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Texas Attractions, Landmarks, Things To See & Things To Do
Excitement comes easy for children and adults alike! Texas Zoos and Wildlife areas are spread out across the Lone Star State, so what are you waiting for? What an adventure!
Ready for some FUN? Texas is home to all sorts of Amusement Parks, Theme Park, Water Parks and all other kinds of family fun. Imagine yourself on riding the tallest roller coaster in Texas or fastest horse in town. Bring the family!
Remember the Alamo! Now that's historic. History is alive and well in this great state. Experiencing history comes easy with historic forts, battlefields, monuments and living history stops dotting the Texas landscape.
Texas offbeat and wacky attractions are found all along the byways of our wondrous land. Who makes the list? If a roadside attraction is found to be oversized, fun, silly, weird, undersized, unique, notable or all of the above you'll find it here in the Texas offbeat attractions guide.
Want to know where everyone else is headed? Take a peek at our list of the most popular Texas attractions and points of interest. Texas is full of great thing to see and do. It's not just cowboys and horses anymore, although we still have those too.
Texas is home to a whole host of scenic destinations and outdoor activities. You'll find that Texas is home all sorts of wildlife, natural beauty state parks, lakes, national parks, rivers, nature centers and golf courses.
Take the day and getaway! Make your visit to Texas a shopping extravaganza! Visit many of the unique shopping destinations or opportunities that are found all across Texas. Shopping is a great way to spend the day. Find all of the great steals and deals we have to offer.

Have a love for the arts? In cities and towns, large and small you'll find that art comes alive all across Texas. Art galleries, live performances, and great exhibits can be enjoyed. Texas is big on the arts!

Whether your stepping back in time to discover Texas history, admiring artwork, or bringing your child's imagination to life, Texas is home to museums of all sorts. All across the Lone Star state you'll find museums filled art, history, nature, cultural and much much more.
Grab your beach chair, your towel and the umbrella. It's time to hit the Beach. Located the perfect beach for you and you family. In this section we'll show you the many beach access points, tours, attractions and activities along the Texas Gulf Coast.

Hop in the car and take a drive down the back roads of Texas. Find Texas history, attractions and even down right fun just miles from where you are now. Have fun and make sure to tell everyone we said howdy. Texas Day Trips all across Texas.

Some things can only be found in Texas. Stop in and visit the local honky tonk for dancing and music, rope a horse at a dude ranch, sleep under the stars on a cattle drive, visit the Alamo and walk in the boots of Davy Crockett or stroll along the world famous river walk.
Texas Attractions By City
Photo credits: (Big Texan - Big Texan Staeak Ranch), (State House - Austin CVB), (Zip Line NY TX Zip Line), (Train - Texas State Railroad), (Ship - Galveston CVB), (Flowers Shopping - Athens Texas Tourism), (Aniamal and Family Fun - Houstin CVB), (All others Carol Highsmith)
Texas Events
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Jonny Gray Trio
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Mommy And Me Workout
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Round Rock Sports Bar
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Texas Attractions
Houston Zoo
6200 Hermann Park Drive Houston
Texas Travel Information Center
I-30 Near The State Line Texarkana
The Rawls Course
3720 4th Street Lubbock
John Neely Bryan Cabin
Elm and Market Dallas
Texas Campgrounds
Greyhound Rv Park
5402 Leopard Street Corpus Christi
Alsatian Resort
1581 County Road 4516 Castroville
Big Steve's Rv Park
23491 CR 4117 Frankston
Texas Day Trips
Huntsville
Huntsville Founded in 1835 by Pleasant Gray, the town of Huntsville grew quickly with prominent settlers moving here from Alabama, Tennessee and Virginia. From the city's inception, it was considered ....
Bastrop
The shops and businesses of this historically prosperous cotton and pine lumber town lie along the Colorado River instead of around a courthouse square. The cultural epicenter of Bastrop County in the....
Spring
Spring is off Interstate Highway 45 twenty miles north of Houston in north Harris County. The area was originally inhabited by the Orcoquiza Indians, who were first visited by Spaniards in 1746. In th....