Welcome to the Bayou City!
Forget cowboys and oil derricks, Houston boasts a unique mix of international appeal and Southern charm! It is the nation's 4th largest city with over 2.3 million residents.
Click here for a list of the hotels we have contracted with and have given us discounted rates for the 2012 JCC Maccabi Games and ArtsFest.
Houston is considered to have one of the best culinary scenes in the country, with cuisine from around the world. There are more than 8,000 restaurants in the Houston area with culinary choices that represent more than 35 countries and American regions.
Arts, culture, shopping and more...you won't run out of fun things to do during your visit. Let the Greater Houston Convention and Visitor's Bureau help you plan your trip.
The Allen brothers founded the city in 1836 and named it after Sam Houston, hero of the Battle of San Jacinto. Since then, it has grown from a tiny village to an oil boomtown and international center of business. In 1969, “Houston” was the first word spoken from the moon. More heart surgeries are performed in the world-renowned Texas Medical Center than anywhere else in the world. Learn more interesting facts and figures about Houston.
Houston is known for its "spaghetti bowl" of freeways and highways. Don't be intimidated! Here's a resource to help you find your way around. We've also included addresses, maps and driving directions for our venues here.
Enjoy an Astros Baseball Game
Visit Minute Maid Park with discounted tickets to see the Houston Astros on Wednesday, August 8 and through the weekend. Click here to learn more.
Check out www.visithoustontexas.com for a broad range of information about Houston!