Houston, We Have a Tunnel!

Houston Urban Adventures

We would be the first to say that walking through the streets of Houston is pretty special, but did you know that there is a whole underground system of tunnels below the city? This Houston tour will take you through the city, over and underground, until you get to know the city from every angle!

- Discover Houston's underground Tunnel System with a local guide
- Explore the newest and oldest tunnel sections that are open to the public
- Learn about the history of Houston through its architecture and art
- See beautiful Art Deco treasures and sculptures by world-famous artists, and learn how Houston’s 7 miles of pedestrian tunnels came to be

The meeting point for this tour is in Downtown Houston at Cafe Express, 650 Main St. Due to the operating hours of the Downtown Houston Tunnel System this tour is offered weekdays at 9:30 a.m.

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Houston, We Have a Tunnel!

Schedule details

Duration: 2 hours
Meeting point:
Café Express, 650 Main St, Houston, Texas 77002. If you need a parking, we recommend parking in the lot across the street from Prohibition Supperclub, 1008 Prairie St, Houston TX.

Starting time: 9.30 AM
Ending point:
Café Express, 650 Main St, Houston, Texas 77002.

Dress Standard

Please wear comfortable walking shoes and clothing. While the weather outside from May-November can be hot and humid, the Tunnel System is air-conditioned. While the weather from December-February can be cold, the Tunnel System is heated. Please check the local weather forecast and dress appropriately in case of rain and/or high winds.




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