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Houston Date Ideas (Things To Do)

1. Hermann Park
Herman Park
Hermann Park Bridge
Hermann Park is a place of trees and greenery, just perfect for a picnic or a walk. Over 545 acres cover everything from a series of pools to an 18-hole golf course. It is a great place to go on a bright, sunny day and you are sure to enjoy a date here.


2. Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens
Bayou Bend Gardens
Bayou Bend Gardens
The Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens takes you back to an elegant and elaborate time - the early 20th Century. The spacious mansion begs to be explored and the extensive grounds and gardens have many meandering walking paths.


3. Houston Zoological Gardens
Zoo
Koala at Houston Zoo
The Houston Zoological Gardens include a primate rain forest, a petting zoo, and an aquarium. You can have a great time wandering through and enjoying the animals and Houston's great weather.


4. The Orange Show
Orange Show
The Orange Show
A celebration of everyone's favorite citrus fruit. There are many memorabilia as well as art about the orange on display. You can buy gummy orange sweets, cool orange juice, and just about anything else that is made from, or flavored with oranges.


5. Houston Arboretum and Nature Center
Arboretum
Bird at Arboteum
Out in the cool air, you can do just as you please. Walk along the many trails, or ride your bikes. Don't forget to carry a picnic basket - there are many secluded spots where you can settle down, relax, and enjoy the company.


6. Cockrell Butterfly Center
Cockrell Butterfly Center
Cockrell Butterfly Ctr
Let the hundreds of tiny spots of color fascinate you as they flutter all around and over you. There is an exhibit and plenty of reading material if you are seriously interested in butterflies. However, if you just want to flit in and out as you enjoy the display, this is perfect for you.


7. View From Chase Tower
Chase Tower
Chase Lookout Deck
Climb up to the top of the Chase Tower for spectacular city views. This is a great place to pop that all-important question, or to say those three magic words. You will definitely create lasting memories up on top of the world.


8. Market Square Historic District
market Square
Market Square Path
This scenic walking area is replete with of historical buildings and locations. There are tours offered, but you can also take yourselves on a self-guided tour, exploring and questioning as you go. There are many great cafes and restaurants to ensure you will never go hungry.


9. International Festival
International Festival
International Festival
Held at various locations in the downtown area in the later weekends of April, this is a festival for all music and culture lovers. Musicians from across the globe come here to play and jam together, while festive stalls sell their food and wares.

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