Top 3 UNIQUE Houston, Texas Attractions | Travel Vlog #37

Top 3 UNIQUE Houston, Texas Attractions | Travel Vlog #37

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3 Popular Attractions In Texas

  • Houston Zoo: Zoo in Houston, Texas.
  • Texas Facts:

    • A coastal live oak located near Fulton is the oldest tree in the state. The tree has an estimated age of more than 1,500 years.
    • The world’s first rodeo was held in Pecos on July 4, 1883.
    • Route 66 cuts right across the Texas panhandle.
    Austin, Texas
    City of Austin
    Official seal of Austin, Texas


    Live Music Capital of the World, Silicon Hills, ATX, City of the Violet Crown

    Keep Austin Weird (unofficial)
    Location within Travis County in Texas

    Location within Travis County in Texas
    Austin is located in Texas

    Location within Texas

    Austin is located in the United States

    Location within the United States

    Austin is located in North America

    Location within North America


    30°16′2″N 97°44′35″W / 30.26722°N 97.74306°W / 30.26722; -97.74306Coordinates: 30°16′2″N 97°44′35″W / 30.26722°N 97.74306°W / 30.26722; -97.74306

    Country United States
    State Texas
    Counties Travis, Hays, Williamson
    Settled 1835
    Incorporated December 27, 1839
    Named for Stephen F. Austin

    •Type Council–manager
    Mayor Steve Adler (D)[1][a]
    City Council
    • Natasha Harper-Madison (D)
    • Vanessa Fuentes (D)
    • Sabino “Pio” Renteria (D)
    • Jose “Chito” Vela (D)
    • Ann Kitchen (D)
    • Mackenzie Kelly (R)
    • Leslie Pool (D)
    • Paige Ellis (D)
    • Kathie Tovo (D)
    • Alison Alter (D)
    City manager Spencer Cronk[1]

    State capital 326.51sqmi (845.66km2)
    •Land 319.94sqmi (828.64km2)
    •Water 6.57sqmi (17.02km2)

    4,285.70sqmi (11,099.91km2)

    289–1,450ft (88–405m)

    State capital 1,028,225 Increase
    •Rank 11th in the United States
    4th in Texas
    •Density 3,006.36/sqmi (1,160.76/km2)

    2,283,371 (28th)
    Demonym(s) Austinite
    Time zone UTC−6 (CST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT)
    ZIP Codes
    73301, 73344, 78701–78705, 78708–78739, 78741–78742, 78744–78768, 78772-78774, 78778-78779, 78783, 78799
    Area codes 512 & 737
    FIPS code 48-05000[5]
    GNIS feature ID 1384879[6]
    Primary Airport Austin–Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)
    Interstates I-35 (TX).svg
    U.S. Route US 183.svg US 290.svg
    Commuter Rail Capital MetroRail


    Which one of these attractions stood out the most? Comment below and we would love to hear what you think!

    Today we visit the lone star state of Texas. More specifically: Houston, Texas. A lot of people hear the phrase: “Keep Austin Weird” well, today we expose Houston for all it has things weird, unique, and unusual attractions within the 4th largest city in the country.

    These 3 unique attractions in Houston, TX are for those who like to venture into the strange, odd, and quirky on a visit to Houston. Not for your average tourist, but rather those who want to uncover what makes Houston, Texas so interesting and puts its place on the map.All of these unique attractions are inspired by trying to venture into the lesser known things to do in Houston, Texas while anyone can just do a regular Google search, we wanted to bring some hidden gems to you all today.

    To start, we visit a park called Smither Park just outside the downtown Houston attractions and Houston museum district. The park itself is comprised of many different unique art installations including one called “The Orange Show” which is a renovated house. It's really cool, so you have to check it out for yourself.

    Seismique Houston is just another unique attraction within the city limits and brings all sorts of people from all ages. Seismique is an interactive art installation similar to Meow Wolf if there were to be a comparison. It is sort of hard to describe so just take a look at this video to see.

    We also visit the Waugh bat colony on the Waugh Bat Bridge in Houston, Texas. This unique bat colony is only active and a big attraction during the sunset when all the bats fly out from underneath the bridge into the night.

    Houston TX has a lot going for it and a lot of weird ad unusual attractions that you certainly will not find in any other city.

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