Air, Land, Sea & Space Pass
Expiration: 180 days after purchase
Take advantage of a one-of-a-kind pass that combines the best experiences Houston as the offer. Whether it’s the Downtown Aquarium, Lone Star Flight Museum, Houston Museum of Natural Science or Space Center Houston – this pass is sure to give you the best experience of Houston you are looking for!
AIR – LONE STAR FLIGHT MUSEUM
Take a tour of man's greatest aerial feats at the state-of-the-art Lone Star Flight Museum in Houston, boasting a 130,000 square-foot facility with a renowned flying collection of historic aircraft, a high-tech Aviation Learning Center and dynamic hands-on exhibits.
LAND – HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NATURAL SCIENCE
Experience a wide variety of fun, informative and exciting adventures for adults and children, including the McGovern Hall of the Americas, Cullen Hall of Gems and Minerals, Wiess Energy Hall and the brand-new Hall of Paleontology.
SEA – DOWNTOWN AQUARIUM
This is the ticket to get! Your All-Day Adventure Pass includes all day admission to the Aquarium Adventure Exhibit and Stingray Reef plus unlimited amusement rides. Must show valid I.D and ticket voucher to receive a wristband at the ticket booth or Will Call window.
SPACE – SPACE CENTER HOUSTON
Space Center Houston is a leading science and space exploration learning center. It is one of Houston's top attractions, the area's no. 1 attraction for international visitors, the Official Visitor Center of NASA Johnson Space Center and a Smithsonian Affiliate.
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- Downtown Aquarium All-Day Adventure Pass
As one of the most heavily attended museums in the United States, and one of the most attended venues in Houston, the Museum houses the Burke Baker Planetarium, Wortham GIANT Screen Theatre and a fascinating variety of permanent exhibit areas that examine astronomy, space science, Native American culture, paleontology, energy, chemistry, gems and minerals, seashells, Texas wildlife and much more. In addition, the museum frequently presents traveling exhibitions on a variety of topics.
The Museum also maintains two satellite facilities: The George Observatory in Fort Bend County, which houses one of the largest telescopes in the country that is available for public viewing; and the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land, which has exhibits on dinosaurs; mineralogy; exotic, live frogs and more.
The Museum is a major science learning center with over a half million school children visiting annually, including every fourth grade and seventh grade class in the Houston Independent School District.
- Houston Museum Of Natural Science General Admission
- Lone Star Flight Museum Admission
Since opening in 1992, Space Center Houston has welcomed nearly 20 million visitors and currently hosts more than 1 million visitors annually in its 250,000-square-foot educational complex. Space Center Houston has a $73 million impact on the greater Houston economy, according to a 2016 economic study by Jason Murasko and Stephen Cotten, associate professors of economics at the University of Houston – Clear Lake. 925 jobs and $36 million in personal income are attributed to its presence.
- Space Center Houston General Admission