Discover The Great State of Texas Your Way! Exploring the seven unique regions of the Lonestar State can take a while, so it's time to get started! In Texas you'll find a new adventure around every bend in the road, over every hill, atop every mountain, along the 600 miles of sandy shoreline, deep in the canyons, where history was made and all points in-between, Texas is the place where your experiences make life long memories.
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Any trip to Texas must include at least one of these top destinations. In San Antonio you'll want to visit the Riverwalk , the Alamo or the Market Square. In Dallas visitors enjoy the Dallas Farmers Market, the JFK museum and Deep Ellum. Houston's top spots include NASA, the beach and the Battleship Texas. Visitors to Austin must tour the State Capitol Building , dine and dance on 6th Street and see over a million bats emerge from underneath the Congress Street Bridge at dusk. In Fort Worth you simply have to visit all of these top destinations. First you'll want to hang your hat at the "World's Largest Honky-Tonk" Billy Bob's Texas, next you'll want to mosey on over to the Stockyards Station to witness a real life cattle drive. While you're in the historic district make sure to stop in an pay a vist to the Stockyards Museum to learn about everything cowboy. No matter where you find yourself make sure to check out the hotspots in your town. Texas is full of great things to see and do. It's not just cowboys and horses anymore, although we still have those too.
The Wacky Offbeat and Iconic Side Of Texas Texas is home to some of the most wacky, offbeat, wierd, iconic and downright strange attractions to be sure. From oversized muffler men, life-size dinosaurs, giant this or thats, the unexplained, the outrageous, stuffed creatures, wax creatures and just about everything else that is completely wacky and Texas. In Beaumont you'll find the Worlds Largest Fire Hydrant, in Cedar Creek you stare in amazement at the World's Larget Squirrel, in Houston you have to stop by the Beer Can House, in Huntsville you can't miss the 67 foot tall Statue of Sam Houston and of course you can't forget the Stonghenge Easter Island Replicas in Ingram. See the entire list of Texas' wacky attractions here.
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