Visit Moody Gardens. There’s always something to do at the beautiful gardens. Currently, there’s a special exhibit running called “Dinos Alive!” that runs through August 11. If your kids love dinosaurs, they’ll love this exhibit.
For museum lovers, how about visiting the Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston or the Houston Museum of Natural Science? Both feature some very interesting permanent and visiting exhibits, and admission is fairly cheap. There are even some exhibits that children will find interesting.
Of course, for a day outdoors with the kids, nothing beats the Houston Zoo. There are many different animals featured at the zoo. One of the cool exhibits at the zoo this summer, however, features a different type of animal: ones made out of Lego bricks. The Animals Assembled exhibit features huge animals created by certified Lego Master Builders. The Lego creatures will be at the zoo through Labor Day.
After you visit the past at the zoo, you can blast off to the future at the Space Center Houston. Family members of all ages will enjoy the usual space center activities, but fans of the original Star Trek series will want to visit the center to check out the Shuttlecraft Galileo set piece. featured in several episodes of the series, the set piece and props have been restored by Star Trek fans and will be available for viewing following its unveiling on July 31.
No matter what you choose to do, make the most out of these last few weeks of summer. If nothing else, at least head outdoors and take a walk around the local park or even your neighborhood. Enjoy the sunshine!
Bring some sunshine inside with an arrangement of beautiful summer flowers delivered in Houston, TX.