H-Town, Space City, and the Energy Capital of the World has a new name. Let it be known that Houston is now the home of Super Bowl LI.
If you’re visiting this wonderfully diverse city for the big game, let our Houston digital marketing agency give you the rundown on where to go and what to do.
10. Take a Trip Back in Time
The Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS) houses the largest exhibit of mummies and related artifacts ever assembled, one of the most renowned paleontology halls in the United States, and a plethora of other outstanding exhibits.
9. Go to Space…Center Houston
Space Center Houston features over 400 space artifacts, exhibits, and attractions related to America’s spaceflight program and is known around the world as the home of NASA Mission Control. Plan Your Visit!
8. Buy Local at First Saturday Arts Market
Browse fine art and eclectic goods Saturday, February 4th in one of Houston’s most unique communities. First Saturday Arts Market in the Heights showcases local artists and offers live music and food trucks as well.
7. Browse the Brews
With over 17 breweries and more in the works, Houston’s craft beer scene is worth exploring. Tour the well-known ones like Saint Arnold and Karbach or visit our newer additions like 8th Wonder and Southern Star.
6. Uncover the Unique
Austin is known for being weird, but Houston has some interesting spots as well. Check out the Art Car Museum, the Beer Can House, the Orange Show, and James Turrell’s Skyspace.
5. Be a Foodie
Anthony Bourdain calls Houston a wonderland of the strange and diverse, Guy Fieri has highlighted Houston diners, drive-ins, and dives and even Andrew Zimmern has found some bizarre foods here. Join them and uncover your new favorite restaurant during Super Bowl LI weekend.
4. Have The NFL Experience
Stop by the George R. Brown Convention Center between January 28th and February 5th for interactive games, youth football clinics, autograph sessions, virtual reality technology and more! Get your tickets here.
3. Be a V.I.P. at Club Nomadic
A 3-story, 62,500 square foot, traveling nightclub has appeared at Sawyer Yards in the Washington Avenue Arts District. Party like a celebrity while enjoying performances by Sam Hunt, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars and The Chainsmokers. Learn more.
2. Save Money at Super Bowl Live
Super Bowl Live is a free 10-day festival at Discovery Green with a concert lineup featuring some of Houston’s best local artists. Acts include ZZ Top, Blue October, Solange and The Suffers. See the lineup and arrive early!
1. Watch Super Bowl LI
As you explore this diverse city and all it has to offer, don’t lose track of time. Super Bowl LI airs Sunday, February 5th at 5:30 pm on FOX.
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