There are a lot of places that Houston couples can visit in the fall to avoid the summer crowds and still find plenty of action happening. If you don’t mind skipping some of the fall festivals, you can find just as much entertianment happening at outdoor attractions.
The pleasant temperatures makes it fun to hangout on the local bayous, take short daytrips and explore some of the best kept secrets in the area.
During the seasons when the weather is cooler, it is the best time of the year to experience the marvelous diversity of plant, animal and marine life around Houston.
The Houston arboretum, Armand Bayou Nature Center and Sea Canter Texas are the prefect places to do just that, on a date, or a getaway for people that love nature and the great outdoors.
What’s Happening In Houston This Weekend
There is always plenty happening on weekends at Sea Center Texas. The local attraction combines a fish hatchery, education center and aquaria to create a marine wonderland. The facility is operated by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to promote the wise use and conservation of Texas' marine resources.
Their informative tours, will take you, your wife, partner or spouse into the world of marine animals through it’s wetland exhibit, touch tank and the largest redfish hatchery in the world. They are open weekends til 4p.m with a an abreviated schedule on Sunday’s. Sea Center Texas is located a short drive outside of Houston’s city limits in lovable Lake Jackson.
Armand Nature Center
Your Houston weekend could include spending time at ANC leisurly paddling along during one of one of their canoe tours, enjoying breakfast during an morning boat cruise or a brisk night hike.
The center is on a mission to spread the word that sustaining the the wetlands, prairie, forest and marsh habitats surrounding Armand Bayou are essential to maintaining human life in the area too.
Things For Couples To Do Around Houston
The Houston Arboretum is a sanctuary for plant and animals and its many visitors. They have over 5 miles of trails, educational summer and winter nature camps for kids and programs that teaches adults about natural crafts, art and food.
Houston couples can take advantage of the changing seasons and escape to the great Texas outdoors, even if you do it indoors, at a nature center class, tour or exhibition. When the seasons change into cooler weather, it enhances the quality of the places you visit.
Open daily from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. the Arboretum’s Discovery Room, offers hands-on interactive exhibits, microscopes, touch screens and more ways than one for learning about the habitats that were once abundant in this area.
Savvy Houston couples know that during the Fall, the steamy weather that prompted the vacation season begins its retreat and the crowds usually dwindle down to a trickle. That translates into shorter waits in line and comfortable outdoor environs.
These are just 3 of the many places around Houston that you and your loved one can enjoy well after summer is officially over. If you any pressing questions about these and other exciting places in and around the city leave us a comment and we’ll tell you even more about them.
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