“The more things change, the more they stay the same” is a fitting tagline for Houston’s Montrose neighborhood, an area that somehow retains its eclectic roots as construction cranes continue to fill the air.
Houston may be renowned for its booming industry, but we’re here to let you in on a secret: It’s one of the best places in the nation to have a good time. Home to world-class dining, art, and attractions — not to mention NASA — Houston offers top opportunities for unforgettable experiences.
This 2018, consider us your personal concierges. In honor of the new year, we’ve amassed a list of 18 Houston must-do’s. Make your New Year’s Resolution to experience Houston now. It’s sure to be your best year yet.
The most comprehensive compilation of Mexican modern art in the United States in 70 years has landed in Space City, bringing with it masterpieces by Frida Kahlo, Jose Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, and many more.
In the heart of the historic River Oaks neighborhood, down a long, wooded drive, sits a single-story 1950s home on a 4-acre property. Rienzi was designed in 1952 by John Staub, who is considered one of Houston’s most impactful residential architects. The house was opened to the public in 1999 and serves as a museum of European decorative arts, with a collection that spans from noteworthy paintings to rare porcelain and lush furnishings.