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The first public park in Houston provides a wooded site with picnic areas, running trails, lots of on-leash dog walking areas, the Houston Zoological Gardens, a public golf course and an outdoor theater featuring plays and live music.
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My children and I spent the afternoon here, and the grounds were clean, staff was present and the area is beautiful! This is a great place for families or alone time, there's plenty of space to wander and explore.
I was really impressed with the size of the park and the activities around the park! I was going to read a book. I walked the trail. I heard a band on the stage! Children were racing and playing on the hill and it looked...More
445-acre urban park in Houston, Texas, situated at the southern end of the Museum District. Even on warm Texas days, this park is cool! Be sure to ride the train, walk the Japanese Garden, Rent a self-powered paddleboat on the lake.
A green space with beautiful fountain and a lot of peace. Other wise also Houston is much quiet, calm unlike LA and New York. But this place adds to calmness. You may see children playing in background, elderly leisurely strolling. Go... Go...
This park is absolutely gorgeous! It was very convenient we parked here for free had a beautiful stroll through the park on our way to the Houston zoo the water features are gorgeous would b a great place to have a nice walk on a...More
I'm a native Houstonian and I've spent so much time in Hermann Park. Or at least I *thought* I had. I went on a Ghost Tour with Houston Ghost Tours and I saw and experienced so many amazing things! We explored so many places, many...More