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5 must-see hot spots in Houston


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Houston is a thriving city filled with cultures from all over the world. The cultural diversity has allowed Houston to become a place that is packed with various attractions. Here is a list of some of the Houston’s must see locations.

    1. Leeland St.

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      Leeland St. is home to some of Houston’s best graffiti. Artists from all over the world come to this building to create artwork that reflects their background.  The downtown building has become one of locals and tourists favorite places to visit.

    2. Midtown

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      Midtown is booming with millennials. This area is comprised of several local restaurants, residencies, and parks.  Midtown has a great vibe and is a wonderful place to hang out and meet some new people.

    3.  8th Wonder


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    1. 8th Wonder is a brewery that has turned into a local hot spot. 8th Wonder is must see because it includes lots of historic memorabilia including the old Astrodome seats. This location hosts various local events each week, that include everything from sporting events to art galleries to small concerts.
    4. Project Row House

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Project Row House is not your typical art museum, the exhibit includes two rows of white houses. Each year, the owners allow local artists to use the homes as canvases. Each house tell its own story and incorporates different types of art forms. The attraction is used as a way to help with the continual rebuilding of the third ward community.

    5.  Town & Country Village

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    1. Town & Country Village is an outdoor shopping area the includes a movie theater, a park, numerous restaurants, and variety of stores. This popular location has become quite the social spot. Although, it is filled with shops many local visitors come here to hang out with family and enjoy the beautiful village.






  1. britishrose on October 19, 2017 at 9:28 am

    MOST of the places you named are not black folks friendly , if you wanna go sit among a bunch of white young kids laughing and faking and staring at you then go to midtown on a friday or saturday . you will see maybe 6 blacks blacks in houston opt to go to black clubs and there are few outdoor eaterys in the black areas , down town dont even try it boring and dead after 5pm , ok the other malls are not friend to blacks , lets face it either you marry a white and try to blind in at the risk of looking tom or giggabo or you go to the gay area of houston where no one care what color you are . dallas is way worst then houston on race diversity .. dallas uptown you might see 4 blacks there . whites have taken over these areas and will hardly invite a black club to open .. they both need change . please stop promoting these 2 racist cities , we know houston needs the vistitors but trust me you will wish you vacationed in dumpster

  2. britishrose on October 19, 2017 at 9:30 am

    people from atlanta hate texas you see what happen to TI friends? well honey that is the typical normal down there . so dont waste your time in no dam houston .. and dont even take your kids there