12 Amazing Things To Do During Spring Break in Houston, 2020

Spring Break is almost here, but don’t fear if you haven’t already made your plans!  There’s SO much to do in Houston!  Check out my top picks for a non-stop Spring Break of fun! 

Image Courtesy of Discovery Green Park

1.  Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo   The premier event during Spring Break in Houston is Rodeo Houston!  With amazing concerts, food, rides, animal exhibits, activities for kids, live music and so much more!  It runs from March 3rd – 22nd!

2.  Discovery Green Park   This amazing park in Downtown Houston offers incredible activities everyday, but so much more during Spring Break!  Catch movies on the lawn, thrill to their outdoor skating rink, take out a kayak on the lake or experience the Illuminated House of Cards this Spring Break!

3.  Space Center Houston   Blast past the ordinary this Spring Break with all the things Out of This World at Space Center Houston!  Take a tour of the replica of the Space Shuttle, see moon rocks, have lunch with an astronaut, experience interactive displays and never, ever skip the tram tour of Johnson Space Center!  You can even bring your tent and camp at Space Center Houston during their Family Campout over Spring Beak, filled with exciting STEM activities!

4. Children’s Museum of Houston  Destination Celebration returns to Children’s Museum Houston this Spring Break for 2 weeks of high-flying fun, crazy shows, outrageous events, spectacular science demos and more every single day!   Get in for FREE every Thursday evening from 5-8pm!

5.  The Houston Zoo presents Dragons!   Your imagination comes to life at TXU Energy presents Dragons at the Houston Zoo! Guests of all ages are invited to experience the thrill of seeing these mythical beasts move, roar, and even breathe smoke. Explore the enchanted forest filled with magical animatronic creatures like the towering East Asian dragon, the serpent-like Basiliskthe medieval Western Dragon, and many more!  March 7 – September 7

6. Farm Funland at Blessington Farms  From pick-your-own strawberries to great farm activities like pedal cars, slides, barrel train, swings and of course farm animals, your kids won’t ever want to leave!

7.  Health Museum  In the DeBakey Cell Lab, you don’t need to be a scientist to enter, but you’ll feel like one when you leave! Gear up with a lab coat, gloves, and goggles and travel through experiment stations designed to bilingually introduce biology-based science to the public and inspire future scientists and leaders in the medical field. 

8.  Houston 61st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade  Saturday, March 14th at noon  A FREE parade to celebrate the Shamrock in all of us!

9.  48th Annual Buffalo Bayou Regatta   On March 10th you can watch or participate in this fun, 15-mile canoe and kayak race!   Kids must be 12 years old to participate, and under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

10.  Feed a Stingray at the Downtown Aquarium  The friendly sea creatures will gracefully glide up to eat from your hand at this amazing, hands-on exhibit!  The aquarium also offers fun rides, and the new outdoor Tiger Enclosure!

11. Houston Museum of Natural Science   Don’t miss The Art of the Brick, named one of CNN’s Top Ten ‘Global Must-See Exhibitions’.  THE ART OF THE BRICK exhibit by artist Nathan Sawaya is a critically acclaimed collection of inspiring artworks made exclusively from one of the most recognizable toys in the world: the LEGO® brick.

12.  Houston Arboretum and Botanical Gardens  Take a walk through the arboretum’s many diverse trails, or check out the fun activities offered during March!

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