Econo Lodge Reliant - Medical Center

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 7905 S. Main St. , Houston, TX, US, 77025

  • Téléphone : (713) 667-8200
  • Télécopie : (713) 665-6679
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Participe aux mesures de protection de l'environnement

Le label "Soutient les mesures de protection de l'environnement" indique la participation de l'hôtel à un programme de protection de l'environnement facultatif qui inclut l'utilisation d'un éclairage économiseur d'énergie, la ré-utilisation des serviettes de toilette et des draps et le recyclage sur place. Le label "Soutient les mesures de protection de l'environnement" n'est pas une certification officielle.

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Arts et Musées

»Rice University Art Gallery

Rice University has a worldwide reputation as a great institute of learning, especially in the arts. Campus visitors who appreciate contemporary art will love this gallery located inside Sewall Hall. Known for attracting skillful and popular artists like Stephen Hendee, Barry McGee and Diana Cooper, the gallery focuses on featuring one event at a time. There are also many other attractions on this beautiful campus. After your gallery tour, take time for a campus stroll and admire the beautiful oak trees on Rice Boulevard.

6100 Main Street
Houston, TX 77005

»Gremillion & Co. Fine Art Inc.

Not just another art gallery, this company is committed to assisting clients in the selection and purchase of art, as well as generally supporting artists and promoting the arts in the community. It exhibits and sells a wide range of contemporary works, including original paintings and prints, photography, sculpture and furniture art. The elegantly modern space is also available to rent for special events.

2501 Sunset Boulevard
Houston, TX 77005

»Burke Baker Planetarium

Enjoy an educational outing that is out of this world at Burke Baker Planetarium. Its convenient location inside the Houston Museum of Natural Science helps you turn this outing into a full day of entertainment. There is a McDonald's to satisfy your stomach and a gift shop for picking up souvenirs. Regular astronomy shows run throughout the day, but the laser light shows presented in the evenings are simply amazing.

1 Hermann Circle Drive
Houston, TX 77030

»John P. McGovern Museum of Health & Medical Science (The Health Museum)

The Health Museum was made to be interactive, create awareness on health education and cater to kids. Exhibits include a large walk-through view of the human body called the Body Pavilion. Discussions and interactive talk sessions also feature the pros and cons of smoking habits, the importance of a healthier lifestyle and many other workshops that educate kids. Apart from health and nutrition, visitors are welcome to be part of various health fairs. Apart from its regular exhibits and educational programs, the museum also plays host to private events and other social celebrations. Call ahead or check the website to know more.

1515 Hermann Drive
Houston, TX 77004

»Harris Gallery

A leader in contemporary art, Harris Gallery is where you will find many fine works from leading artists like Staunton Gilchrist, Peter Brown and Mona Marshall. Be sure to check their event calendar when visiting. Many of the artists personally come for exhibitions, book signings and presentations. They pride themselves on displaying an assortment of artwork, including abstracts, photographs, sculpture and landscape creations. Bits and pieces of Texas are apparent in some of the creations. They are open Monday and Tuesday by appointment only.

1100 Bissonnet
Houston, TX 77005

»The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

The selection of exhibits at Houston's Museum of Fine Arts covers both modern and ancient art and represents the talent of artists from Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. You will find Frederic Remington's fine Western art mingling with medieval pieces and the work of early European masters. Paintings are abundant, but the lovely sculpture garden here is also worth viewing. Both the Glassell School of Art and the Hirsch Library for Art History call this museum home. Film buffs love the museum for its weekly showings of classic and foreign films. A gift shop and restaurant are both on hand to satisfy your hunger after a day of exploring.

1001 Bissonnet Street
Houston, TX 77005

»Cullen Sculpture Garden

Beautifully made statues designed by human hands provide hours of pleasure in this scenic outdoor garden. Well-known artists like Rodin, Giacometti, Matisse and many others have works on display. Cross the street after a tour through the Museum of Fine Arts and take a stroll down the red granite walkway that is surrounded by the Noguchi crafted wall. Viewing such wonderful creations in the great outdoors is soothing.

Montrose Boulevard at Bissonnet Street
Houston, TX 77005

»Houston Museum of Natural Science

The Houston Museum of Natural Science offers a wide variety of exhibits that are worthy of a full day's outing. The three-level live butterfly exhibit will fascinate visitors of any age, as will the dinosaur exhibit in the Morian Hall of Paleontology. The Wiess Energy Hall and the hall of Gems and Minerals are also worth a visit. If you need a break, enjoy an IMAX film or sit in on one of Burke Baker Planetarium shows.

5555 Hermann Park Drive
Houston, TX 77030

»Contemporary Arts Museum

Opened in 1948, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston's goal is to present the "art of our time." Renovated in 1997, the building sports an elegant interior that is almost as appealing as the exhibits. Regional, national and international artists display their work here, and the museum can also take credit for the successful launch of several local artists' careers. The art exhibits are very diverse, exhibiting the use of various materials and subjects in a wide range of styles. The gift shop might put a significant dent in your wallet, but it is rumored to be one of the best in town.

5216 Montrose Boulevard
Houston, TX 77006

»Children's Museum of Houston

The Children's Museum of Houston opened in 1984 and is devoted to teaching through interactive play. Galleries cover history, culture, fine and performing arts, technology, science, and geography. Adults are welcome to take a break in the Teacher and Family Resource Center where extra teaching materials are available to boost those creative juices. Lots of fun, educational toys are available in the gift shop, and snacks are available to satisfy your hunger.

1500 Binz Street
Houston, TX 77004

»Caroline Wiess Law Building

Caroline Wiess Law Building is a museum devoted to works of art from around the world. The many galleries in the museum exhibit various artworks some of them being the Indonesian gold artifacts, and Pre-Columbian and sub-Saharan African artworks, Asian arts and Glassell Collection of African Gold to name a few. Hence this multi-cultural exhibition center is a treat for those who appreciate global arts. With various exhibition events happening round the year a visit here would definitely be enriching.

1001 Bissonnet Street
Houston, TX 77005

»C.G. Jung Educational Center

The C.G. Jung Educational Center is very well known in Houston. The library boasts of one of the best collections in this part of the country, and discussions are held throughout the year with speakers like Gail Roen, Marios Woodman, Niels Hamel, and Hung Hsien. Carl Jung's analytic method of psychology is used to create more self-awareness through classes, workshops, lectures, conferences, a bookstore and art exhibitions throughout the year. The location is in the museum district on Montrose near Bissonnet. Hours vary according to venue and event.

5200 Montrose Boulevard
Houston, TX 77006
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