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Houston CityPASS

Houston CityPASS - Houston, Texas
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Duration: 9 days
Location: Houston, Texas

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$59.00

Houston CityPASS® — Discover Houston's five best attractions at one great price and skip most ticket lines. Spend less, experience more.

Includes:

  • Space Center Houston
  • Downtown Aquarium
  • Houston Museum of Natural Science
  • Option Ticket 1: Houston Zoo OR Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  • Option Ticket 2: Kemah Boardwalk All-Day Ride Pass OR Children’s Museum of Houston Full-Day Pass

Houston CityPASS® tickets include prepaid admission to five of Houston’s must-see attractions and saves the traveler 49% off the price of the same tickets purchased separately ... More info ›

Special Offer - Buy the Houston CityPASS to save up to 49% on 5 admissions, compared to booking attractions separately. - Book Now!

Houston CityPASS® — Discover Houston's five best attractions at one great price and skip most ticket lines. Spend less, experience more.

Includes:

  • Space Center Houston
  • Downtown Aquarium
  • Houston Museum of Natural Science
  • Option Ticket 1: Houston Zoo OR Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  • Option Ticket 2: Kemah Boardwalk All-Day Ride Pass OR Children’s Museum of Houston Full-Day Pass

Houston CityPASS® tickets include prepaid admission to five of Houston’s must-see attractions and saves the traveler 49% off the price of the same tickets purchased separately. Extra perk: CityPASS travelers skip most main-entrance ticket lines. Spend less, experience more.  

Buy now and save 49% 

CityPASS tickets are valid for nine consecutive days, beginning with the first day of use. 

Admission includes:  

 

  • Space Center Houston – General Admission, including Independence Plaza and the NASA Tram Tour
  • Downtown Aquarium – General Admission to Aquarium Adventure Exhibit (rides and games not included)
  • Houston Museum of Natural Science – Exhibit Halls General Admission
  • Option Ticket 1: Houston Zoo – General Admission OR Museum of Fine Arts, Houston – General Admission
  • Option Ticket 2: Kemah Boardwalk All-Day Ride Pass – Valid for All-Day Ride Pass (Stingray Reef, Boardwalk Beast and Iron Eagle not included) OR Children’s Museum of Houston Full-Day Pass – General Admission

Special Offer - Buy the Houston CityPASS to save up to 49% on 5 admissions, compared to booking attractions separately. - Book Now!

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Houston Museum of Natural Science General Admission

Houston Museum of Natural Science General Admission - Houston, United States
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Houston, United States

From USD
$11.00

Explore one of the most attended museums in the country at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Visit North America's largest dinosaur hall, see the beauty of the Lester and Sue Smith Gem Vault and step back in time at the Hall of Ancient Egypt ... More info ›

Explore one of the most attended museums in the country at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Visit North America's largest dinosaur hall, see the beauty of the Lester and Sue Smith Gem Vault and step back in time at the Hall of Ancient Egypt. The museum is regularly voted one of the top attractions in Houston and this is your chance to find out why. The purchase of a Permanent Exhibit Hall Ticket at the Houston Museum of Natural Science will give you access to the permanent exhibits only and excludes special exhibitions and the Brown Hall of Entomology.

Visit: The Houston Museum of Natural Science

The Houston Museum of Natural Science is located in the heart of the Houston Museum District across from Hermann Park. With world-class hospitality and knowledgeable staff, the museum will delight you with it's easy to follow layout, clearly marked displays and beautiful exhibit halls. Whether you are searching for the cafe or querying staff about the elemental symbol for gold, you are guaranteed to find whatever it is you are looking for with a minimal amount of effort and a substantial amount of excitement.
Your voucher to the museum should be exchanged for your ticket upon arrival. Once you enter, you'll have the option to visit numerous permanent exhibits including North America's largest dinosaur hall and one of the most extensive gem and geode collections in the United States. The museum is perfect for families and school groups, tourist and locals and offers refreshments and food at the cafe.  


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The Cockrell Butterfly Center Admission in Houston

The Cockrell Butterfly Center Admission in Houston - Houston, United States

Duration: 20 to 60 minutes
Location: Houston, United States

From USD
$8.00

The Cockrell Butterfly Center and Brown Hall of Entomology at the Houston Museum of Natural Science provides entertainment and education for the whole family. Walk through a living 3-floor butterfly habitat, marvel at live and preserved specimens of some of the world’s largest and weirdest arthropods, and enjoy interactive games and quizzes ... More info ›

The Cockrell Butterfly Center and Brown Hall of Entomology at the Houston Museum of Natural Science provides entertainment and education for the whole family. Walk through a living 3-floor butterfly habitat, marvel at live and preserved specimens of some of the world’s largest and weirdest arthropods, and enjoy interactive games and quizzes. This activity includes your entrance fees to the Cockrell Butterfly Center.

Visit: The Houston Museum of Natural Science

Enter a stunning, three-story glass structure built around a 50-foot waterfall. This simulated tropical rain forest is filled with exotic plants and thousands of live butterflies.

As you walk through the three-story glass rain forest at your own pace, feast your eyes on a rainbow of color provided by the thousands of live, fluttering butterflies and exotic flowering plant species. Absorb all the beauty of the living rain forest, and then make your way to the Brown Hall of Entomology and witness astounding living insects, spectacular mounted specimens, larger-than-life models, and interactive games.

Search for camouflaged creatures, meet a cricket weatherman, learn how insects are used to solve crimes, watch leaf cutter ants at work, see giant wasp nests, get a close-up look of some of Houston’s largest cockroaches, and more. Do not forget to view the fabulous Chrysalis Corner in the hall. Witness butterflies emerge from their chrysalis, dry their wings, and be released into the rain forest.

Tucked underneath the waterfall and behind the cenote pool, discover how insects are particularly important to humans. Listen to interviews with real-life entomologists and take a peek into an entomologist’s lab, where you can look up close at insect specimens. Pick up some butterfly gardening tips, learn about backyard beekeeping, and explore the best ways to control mosquitoes. Finally, make your way back to the main level: The Land of Beeyond. This immersive insect environment is perfect for families, where kids can play in a giant beehive, make insect rubbings, put together puzzles, or enjoy insect picture books.


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Death by Natural Causes Exhibit

Death by Natural Causes Exhibit - Houston, United States

Duration: 1 to 4 hours
Location: Houston, United States

From USD
$20.00

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Snakes. Spiders. Sharks.  The things you fear are the least of your worries! The  Death by Natural Causes traveling exhibit will introduce patrons to the range of “animal, vegetable and mineral” dangers that lurk in their everyday lives.  Through a collection of specimens, text and interactives, visitors can see what can cause a death, either directly or indirectly, from the natural world. Customers should budget at least one hour to tour this 7,000 square foot exhibition.  The  Death by Natural Causes exhibit ticket also includes access into all four floors of the permanent museum exhibit halls such as the Hall of Ancient Egypt, Hall of Gems and Mineral, the all new Wiess Energy Hall, the 30,000 square foot Morian Hall of Paleontology, (the largest dinosaur hall in North America) and many more!

Visit: The Houston Museum of Natural Science

Death by Natural Causes, features a wide variety of live animals, real poisonous vegetation and a collection of minerals that the world has never seen (and lived to tell the tale).This special exhibition provides visitors with an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to discover what drove Van Gogh mad, why tomatoes were deemed inedible 500 years ago and many things that are far more likely to kill you than sharks.  Encounter live deadly animals up close and personal, such as the Mojave rattlesnake, the snake with the most potent rattlesnake venom.  Come face to face with the giant Japanese hornet and its ability to kill more than one honey bee every two seconds.  Learn about the Radium Girls: women who were employed to paint glow-in-the-dark ink on wristwatches, only to die from radiation poisoning due to the radium in the ink.  Resist the temptation to eat the Amanita mushroom, the very plant responsible for approximately 95% of all mushroom-related fatalities. It turns blood acidic. It causes jaundice. It causes widespread cellular death. It isn’t very pleasant, and requires quick, clever and intense medical care to treat effectively. Come see  Death by Natural Causes, and explore so many more of the deadliest aspects of this world we share—you’ll be truly surprised at the danger that lies waiting behind every corner.  This exhibition offers a free audio guide which can be operated via one's cellular phone. The exhibit is open everyday Monday - Sunday 9:00A.M. - 5:00 P.M. and is located on the 3rd floor adjacent to the Hall of Ancient Egypt.

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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston General Admission

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston General Admission - Houston, United States

Duration: 1 to 7 hours
Location: Houston, United States

From USD
$15.00

Founded in 1900, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston's collection numbers more than 65,000 works and embraces the art of antiquity to the present.

Visit: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

General admission provides viewing of the MFAH art collections and most exhibitions. General admission is free each Thursday courtesy of Shell ... More info ›

Founded in 1900, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston's collection numbers more than 65,000 works and embraces the art of antiquity to the present.

Visit: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

General admission provides viewing of the MFAH art collections and most exhibitions. General admission is free each Thursday courtesy of Shell. Tickets are not required for Thursday visits, drop in at your convenience.  Admission is always free for children aged 12 or younger.
Upon your arrival, exchange the voucher for your admission ticket. Then enter the museum for your self-guided tour of the permanent collection.
The MFAH art collections and exhibitions are presented primarily in the Museum’s Susan and Fayez S. Sarofim Campus two main gallery buildings: the Audrey Jones Beck Building and the Caroline Wiess Law Building.
 
The Law Building features galleries for changing exhibitions as well as the MFAH collections of Asian, African, Islamic, Native American, Oceanic, Pre-Columbian, and Modern and Contemporary art.
 
The Beck Building features galleries for changing exhibitions as well as the Museum's collections of ancient art, European art, photography, prints and drawings, and American art to the mid-20th century. The Museum's shop and café are also located in the Beck Building.
Entrance to special exhibitions, films and events require additional expense. Please check for details on the day of your visit.
Go to mfah.org for parking information to assist your visit.


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Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol

Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol - Houston, Texas

Duration: 1 to 7 hrs
Location: Houston, Texas

From USD
$23.00

Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol sheds new light on changing ideas of monarchy and nationhood in Britain. The exhibition features portraits of British royalty spanning 500 years, by artists from Hans Holbein and Sir Joshua Reynolds to Annie Leibovitz and Andy Warhol.

In a sweeping survey, Tudors to Windsors covers the cavalcade of kings, queens, princes, and princesses who have graced the British crown ... More info ›

Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol sheds new light on changing ideas of monarchy and nationhood in Britain. The exhibition features portraits of British royalty spanning 500 years, by artists from Hans Holbein and Sir Joshua Reynolds to Annie Leibovitz and Andy Warhol.

In a sweeping survey, Tudors to Windsors covers the cavalcade of kings, queens, princes, and princesses who have graced the British crown. The MFAH is the only U.S. venue to host this unprecedented exhibition, part of a major partnership with the National Portrait Gallery in London. Some 150 objects—most never before seen outside of England—tell the story of Britain’s monarchy through masterworks of painting, sculpture, and photography.

Visitors have an extraordinary opportunity to come face-to-face with the fascinating figures of British royalty. Tudors to Windsors explores four royal dynasties: the House of Tudor (1485–1603), the House of Stuart (1603–1714), the House of Hanover (1714–1901), and the present-day House of Windsor.

Upon your arrival, exchange the voucher for your admission ticket. Then enter the Museum for your self-guided tour of the Tudors to Windsors exhibition.

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