Houston Entertainment, Music, & Recreation Tours
Take a Houston Entertainment, Music, and Recreation tour with us. You have many choices to make here. What kind of bars do you like? What kind of music do you like? What kind of entertainment do you like? Turnover of clubs may result in the closing and or renaming of many venues and the substitution of one bar for another.
- This tour can include going to areas of concentrations of bars such as on lower and upper Westheimer Road, Richmond Avenue, Washington Avenue, on downtown streets such as Franklin Street, Main Street, Travis Street, Congress Street, and Texas Avenue, and sports bars in the Rice Village.
- It can also include several live music options such as the upscale Sambuca Jazz Cafe, The Horn for contemporary jazz, rhythm and blues, and soul, Fitzgerald’s for rock and roll, the House of Blues for well - blues music, Goode’s Armadillo Palace for country and western, and or The Last Concert Cafe with its outdoor stage for bands. Other clubs can be included or substituted as one can make requests in the immediate area. Several of these places will only have live music on Friday and Saturday nights.
- This tour can also take you to recreation areas such as the Aquarium with its amusement center, Bayou Place, the Houston Pavilions with Pete’s Dueling Pianos, and the Galleria with its ice skating rink that is open until 9 PM. Discovery Green is sometimes included when it has movies, performers, or ice-skating in November, December, and January. Hermann Park can be included when it has functions at Miller Outdoor Theater on Fridays and Saturdays from March into November.
These entertainment tours are from 3.0 to 3.5 hours. These normally are from:
- 7:00 to 10:30 PM,
- 7:30 to 11:00 PM, or
- 8:00 to 11:30 PM.