The HOT Morning Show talks with Kelly Klein of Easter Seals Houston about their mission to help disabled children, and discuss their upcoming event: the 4th Annual Walk with Me at the Houston Zoo on April 25th.
Houston can take many weeks to explore, but the short-term tourist can still get a taste for what the city offers and these five attractions are a great way to start.
There is so much to do and countless places to go, things to see and people to meet. With so much to offer, you will definitely have the chance to capture memories at some of the most historic and gorgeous locations around Houston.
Extra leisure time during the holidays can be spent traveling to a favorite vacation spot, but some time spent near home can not only save money, but it can also be very rewarding and memorable. These five attractions offer holiday fun for Houston families within a short drive from home.
Here’s a quick and easy guide to Houston, the nation’s fourth largest city and the largest city in Texas.
Take your kids to a place where they can interact closely with animals of all sizes and shapes. Check out some of the area’s best petting zoos.
Spring break is a great time to get away and see something new. The Houston area offers numerous attractions for spring break adventure seekers.
Six chimpanzees are making their public debut at the Houston Zoo.
This is your all-inclusive guide to a successful and enjoyable day at the Houston Zoo.
Houston’s zoo and aquariums are more than meets the eye. You can experience much more than watching the animals at these places by checking out some of the great events they host.