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This park is in downtown Houston and very close to everything else. It is very strange to see the contrast between the old buildings that would be original to Houston and the skyscrapers of downtown. It's a good place for a walk in the evening,...More
Walking this park you get the feeling you’re back in time or in a small town somewhere. Then you look up and see skyscrapers all around you. The differences between the old and new is truly staggering.
As we wandered around we came across the...More
It's really staggering to see the difference between the original houses of Houston and the new gigantic skyscrapers. This park does a good job of presenting some of the original housing through the years.
This park is small, but very peaceful. Looking out from the benches you can see the skyline of Houston. There is a small pond with large azaleas buses blooming and trees providing shade. The old homes on the grounds are also very nice to look...More
Large public park in Downtown, but really difficult to find suitable parking here for a reasonable visit. Site is off Bagby Street to the rear of the Heritage Society building. We never got to see the controversial statue.
The McDonald’s Houston Children’s Festival is the largest children’s festival in America!
Two days of games, circus acts, rides, food, beverages, and entertainment for all ages centered in downtown Houston. The Festival excitement includes Fourteen Big Family Adventure Zones, Six stages of music and entertainment,...More
This park offers a nice touch of history and greenery in an otherwise bland downtown area. Thanks to the information signboards and the restored heritage buildings, I could appreciate the history of the city and the historical significance of the park.
Sam Houston Park is a beautiful Green Space in Downtown Houston. There's a nice little murky lake with a few ducks. There are some interesting historic sites to read about, if you're interested in Sam Houston history. There are receiving a swing set for the...More