities.
4912 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77002
The Art Car Museum, or “Garage Mahal” as many know it, opened in February 1998. It was founded as a not-for-profit arts organization by Ann Harithas, artist and long-time supporter of the Art Car movement, and James Harithas, currently Director of the Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston, Texas. The aesthetic of the Art Car Museum draws from a fusion of the traditions of fine, folk and public art.
140 Heights Blvd
Houston, Texas 77007
The museum began as a private collection assembled by local businessman Robert Waltrip. By 1991, there were two hangars housing the collection. A few years later, the museum became the site of the official Texas Aviation Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame addition, which opened in the late 1990s, also included space for educational programs and a meeting room.
2002 Terminal Drive
Galveston, Texas 77554