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Category Archive: museums

14 Summer Day Trips from San Antonio

12 weekends.  That’s all we get of Summer Vacation, which is why Day Trips are the perfect way to make your summer memorable!     Most of these are under 60 minutes from San… Continue reading

14 of the Best Train Rides and Museums in Texas

Since the Harrisburg Railroad first began chugging through Southeast Texas in 1856, Texans have loved their trains!  Here’s some of the best train rides in the state, from passenger trains on Amtrak headed… Continue reading

Texas State Aquarium, Corpus Christi

One of the biggest attractions in Corpus Christi, and located right on the bay, the Texas State Aquarium is a world-class aquarium with incredible exhibits, many of which are hands-on and interactive!  Where… Continue reading

25 of the Best Things to See and Do (and Eat) on I-35 in Texas

I-35 spans a lot of Texas, from Gainesville to Laredo, and here’s our list of some of the best stops along the way! 1.  Gainesville gives you the Frank Buck Zoo and Leonard… Continue reading

15 Free Things to do in Fort Worth

No more sitting around with nothing to do, here’s a list of 15 fun and FREE things to do in Fort Worth! 1  Fort Worth Water Gardens    While you can’t swim at the… Continue reading

10 Things to do in Galveston in the rain

While we usually don’t let a little summer rain stop us from having a good time in Galveston, some days you just need to get out of the rain and luckily Galveston is… Continue reading

10 Fun Things to do in DFW with Your Best Friends

My friend Kelly’s birthday is this weekend, and we’re trying to decide what to do to celebrate!  I made her a list of some fun things, and I can’t wait to see what… Continue reading

16 Things to See and Do on the San Antonio Riverwalk

Often imitated, but never duplicated, you can’t beat a day on the San Antonio Riverwalk!  From amazing shops, restaurants, bars and more there is just so much to see and do! 1.Take a… Continue reading

Candytopia Interactive Art Museum, Dallas

We absolutely could not wait for the opening of Candytopia in Dallas, and it absolutely DID NOT DISAPPOINT!  We had an incredible time, and while I wasn’t sure if my husband would enjoy… Continue reading

Granbury Ghost and Legends Tour in Historic Downtown Granbury

A fun and family-friendly tour around the Historic Granbury Courthouse Square, the Granbury Ghost and Legends Tour is a year-round fun event that happens every Friday and Saturyday evening!  I’ve done the tour… Continue reading

Street Dreams, Fredericksburg

While on most Texas Hill Country Ranches you expect to find cows or goats, at Street Dreams outside of Fredericksburg, the ranch is full of classic cars!   Open Tuesday – Saturday, you can… Continue reading

Rainbow Vomit Immersive Art Exhibit and Selfie Studio, Dallas

Stepping into the exhibits at Rainbow Vomit, the interactive art gallery set amid the bars on Parry Ave. in Dallas’ Fair Park, is like stepping into a comic book.  You’re set adrift in… Continue reading

American Airlines C R Smith Museum, Fort Worth

The CR Smith Museum is often overlooked for the larger science museums in Dallas and Fort Worth, but if you have a child that loves planes, it’s the perfect place to visit!  Smaller… Continue reading

11 Incredible Spring Break Destinations in Texas

Spring Break is coming, and it’s time to make plans for the best one ever!  Here’s 11 of our favorite Spring Break Destinations, from hikes in West Texas to never ending concerts by… Continue reading

Historic Home Tours in Texas

Do you love to tour old homes?  Relive Texas history through the front door of each of these home tours across the state! 1. Moody Mansion, Galveston The 28,000 square foot home in… Continue reading