In the heart of Houston's Uptown Business District, Sheraton Suites Houston near the Galleria is conveniently located a block away from one of the city's leading shopping centers in Houston, The Houston Galleria, as well as the city's most popular attractions. Aside from great shopping, Houston’s rich culinary scene and thriving natural habitat, due to a 2,500-mile network of bayous flowing through the city, makes this a destination filled with things to do for everyone.
- BBVA Compass Stadium
- Houston Toyota Center
- Minute Maid Park
- NRG Stadium
- Houston Zoo
- Space Center Houston
- Houston Museum of Fine Arts
- Houston Museum of Natural Science
- Houston Heights
- Katy Mills
- Rice Village
- The Galleria
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Shopping Centers in Houston
Dramatic architecture, an extraordinary mix of stores and unique style of entertainment have made The Galleria Houston's #1 shopping and tourist destination.
Located in one of Houston's most charming and historic neighborhoods, The Heights, this unique shopping district is home to antiques, home decor, art galleries and vintage clothing.
Featuring hundreds of the best names in retail Katy Mills is the one-stop shop for bargain hunters. With stores like Neiman Marcus Last Call Clearance Center, Off 5th Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet, Nike and Polo it's not what they have, it's how much time do you have?
Rice Village Houston is considered one of Houston's premier shopping destinations. After enjoying a recent expansion, Rice Village now covers 16 blocks and features over 300 stores ranging from nationwide retailers to small eclectic shops and boutiques.
Houston Museums and Attractions
Space City is Houston’s only official nickname. Because of the city’s proximity to NASA’s Johnson Space Center, the first word uttered by the first man on the moon in July 1969 was “Houston." Get a behind the scenes tour of NASA's Johnson Space Center and experience the historic Mission Control Center, the Space Vehicle Mockup Facility or the Current Mission Control center. Be sure to visit the all new Saturn V Complex at Rocket Park to complete your tour.
The Houston Zoo features over 4,500 permanent wildlife residents, 55 acres of lush zoological gardens and special exhibits throughout the year. Whether you have just an hour of all day, the Houston Zoo has a special interactive map so that you can plan your visit.
In the heart of Houston, the Museum of Fine Arts, is a dynamic cultural complex featuring two museum buildings, two art schools, two decorative arts centers and a sculptural garden.
Being one of the most heavily attended museums in the country the Houston Museum of Natural Science features over a dozen permanent exhibits focusing on astronomy, space exploration, Native Americans, paleontology, energy, chemistry, gems and minerals and seashells.
Houston Sports Venues
Minute Maid Park is located in the heart of downtown Houston, Minute Maid Park combines the feel of an classic old-time park with the amenities of modern ones. After you take a guided tour of the park enjoy a baseball game with the Houston Astros.
Home to some of Houston's most exciting sporting events that include professional football games, Houston Livestock and Rodeo Show, concerts, racing events and various other trade shows and entertainment events.
Houston Toyota Center
Home to the NBA's Houston Rockets and the AHL Houston Aeros the Toyota Center has quickly established itself as being one of the up and coming venues in all of Houston.
BBVA Compass Stadium
Home to the Major Soccer League's Houston Dynamo, the BBVA Compass Stadium hosts a variety of sporting events throughout the year; including Texas Southern University's home football games.