10 Places You Need to Visit Between Dallas and HoustonOn January 5, 2022
There are so many things to see and do in Texas that it can actually be surprisingly challenging to pick just one or two for your weekend excursion, day trip, or extended visit. In fact, this list was originally going to be 7 places to visit, but we just had to add a few more.
The following is a list of 10 places you need to visit – and places you can visit when you ride our bus from Dallas to Houston. Give them a look and discover a great new experience as you travel through this state.
- AT&T Stadium – This is home of the Dallas Cowboys and a must-see location for any fan. Naturally, the best time to visit is on game day, but if you missed out on getting tickets or you are here during the off season, it’s still worth a look. The stadium’s architecture is amazing and there is plenty to do in the vicinity.
- John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza – The museum located here contains information about the assassination and the history of President John F. Kennedy himself. You don’t want to miss this exhibit. There are more than 90k items related to the assassination and how it impacted the world.
- Dallas Arts District – This walkable district is roughly 20 square blocks of museums, galleries, performing arts venues, restaurants, and a whole lot of creativity. You can come here again and again and always discover something new.
- Pepper Museum – Did you know there was an entire museum dedicated to this refreshing beverage? There are actually 2 buildings to explore, including the historic 1906 Artesian Manufacturing & Bottling Company building. There are many fun experiences here for fans of this soda.
- Waco Mammoth National Monument – In 1978, mammoth bones were discovered here, and the excavation would later reveal the first and only evidence of a nursery herd of ice age mammoths.
- Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum – The Texas Rangers have practically been a symbol of this state for decades, and this museum preserves their history and offers a wide range of educational and fun events and activities.
In College Station
- Kyle Field – College football fans need to take the opportunity to visit this field for themselves, whether you’re a Texas A&M fan or not. It is one of the largest stadiums in the country, making it a surprising experience for many visitors.
- Houston Zoo – The zoo in Houston is home to more than 6,000 permanent residents, and every year, more than 2 million people come to visit. The goal of the zoo is to connect people with wildlife and encourage them to help save animals in the wild, so there are many programs and activities happening here year-round.
- Space Center Houston – Since 1992, Space Center Houston has hosted millions of visitors. Here, you’ll find a wide range of fun and educational activities, all centering on science, technology, and engineering. There is also a space museum that features more than 400 different artifacts as well as a range of permanent and traveling exhibits.
- The Galleria – This is the largest shopping center in Texas. Tens of millions of visitors come here to explore the 400 stores and restaurants spread out over the 2.4 million square feet. There is always something new and different, here. Check out the huge anchor stores or explore the smaller, independent and unique offerings. There’s almost no end to the fun you can have here.
Exploring Texas at a Great Price
At RedCoach, you can ride from Dallas to Houston for prices that start at $15. This means you don’t have to spend a fortune to reach some of these incredible places. You just have to do a little bit of planning (in case some of these locations require reservations), and then book your seats on our luxury motor coach.
Texas is a great state with so much to see and do. Unfortunately, most of us only go and see some of these unique attractions when someone comes to visit.
Don’t miss out on some of the things our state has to offer. You can take advantage of our affordable prices to hit the road and really discover some of the amazing places, events, and activities in Texas.