Summer of Fun Pass

Sticking around town this summer and not sure how you'll pass the time? Look no further than the Summer of Fun Pass. With admissions and activities at 25 locations you'll turn lazy summer days into times of fun, adventure and continued learning, and all at a great discount! Not only does this pass include Houston favorites like Typhoon Texas, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Children's Museum of Houston and the Sugar Land Skeeters, it also includes new venues and hidden gems like XD Ride, Lucky Land and Lone Star Flight Museum. Also included some of the best attractions in Houston's neighboring cities, Sugar Land, Beaumont and Texas City. And in order to make sure you stay full while having fun, you'll also find coupons at a variety of Houston restaurants!

The Summer of Fun Pass is valid for redemption May 25 - September 3, 2018. Each experience and coupon can be redeemed once at the valid location. Passes are delivered instantly to your phone and e-mail, no app to download!

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  • Spend your summer enjoying Houston!
  • Discover, learn and enjoy with more than 25 activities
  • 30% savings on Adult and Child passes
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Summer of Fun Pass

Included admissions and experiences:
- Asia Society Texas Center
- Buffalo Soldiers National Museum
- Children's Musuem of Houston
- S.E.C.R.E.T. Experience
- Czech Center Museum Houston
- Gator Country
- Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center
- The Health Museum
- Holocaust Museum Houston
- Houston Bcycle Bicycle Rental
- Houston Bicycle Museum
- Houston Museum of Natural Science
- Exhibit Hall
- Burke Baker Planetarium
- Cockrell Butterfly Center
- Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land
- Lone Star Flight Museum
- Lucky Land
- Museum of Fine Arts Houston
- Spindletop Gladys City Boomtown Museum
- Sugar Land Skeeters Game
- Texas City Museum
- Typhoon Texas Waterpark
- Texas Energy Museum

Discount offers and other perks also included:
- Contemporary Arts Museum Houston's Museum Shop
- Houston Centor for Contemporary Craft Asher Gallery
- The Health Museum Gift Shop
- Houston Arboretum & Nature Center
- Houston Center for Photography
- The Menil Collection
- Bullritos Burritos & Tacos
- Chef Liu Restaurant
- Danton's Gulf Coast Seafood Kitchen
- Edgar's Hermano
- Local Foods Downtown
- Maggiano's Little Italy


$150.00 - $175.00


Sep 3rd 2018

Included Venues

(713) 496-9901

1370 Southmore Boulevard, Houston, TX, United States


  • Special Exhibit Admission

Admission to Wondrous Worlds: Art & Islam Through Time & Place, showcasing the global history and breadth of Islamic art. Organized by New Jersey’s Newark Museum, the exhibition at Asia Society features more than 100 works that reflect aspects of faith, culture, and everyday life of Muslims across the world and throughout the ages. Wondrous Worlds introduces visitors to the Five Pillars of Islam—Declaration of Faith, Daily Prayers, Charity, Fasting for Ramadan, and the Haj Pilgrimage—to provide context and a distinctive view into the function, artistry, and cultural histories of the objects.

On view are works in nearly all media, including carpets, costumes, jewelry, ceramics, glassware, metalwork, prints, paintings, and photographs.

Closed Monday
Tuesday 11 AM - 6PM
Wednesday 11 AM - 6PM
Thursday 11 AM - 6PM

Friday 11 AM - 6 PM
Saturday 10 AM - 6PM

Sunday 10 AM - 6PM

(713) 942-8920

Buffalo Soldiers Museum, Caroline Street, Houston, TX


  • General Admission

The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum is the only museum in the U.S. dedicated primarily to preserving the legacy and honor of the African-American soldier. It houses the largest repository of African-American military history in the world.

For the full listing, click here.

(713) 622-5656

3651 Weslayan Street, Houston, TX, United States


  • Buy a Burrito, Bowl, Tacos or Tex-Mex Plate and Receive Free Chips & Queso

  • Buy One, Get One 50% off Burrito, Bowl, or Tex-Mex Plate of Equal Value

Founder Russell Ybarra’s “quick-casual” Bullritos concept was certainly inspired by his sprint through the streets of Pamplona. But his passion for fresh Tex-Mex and quality ingredients paved the way for his call-it-like-you-want-it, bull-themed burrito joint. Either way, his food-lovin’ appetite for adventure led to the Bullritos concept, and a new era of burritos was born. In 2008, Bullritos opened its first location in La Porte, Texas, and they’ve been herding in guests and keeping their characteristic mouthwatering burritos in the bag.

(713) 752-2855

1200 McKinney St, Houston, TX 77010


  • Buy a Burrito, Bowl, Tacos or Tex-Mex Plate and Receive Free Chips & Queso

  • Buy One, Get One 50% off Burrito, Bowl, or Tex-Mex Plate of Equal Value

Founder Russell Ybarra’s “quick-casual” Bullritos concept was certainly inspired by his sprint through the streets of Pamplona. But his passion for fresh Tex-Mex and quality ingredients paved the way for his call-it-like-you-want-it, bull-themed burrito joint. Either way, his food-lovin’ appetite for adventure led to the Bullritos concept, and a new era of burritos was born. In 2008, Bullritos opened its first location in La Porte, Texas, and they’ve been herding in guests and keeping their characteristic mouthwatering burritos in the bag.

(281) 501-1840

9398 Bellaire Boulevard, Houston, TX, USA


  • 10% off purchase

Located in Houston's Chinatown, Chef Liu Restaurant strives to provide authentic Sichuan & Chongquing Cuisine dishes which feature a wide range of tastes.

(713) 522-1138

Children's Museum of Houston, Binz Street, Houston, TX


  • General Admission

    The museum is designed for children 0 to 12 years of age and their families. To enter the Museum, your group must include a child.
  • S.E.C.R.E.T. On-Boarding and First Mission

The Children’s Museum of Houston is all-new and now twice as big! Rated the No. 1 children's museum in the U.S. by Parents magazine, the Children's Museum is A Playground for Your Mind™. The Museum is packed with 90,000 square feet of innovative, interactive bilingual exhibits for kids, ages birth to 12 years, housed in a whimsical Robert Venturi-designed building. For the full listing, click here.

Monday: CLOSED (refer to Special Monday Openings below)
Tuesday - Saturday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Mondays: Open Monday during Spring Break, Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day.
Summer: Open Mondays Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Holiday Closures: Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

(713) 284-8250

5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX 77006


  • 10% Discount at CAMH's Museum Shop

    Valid for pass owner only.

The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is a non-collecting institution dedicated to presenting the best and most exciting international, national, and regional art. Through dynamic exhibitions accompanied by scholarly publications and accessible educational programs, the Museum reaches out to local, regional, national, and international audiences of various ages. CAMH is a nonprofit organization that relies on a variety of funding sources, including individual, government, and corporate, for its activities.

Closed Monday
Tuesday 10 AM - 7PM
Wednesday 10AM - 7PM
Thursday 10AM – 9PM

Friday 10AM – 7PM
Saturday 10AM – 6PM

Sunday 12PM – 6PM

(713) 493-9618

4920 San Jacinto Street, Houston, TX


  • Czech Center Museum Houston Ticket

The Czech Center Museum Houston is proud to be one of Houston’s eighteen fine museums, dedicated to the exploration and preservation of Czech and Slovak heritage. There are estimated one million persons of that descent living in the state of Texas who have contributed significantly to the development of Texas and most certainly to our nation.

Not only do we further the public’s knowledge of Czech and Slovak culture but we also serve as a catalyst for discussion of all heritage.

Monday 10AM–4PM
Tuesday 10AM–4PM
Wednesday 10AM–4PM
Thursday 10AM–4PM
Friday 10AM–4PM
Saturday 10AM–4PM
Sunday Closed

(713) 807-8883

4611 Montrose Boulevard, Houston, TX, USA


  • $10 off purchase of $50 or more

Danton's Gulf Coast Seafood Kitchen is a locally owned and operated restaurant specializing in authentic Gulf Coast cuisine. Conveniently located in the heart of Houston's Museum District, in the eclectic Chelsea Market, Danton's is just minutes from anywhere inside the Loop. All our dishes are made from scratch (except the Ranch dressing and Blue Bell ice cream) and our seafood and steaks are grilled over a wood-burning fire of oak and hickory. The freshest seafood, certified angus beef steaks, delicious sides, daily specials, decadent desserts, wonderful wines, best martini's in town and genuine Southern hospitality are a few of the things that will keep you coming back.

(713) 739-8800

1700 Smith St, Houston, TX 77002


  • Complimentary Chips & Queso with a Minimum Purchase of $5 per Person on Any Item

  • Happy Hour Pricing All Day/Night

At Edgar’s Hermano, we blend Houston’s native Tex-Mex cuisine with classic Southern fare, and the result is some of the most unique dining in Downtown Houston. Fill up on creative comfort classics like our mac and queso with chipotle-grilled Gulf shrimp, or go out on a limb and try one of our original creations like our award-winning Southern fried stuffed chicken with masa grits and candied bacon jam.

We’re open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so come by and see us – pronto!

(832) 742-2800

198 Kempner Street, Sugar Land, TX, USA


  • Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center Admission

    Allow your kids to play and explore with hands-on exhibits at the Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center. This 12,000 square foot space houses five exhibits including Kidtropolis, USA a child-run society that lets kids learn what makes a society function and How Does It Work? where kids can take part in tons of hands-on, investigative experiences. And children under 35 months can get in on the play at the Tot-Spot providing a safe environment for quality interaction between child and parent.

    The Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center is designed for children from birth to age 12 and their families. Admission is required for anyone over the age of one.

The Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center is a very special project of the Children’s Museum of Houston. The Discovery Center occupies a 12,000 square foot restored building and features five exhibits. It gives the Museum the opportunity to enrich the educational lives of Fort Bend’s children by expanding cultural and educational family-focused opportunities.

The mission of Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center (FBCDC) is aligned with the Children’s Museum of Houston’s mission of transforming communities through innovative, child-centered learning. The FBCDC's goal is to respond to six essential community needs in Fort Bend County: (1) to foster the development of children, (2) increase and support parental engagement in children’s learning, (3) provide learning experiences that reinforce and supplement school classroom instruction, (4) protect against the negative effects that poverty has on educational attainment, (5) serve a multicultural, multilingual population, and (6) promote workforce preparedness. With the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center, children and their caregivers, regardless of their socioeconomic status, have access to enriching learning experiences.

(409) 794-9453

21159 FM 365, Beaumont, TX, USA


  • Gator Country Admission

    Come explore the largest alligator adventure park and sanctuary in Southeast Texas! Gator Country Adventure Park houses over 450 American alligators, crocodiles and many different reptiles that have been received through nuisance rescues, donations or other institutions.

    Admission for Gator Country includes animal encounters and one of three educational shows allowing you to learn about the animals with a hands-on experience. Each encounter includes the opportunity to hold the animal and have your picture taken with it. Highlights include Big Al and Big Tex, two of the largest alligators in captivity measuring in at well over 13 feet long!

Gator Country is located off Interstate 10 in Beaumont, Texas. In 2005, Gary Saurage, the founder of Gator Country, opened our doors to the public to come out and see live-captured nuisance alligators and other reptiles. Gary and his team are known for rescuing nuisance alligators from people’s backyards, ponds, swimming pools, as well as gators stranded after severe weather like hurricanes and floods. Our team of experts round them up, willing or not, and bring them to safety at Gator Country, a 15 acre preserve that has become a safe haven for alligators and several other reptiles. We house Big Al, an 84-year-old alligator who held the former record for being the largest alligator in captivity in Texas measuring in at 13 feet 4 inches and weighing more than 1,000 lbs. On October 5th, 2016, we rescued Big Tex, who now holds the National record for the largest live-captured nuisance alligator measuring in at 13 feet 8 ½ inches.

(713) 942-8000

9220 Kirby Dr, Houston, TX 77054, United States


  • Admission

Holocaust Museum Houston is dedicated to educating people about the Holocaust, remembering the 6 million Jews and other innocent victims and honoring the survivors’ legacy. Using the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides, the Museum teaches the dangers of hatred, prejudice and apathy.

The Museum’s permanent exhibition, “Bearing Witness: A Community Remembers,” tells the story of the Holocaust by focusing on the lives and experiences of survivors who later made the Houston their home. The changing exhibit gallery often focus on contemporary genocides or on other Holocaust-related themes.

The Museum bears witness to the horrors of the Holocaust, but it also tells the stories of heroes who took action and serves as a reminder to all that we must never forget what happened to prevent it from happening again.

Monday-Friday 9 AM – 5 PM
Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday 12 PM – 5 PM

Free admission on Sundays. Located in Suite 100 at 9220 Kirby Drive.

(713) 681-8433

4501 Woodway Drive, Houston, TX, USA


  • 20% off Arboretum Nature Shop purchases

Located on the western edge of Memorial Park (4 miles from Downtown Houston), the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and the opportunity to experience the natural world.

This 155-acre non-profit urban nature sanctuary provides education about the natural environment to Houstonians and visitors of all ages. It plays a vital role in protecting native plants and animals in the heart of the city where development threatens their survival.

Visitors can walk the five miles of trails free of charge. The Nature Center building includes the Discovery Room with interactive exhibits and activities and the Nature Shop filled with items for nature lovers of all ages. A Wildlife Garden, which demonstrates plantings appropriate to attract hummingbirds, butterflies and other wildlife to an urban backyard, and the Carol Tatkon Sensory Garden featuring native plants attractive to the senses are the latest additions to the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center’s ever-changing landscape.

(713) 865-3662

407 Velasco St, Houston, TX 77003, USA


  • 30 Minute Ride

    Each code is good for one 30-minute BCycle trip. To redeem, visit any Houston BCycle kiosk, select "Guest User" option and swipe a valid credit card to create your account. Type in promo code when prompted. Your credit card will not be charged unless you keep the bike longer than 30 minutes. Usage fees of $3 per 30 minutes are added to all trips longer than 30 minutes. To get your promo code, click "Redeem" above. Once you have used your code, "Tap to Select"
    and "Redeem".

Houston BCycle is a bike share program with 38 self-service stations and 300 bikes available for rent across Houston. BCycles are meant for quick, 30-minute trips around Houston to commute, run errands and explore. You can check out and return a BCycle at any station 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Download the BCycle mobile app for a map of stations with bike availability.

For a list of all stations, click here

Hours of Operation:
6am - 11pm

(713) 459-4669

1313 Binz St, Houston, TX 77004


  • Museum Admission

The goal of the Bicycle Museum is to display collections of antique and classic bicycles as well as exhibiting cycle related memorabilia. The Museum will cover the spectrum of cycling by beginning at its infancy in the mid-1850's and chronicling its evolution through to the most sophisticated of today.

Throughout this journey, the Museum will provide an informative and educational glimpse of how the bicycle and cycling has influenced our transportation, our leisure activities, our culture, our society, our lives - and how, by using the developing technologies of each era, the bicycle has progressed in our ever-changing world.

(713) 529-4848

4848 Main St, Houston, TX 77002


  • Save $10 on your purchase of $50 or more in the Asher Gallery

    Offer not valid for sale merchandise. This gift shop offers some of the most unique shopping in the city, featuring one-of-a-kind jewelry, home décor, and accessories made by more than 100 national artists.
    Wednesday – Saturday, 10 AM – 5 PM.
    Sundays, 12 – 5 PM.

Experience the handmade at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft—see innovative exhibitions, chat with working artists in their studios, and explore the Craft Garden. Asher Gallery, located within the Center, offers some of the most unique shopping in the city, featuring one-of-a-kind gifts, jewelry, home décor, and accessories made by more than 100 national artists. Admission to HCCC is free.

(713) 529-4755

1441 West Alabama Street, Houston, TX, United States


  • FREE Gift

    Present this pass to the front desk for a free gift during your visit!

Houston Center for Photography’s mission is to increase society’s understanding and appreciation of photography and its evolving role in contemporary culture. HCP encourages artists, builds audiences, stimulates dialogue, and promotes inquiry about photography and related media through education, exhibitions, publications, fellowship programs, and community collaborations.

Since its founding, HCP has built a reputation for presenting exhibitions, publications, and educational programs offering the community compelling and innovative approaches to photography. HCP’s facilities consist of three exhibition galleries; the John Cleary Library, which houses over 4,000 publications on photography and related media; a critique classroom; and a Digital Darkroom and lighting studio offering professional equipment and technology. HCP also offers an extensive array of over 300 classes and eight summer photography camps for students ages 9 to 17 though the Learning Center.

In addition to onsite community offerings, HCP offers programs at Texas Children’s Hospital and over 15 other community centers and schools via our Flash Drive - a mobile photography education unit housed in an ambulance turned art car. HCP also offers Collaborations, an after-school program for high school students in the galleries and Girls Own Stories, which boosts self-esteem and academic achievement for girls ages 8-13.

Closed Monday
Closed Tuesday
Wednesday 11 AM - 9 PM
Thursday 11 AM - 9 PM
Friday 11 AM - 5 PM
Saturday 11 AM - 7 PM
Sunday 11 AM - 7 PM

(713) 639-4629

5555 Hermann Park Dr, Houston, Texas 77030


  • Exhibit Hall Entry

    Please note, special exhibits require separate admission.
  • Burke Baker Planetarium

    Select show and time upon arrival at box office. Arrive 15 minutes before showtime. Late entry is not allowed.
  • Cockrell Butterfly Center

    Last admission to the Butterfly Center is one hour before the museum closes.

Founded in 1909, the purpose of the Houston Museum of Natural Science has always been to “enhance in individuals the knowledge and delight in natural science and related subjects.” To this very day, this purpose is carried out in every project, program and exhibition associated with the museum.

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, Cockrell Butterfly Center 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.

Monday – Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

(281) 313-2277

13016 University Boulevard, Sugar Land, TX, USA


  • HMNS at Sugar Land Admission

    From a terrifying Tyrannosaurus rex to colorful, living frogs, HMNS at Sugar Land has something for everyone. This satellite facility of the Houston Museum of Natural Science has permanent galleries reflecting the most popular exhibit areas of the main Museum campus, each of which present required science topics for Texas schools as fun and engaging activities for the whole family.

    Permanent collections include:
    - Life Science
    - Earth Science
    - Space Science
    - Hall of Paleontology
    - Discovery Works

    Special exhibits at the museum may require an additional ticket purchase on-site.

The Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land has expanded the embrace of the HMNS family. In a city set to defeat the horizon we must grow in step with its elastic radius. Texans revel in moments of awe and wonder, thirst for innovation and defeat challenges — we’ve opened our doors to you and in turn, you’ve brought us along for the ride. Conveniently located within sight of Highway 59, the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land offers fascinating science exhibitions sure to appeal to all ages.

(713) 227-0531

420 Main Street, Houston, TX, United States


  • Free Dessert with Purchase of $20 or more

Local Foods is a scratch gourmet sandwich shop showcasing local edibles and seasonal salads, fresh soups & home-made snacks for the taking.

Our downtown location is at the metro Main/Prairie train stop. The renovated Art Deco building from 1930's features a private dining space for meetings and cocktail parties. Like all our locations we feature a seasonal menu with locally-sourced ingredients. On weekends we offer a special menu with all-day happy hour.

(346) 708-2517

11551 Aerospace Avenue, Houston, TX


  • Lone Star Flight Museum Admission

    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. The museum is all about preserving and honoring the history of Texas aviation, featuring everything from a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and North American T-6 Texan to an anti-tank attack helicopter. The museum displays over 40 historically significant aircraft and over 1,500 artifacts that demonstrate the quantum leap in technology over the past century.

The Lone Star Flight Museum began as a private aircraft collection in June 1985. The acquisition of more aircraft quickly led to a search for a new home. In 1990, construction of a 50,000 sq. ft. Phase I facility began at Galveston's Scholes Field. Continued rapid growth required construction of a 30,000 sq. ft. Phase II hangar in 1991. Along with the aircraft collection, the LSFM began to acquire and display aviation memorabilia and artifacts, develop educational programs, and recruit volunteers through our Membership Program implemented in July 1991. The LSFM receives over 35,000 of volunteer service hours each year. Many programs and participation opportunities are available for members to promote and support the LSFM mission.

The 74th Texas Legislature through a concurrent resolution signed by then Gov. George W. Bush, established the LSFM as the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame. The LSFM quickly organized a capital campaign and the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame Education Center was completed in November of 1999. Housed in the new addition are the displays presenting each inductee's experiences and contributions to aviation. Other rotating and permanent educational exhibits designed to increase knowledge, interest and the impact of aviation on today's world are found throughout the Education Center.

The LSFM continues to bolster its national and international reputation as one of the top flying museums in the United States. Today the Museum displays over 40 historically significant aircraft and over 1500 artifacts that demonstrate the quantum leap in technology - from gliders to space - over the past century.

(281) 447-3400

8625 Airline Drive, Houston, TX, USA


  • Lucky Land Admission

    Located just 20 minutes north of Downtown Houston, Lucky Land Houston is an attraction park showcasing Asian culture and history. Encompassing over two acres of land, the theme park offers guests a tour through Asia without leaving Houston. First, stop by a large-scale replica of China's Terracotta Army before meandering through a mini replica of traditional Chinese villages. Guests can also enjoy kung fu statues, a panda village and carefully cultivated koi fish ponds.

    Admission is free for children up to 6 years old.

Encompassing well over two acres, we’ve created a beautiful and serene environment dedicated to showcasing Asian culture and history. From century old artifacts such as the Terracotta Army to more whimsical displays such as the Panda Village, we have created a place for all ages to learn, take wonderful photos and simply enjoy a great day with us. Among the attractions inside Lucky Land, we also have individual vendors that sell anything from souvenirs and specialty items.

(713) 961-2700

2019 Post Oak Blvd, Houston, Texas 77056


  • Receive $10 off Your $30 Meal When You Dine In

Come to Maggiano's at Post Oak Blvd for fresh, scratch-made Italian food in Houston, inspired by Nonna's classic recipes.

Join us for brunch, lunch, or dinner and savor the rich flavors of Littly Italy, or enjoy a quick antipasti and glass of wine during happy hour!
Whether you're looking for a private dining experience for a small family reunion or a large banquet room for your next party, visit us!

Make your reservation online or call (713) 961-2700 today! We're here to serve you, from your first bite of tomato caprese to your last sip of cappuccino.

(713) 639-7300

1001 Bissonnet Street, Houston, Texas 77005


  • Museum of Fine Arts General Admission

    The general admission pass provides viewing of the MFAH art collections and most exhibitions. General admission is free each Thursday courtesy of Shell. Admission is always free for children aged 12 or younger.

Located in the heart of Houston's Museum District, the MFAH is a dynamic cultural complex comprising two gallery buildings, a sculpture garden, visitors center, library, movie theater, gift shop, café, two art schools, and two house museums.

Tuesday–Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday–Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday, 12:15 to 7 p.m.
Closed Monday, except holidays
Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

(409) 880-1750

5550 Jimmy Simmons Boulevard, Beaumont, TX, USA


  • Admission

Through a self-guided tour, visitors to Gladys City experience 15 replica buildings filled with objects from the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries that depict life during the first Spindletop oil boom. From a saloon and post office to a general store and livery stable, visitors get a glimpse of what it might have been like to work and live in the historic Spindletop oilfield.

(281) 240-4487

1 Stadium Drive, Sugar Land, TX, USA


  • Sugar Land Skeeters Grassland Ticket Voucher

    Come out and cheer on Houston's independent baseball team, the Sugar Land Skeeters. Located just beyond the right field wall and bullpens at Constellation Field, the Grassland is a great place to relax and catch a ballgame. Enjoy the Skeeters with your family and friends from the comfort of a blanket or lawn chair from our grass berm.

    In addition to watching the game, Constellation Field offers the Children's Memorial Hermann Play Land, providing entertainment options for children of all ages! The Play Land includes a variety of jungle gym equipment and slides, a carousel and splash pad.

    Check out the full Sugar Land Skeeters game schedule here

The Skeeters play at Constellation Field, a state-of-the-art stadium located at the intersection of State Highway 6 and U.S. Highway 90A in Sugar Land, just minutes from downtown Houston. The Skeeters are a member of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball (ALPB) and play 126 regular season games. Constellation Field features activities for the whole family including a Bud Light Ice House, an in-ground swimming pool, inflatables, jungle gym equipment and slides, a carousel, and splash pad. #Morethanbaseball

(409) 229-1660

Texas City Museum, 409 6th Street North, Texas City, TX 77590, USA


  • Texas City Museum Admission

The Texas City Museum is supported by the City of Texas City. Located at 409 6th Street North in Texas City, the Museum acquired its current building in March 1992. The 30,000-square-foot building, previously known as the old J.C. Penney building, was donated by the McDaniel family of La Marque. Since its opening in March 1994, visitors from around the United States and abroad have toured the Museum. The Texas City Museum encourages the explorer in everyone to experience the past, encounter the present, and discover the future. It is a place where both emotions and intellect are challenged. The Galveston County Model Railroad Club Exhibit is also open each Saturday on the second floor of the museum. Please join us in our discovery of the past and journey toward a brighter future.


600 Main St, Beaumont, TX, USA


  • Admission

The Texas Energy Museum tells the colorful story of Texas oil. Visitors explore the fascinating world of petroleum science and technology from the geological formation of oil to the chemistry of modern refining. Visitors discover the history of Texas oil as robotic characters share their adventures of the great 1901 Spindletop gusher.

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday: 1:00 - 5:00 PM

Children under 6 are free.

(713) 521-1515

1515 Hermann Drive, Houston, Texas 77004, United States


  • Admission

  • 10% Off Purchase at Gift Shop

Bring your curious mind to The Health Museum and explore what it means to be human. Inspiring curiosity through multi-sensory and highly engaging experiences, The Health Museum offers year-long programs for all ages, special events, corporate rentals, spring and summer camps and more.

(713) 525-9400

1533 Sul Ross Street, Houston, TX, United States


  • 10% Discount at The Menil Collection Bookstore

    Valid for pass owner only.

Making art accessible is vital to the Menil’s mission, so no admission is charged and all public programs are free. All of the Menil campus buildings are entered at ground level, symbolic of its democratic ideals. The museum’s own collection—displayed in two-thirds of the main building and often rotated—is built around several types of art loved and collected from the 1940s to the 1990s by the Menil Collection’s founders, John and Dominique de Menil. Best known are the Surrealist and other modern European painting and sculpture. Also included are Byzantine and medieval art and artifacts; African, Pacific Islands, and Pacific Northwest Native art; art of the ancient Americas and the ancient Mediterranean and Near East. The collection area that has grown the most since the museum opened in June 1987 is American art since World War II.

Public programs to attract, educate, and inspire diverse audiences are vital to the life of the Menil. Exhibiting artists lecture or perform; curators and scholars explore exhibitions, collections, and artworks; music, dance, and poetry performances are held; and there is an annual lecture that focuses on an artist in the collection and a symposium exploring a theme in a research fellow’s work. Programs are organized to foster conversation.

Closed Monday
Closed Tuesday
Wednesday 11 AM - 7 PM
Thursday 11 AM - 7 PM
Friday 11 AM - 7 PM
Saturday 11 AM - 7 PM
Sunday 11 AM - 7 PM

(832) 426-7071

555 Katy Fort Bend Road, Katy, TX, USA


  • Typhoon Texas Single Day Pass

    Howdy! We're Typhoon Texas - the waterpark in Katy that's home to "Good Clean Fun" all summer long. Enjoy 33 rides, including a lazy river, todler splash pad, and endless twists and turns. Plus, slow-smoked brisket, tacos, burgers and pizza to thrill your taste buds. So, if you like 7-story free falls, a full bar, private cabanas and fun for all ages, we'll see you this summer!

    Single day pass good for one person and valid only for summer 2018 season.

The water park’s 16 rides all take on a unique Texas flair. From the Texas Twister and its appropriately sized boomerang wall to the Duelin’ Daltons 7-story free-fall drop, adventure seekers will not be disappointed. The Snake Pit consists of four “heart-stopping slides” – the Rattler, Copperhead, Water Moccasin and an all-new slide boarding experience. The board experience uses a hi-tech ride vehicle with an embedded game controller to create a futuristic video game integrated waterslide.

Once you’ve worked up an appetite, stop by one of 7 different dining options around the park. Try The River Grill for burgers, dogs, and sandwiches, Smokin’ BBQ for Texas-style meat plates, the Taqueria for your fill of Tex Mex, Sweet Tooth for funnel cakes, soda floats, and ice cream, Rainbow Ice, or Ray’s Pizza and Italian Ice House.

Don’t miss out on great local live music and every weekend. Texas Typhoon also offers Thursday night splash cinema. Season passes to the park are available online.