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Children’s Museum of Houston, Houston

The only thing that makes the Children’s Museum of Houston better is to visit it with friends, and we had a great time playing, building and exploring during a Mommy and Me trip… Continue reading

Shakespeare in the Park, Dallas

Sitting on a blanket with a picnic dinner and a bottle of sparkling grape juice, my sixteen-year-old and I had an amazing time sitting under a full moon and laughing at the incredible… Continue reading

Showboat Drive In, Hockley

Showboat Know Before You Go Bring your own chairs, blankets and bug spray. Outside food and drinks are not allowed. Before the movies, there are swings and tetherball for the kids. Snackbar Things… Continue reading

Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas

Located at Dallas Love Field, Frontiers of Flight Museum gives visitors a view of the vision of the aeronautical industry, from the first planes to space travel. Know Before You Go Outside Food… Continue reading

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Since 1997, the Alamo Drafthouse has been known in Austin as a great place to watch a movie and have a drink with friends.  What started as a one screen, second-run theater has… Continue reading

Dallas Heritage Village

The Dallas Heritage Village sits in the shadows of the skyscrapers of Dallas, but offer an incredible experience to learn the history and culture of those who first settled here along the banks… Continue reading

Dove Park, Spray Pad and Waterpark, Grapevine

I’ve always loved the parks in Grapevine, and Dove Park is one of my favorites!  The complex offers a public park, a FREE spray pad and a fun public swimming pool, complete with… Continue reading

The Ultimate I-45 Roadtrip

It’s summer, and if you’re planning to travel any of the 284 miles of I-45, that spans from Dallas all the way down to Galveston, you must check out these 20 + terrific… Continue reading

Space Center Houston, Houston

Space Center Houston at the Johnson Space Center is the Visitors Center for NASA’s Mission Control and Astonaut Training facility!  It’s filled with interactive and fun exhibits that kids will love, as well… Continue reading

Rockport Beach, Rockport

Rockport is a fun little beach town, just minutes North of Port Aransas, on Aransas Bay!  It’s quiet beaches on the bay, with small waves and shallow water make it a perfect destination… Continue reading

Goose Island State Park, Rockport

As the last stop on our week long coastal bend road trip, there was SO much I wanted to do in Rockport and at Goose Island State Park, but the lull of the… Continue reading

Keepers at Horace Caldwell Pier, Port Aransas

If you think it takes a special talent or expensive equipment to go fishing on one of the big piers, I’m here to tell you that anyone can do it!  We threw in… Continue reading

A Laughing Horse Lodge, Port Aransas

While you can find some stilted beach houses in Port Aransas, this cute little town is known for their colorful beach cottages scattered across Mustang Island, named for the wild horses that once… Continue reading

Scarlet Lady Dolphin Adventures, Port Aransas

One of the highlights of visiting Port Aransas is a chance to see the dolphins that live in the bay and channel around Mustang Island!  While you might see some during the short… Continue reading

North Beach, Corpus Christi

Located on Corpus Christi Bay, North Beach is a fun place to spend a day playing in the water and sand, and exploring the nearby attractions, like the USS Lexington and the Texas… Continue reading