Top Reasons We Are Excited For Fall In Houston

Top Houston Fall Activities

It is official. The kids are in school and while the weather tells you like it’s summer, the calendar is most certainly full of fall fun. So dust off your boots, find a few of those scarves, and mark your calendar for some can’t-miss celebrations, things to do, must-visit places as well as events taking place in Houston over the next few months.

S.E.C.R.E.T at Children’s Museum of Houston

Houston, TX 77004

S.E.C.R.E.T. is an organization that protects the mysterious Crystals hidden underneath the museum. The Crystal energy flows through pipes in the museum to power the exhibits. As a S.E.C.R.E.T. Agent, we need you to complete missions to protect the Crystals! –

Mummies of the World at Houston Museum of Natural Science

1001 Bissonnet,
Houston, Texas 77005

Welcome to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. I hope you find an inspiring guide to the wonderful experiences in store for you at the Museum, and I invite you to explore all of the exceptional exhibitions, installations, and virtual programming. We are especially pleased to introduce Houston—and the world—to the new Nancy and Rich Kinder Building, dedicated to the first comprehensive display of the Museum’s international collections of modern and contemporary art. This beautiful facility, and the surrounding plazas, gardens, and commissions, match the growth, diversity, and dynamism of our city. The inaugural exhibition Connecting Currents comprises thematic installations of art from the 1960s to 2020.-

Children’s Museum Houston

1500 Binz St.
Houston, TX 77004
(713) 522-1138

The Houston region has one of the largest child populations in the United States and the Children’s Museum Houston serves an audience of more than 1 million children and families each year. Children’s Museum Houston is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that relies on private and public contributions. When you support us, you can feel confident that your contribution directly benefits the children of Houston. Whether our just visiting or a regular, we’ve got ways for you to save on admission and access all that we have to offer. –

The Original Greek Festival


In 1917, a handful of Greek immigrants formed what is today one of the largest Greek Orthodox communities in the United States. The vision, foresight and dedication of those few faithful immigrants laid the groundwork for what exists today. AGOCFrom its original location in downtown Houston (what is now Tranquility Park) to the sprawling grounds that border Yoakum Boulevard, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral has become a major force in the religious and social communities that comprise Houston today.-

Space Center Houston

1601 NASA Pkwy,
Houston, TX 77058

The Manned Space Flight Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational foundation offering extensive science education programs and a space museum. The cornerstone of its education mission is Space Center Houston, a leading science and space exploration learning center. It is one of Houston’s top attractions, the area’s No. 1 attraction for international visitors, the Official Visitor Center of NASA Johnson Space Center and a Smithsonian Affiliate. –

Houston Zoo

6200 Hermann Park Drive
Houston, TX 77030

The Houston Zoo connects communities with animals to inspire action to save wildlife and is committed to being a leader in the global effort to save animals in the wild. We are home to over 6,000 permanent residents (our animals) for whom we provide the highest standard in animal care. Each year, we welcome over two million guests who come to experience our incredible animals and ecosystems, and through their admission ticket or membership, help us fund the protection efforts of the counterparts of every species at the Zoo, in the wild. Through guests visiting the Zoo, we support 49 wildlife conservation projects in 27 countries around the world. We are proud to be the second most visited Zoo in the US, and the most-attended cultural attraction in the region. –

Houston Ballet


We offer a variety of performances and dance classes, most of which are FREE of charge. Programs designed for students to experience the art form of dance in a performance or presentation. Programs in which students participate in dance classes. Programs for teachers and students that approach academic content and Social and Emotional Learning. –


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