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Earlier known as the Revention Music Center, Bayou Music Center is a modern concert venue. This music center nestled in the Bayou Place complex features an interesting event line-up and stages performances of renowned artists/bands. In the past, likes of Elton John and Kylie Minogue have rocked its stage. Though primarily it is a concert venue, occasionally Bayou Music Center hosts comedy shows and special events too. The venue capacity is subject to the seating arrangement aligned as per the event held. Call for more details.
The Ballroom is an event venue located in the Bayou Place. With spacious indoor as well as outdoor seating, the space is suitable for any occasion. Be it a wedding reception or a corporate seminar, its ambiance can be customized to suit your party theme. If you have an event coming up, then book the space and you could also ask for their recommended caterers to serve your party.
Standing at 662 feet (202 meters), First City Tower is one of the tallest buildings in the city, and is also one of its most prominent landmarks. Designed by famed architect Morris-Aubry the building is one of the gems in the city's crown. Most noted for its unorthodox, contemporary design, frame and structure, the building truly is one of the marvels of modern architecture.
When one thinks of the Apollo 11 moon mission, perhaps, the first words that come to mind are the ones transmitted by Neil Armstrong when he said, "Houston, Tranquility base here. The Eagle has landed." It is to honor this historic and landmark mission that the city's Parks and Recreation Department has created the Tranquility Park. Located in downtown, this park lays surrounded by prominent city buildings, like the City Hall and the Bank of America Center, and is a vital community gathering point. The park, which features a landscape carved to resemble the craters and mounds of the surface of the moon, plays host to prominent events like the Children's Festival and Houston International Festival. Call to know more.
The Theater District is a lovely 17 acre (6.88 hectare) region in Houston which is a hub for nine organizations for performing arts as well as several restaurants and parks. The area is known to be visited by over two million people every year. The Alley Theater and the Bayou Place Entertainment Complex are major attractions in the area.
Near Wortham Center in downtown Houston, you will find this scenic park filled with walking trails and terraced gardens. All the paths wind down to Buffalo Bayou. Occasionally, you can see boats slipping along the smooth waters of the bayou as you walk along the promenade. The park is also the site of a massive metal sculpture of seven pillars that commemorate the Texas Sesquicentennial.