On Monday, we gave you the top attractions in Texas.
We’re now giving you a guide to some of the best ones in the country.
(It’s also one of the reasons why we’re calling it the Top 50.)
In case you missed the last time we did the top 50, here’s the rundown:1.
The Old City MarketHouston’s Old City Mall is a true jewel of a shopping center.
It’s home to an impressive array of shops and restaurants, from the city’s famed Mexican-inspired taqueria to a thriving boutique and fashion-forward boutiques.
You’ll also find a few upscale boutiques, a fine arts and music scene, and a thriving arts community.2.
Old City ParkHouston’s iconic Old City park is the largest and oldest park in Texas, dating to 1875.
It features a wide assortment of hiking, biking, and outdoor activities.
It is also home to the Museum of Contemporary Art.3.
The Museum of Texas Texas The Museum is a museum dedicated to preserving the history and culture of the state and its people.
It houses the most significant exhibits of Texas and its history.4.
The Dallas Museum of ArtOne of the nation’s leading museums, the Dallas Museum has a rich collection of fine art, including paintings, sculptures, and jewelry, as well as a collection of historic documents and artifacts.5.
Dallas Museum and Art GalleryDallas is a great place to visit, but it is a little pricey.
In addition to a museum, the DMAAG is a fantastic collection of rare, contemporary art and art history.6.
Austin Museum of Science and IndustryAustin is known for its science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education, as do its museums.
The Austin Museum is also a major attraction for visitors.7.
The Science Center of AustinThe Science Center has been an important institution in Texas for more than three centuries, including founding the state’s first national park, the Texas Aquarium.8.
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and CultureThe Smithsonian’s African American history and cultural center in Washington, D.C., has been one of our top five museums.9.
The Houston Museum of Natural ScienceHouston’s Museum of Nature and Science is one of America’s top museums of natural science.10.
The Natural History MuseumHouston’s Natural History museum is one the most important collections in the world.11.
The Texas Botanical GardenHouston’s botanical garden is an essential part of Houston’s urban fabric.
It includes more than 150,000 species of plants, animals, and insects, and is home to more than 100 species of animals.12.
Texas A&M University The Texas A & M University is an independent institution, which means it receives no federal funds, and does not receive funding from any federal or state government agency.13.
Texas State CapitolHouston’s Texas State Capital features a massive dome-like structure that houses the State House, the governor’s mansion, the Capitol Rotunda, and the Capitol rotunda.14.
Texas History MuseumThe Texas History museum offers a rich assortment of items related to Texas history, from books and pamphlets to maps, photos, and posters.15.
Houston Museum District Houston’s Museum District has a vibrant collection of artifacts and other collections, including more than 300 antique and historic items.16.
Museum of the City of HoustonHouston’s Art Museum District is a popular destination for Houstonians looking for a unique and affordable way to experience art in Houston.17.
Art Museum of DallasThe Art Museum is an exciting destination for those who want to learn about the art of Houston.
It also hosts a diverse collection of artists and other artists in Houston, including many of the country’s best-known artists.18.
Houston History Museum Houston’s History Museum is the oldest museum in Texas and one of only two museums in the United States that has been in operation since 1851.19.
National Museum Of African American ArtHouston’s National museum has become one of Houston-area’s top art museums, thanks in large part to the generosity of the Art Museum Foundation.20.
Houston Science CenterHouston’s Science Center offers an outstanding array of programs for children, with programs like an art program, a STEM program, and even an advanced science curriculum.