What to do in Houston with Kids
There is a lot to do in Houston, with kids, and we’re putting the best of the best in one spot! Look below for things to do with the kids… and scroll to the bottom for the interactive map!
Here’s a list of over 50 things to do… and they are fun things to do! Feed horses, find art, tour museums and more!
If you have a few hours, we have ideas on how to spend them with kids. This list is organized by location.
A Citywide Map of Parks with Pictures and Reviews.
Where to take the little engineers!
Where to take little fire fighters!
Explore downtown Houston with kids!
Walk through this hip neighborhood… and find lots of things to do in Houston with kids!
Chinatown! We love it, but it can be overwhelming with all the shops and restaurants. Here are some things-to-do to get you started.
Whether we are looking for a beach, museum, park or restaurant, the small Galveston Island has them… and they are easy to get to! Here are the places we’ve visited with kids (and not just a laundry list of things to do).
This list does not include usual favorites… so you won’t find the awesome Children’s Museum here. Instead, you will find things with fewer crowds, some that are a little quirky, and all that are just as much fun as the well-known spots.
There is no doubt that there is a lot to do with kids in Houston. Just the large number of activities could keep you busy for a childhood. And if you look closer, you can find quite a few activities that are unique to Houston and some that just a little quirky and out-of-the-ordinary. But if you look even closer, there are some things that are so surprising that they disorient you and make you question where in the world you are.
Houston is a big city with a lot of highways, buildings and concrete… but lucky for animal lovers and those that just love to be outside… Houston has something for you too! Look here for places to see animals, to explore nature centers and to play on farms around Houston!
For a map of things to do, look below!
To use it:
1. Look in your part of town.
2. The square in the top left will let you turn on and off layers for parks, restaurants, etc.
3. Click on the dots you want to learn more about.
4. In the window that opens, click on the link to see pictures and read about the venue!