Houston Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
Houston hop-on-hop-off tour is for the guest. Most members of the family will enjoy this hop-on-hop-off tour. There will be a guide offering commentary on all of the sites. The hop-on-hop-off tour is for every member of the family. Guests should be prepared to hop on or hop off the double decker open bus.
Guests taking the Houston hop-on-hop-off tour will be picked up at one of the six locations around town. The Houston hop-on-hop-off tour is one that will allow guests to get off at any stop and take pictures. There will be much commentary throughout the day. The itinerary is up to the guest.
Guests taking the Houston hop-on-hop-off tour will enjoy commentary throughout the day. There are many stops where someone might want to get off and then get back on the double-decker bus. The double-decker bus is open air. There will be no hotel pick-up or drop-off for this event. Guests will do a minimum amount of walking during this tour.
The only thing included with the Houston hop-on-hop-off tour is the commentary aboard the bus. There will be plenty of explanation on the bus. This event is something that goes all day. There are many departure sites and many departure times. Guests who choose to bring bottled water or another beverage on the double-decker bus are permitted to do so.
The Houston hop-on-hop-off tour is one adventure no one should want to miss. There will be commentary aboard the bus. The trip is handicapped accessible. Anyone needing wheelchair assistance should notify the tour company before the day of pickup. The Houston hop-on-hop-off tour is a fun-filled family-friendly adventure. The itinerary will be up to the guest.
Board the open-top, double-decker bus at any of its six stops around the city. Listen to entertaining and informative live commentary from your onboard guide as you relax during the full ride, which takes about 90 minutes, or hop off the bus to walk around and sightsee in depth at any stop along the route.
Around the Convention Center, your bus passes by Minute Maid Park, home to the Houston Astros baseball team. Nearby you see Market Square Park, a historic square surrounded by 19th century buildings and home to a growing number of restaurants and entertainment venues.
If you explore on foot, you can visit the JPMorgan Chase Tower's observation deck, which is perched on the 60th floor with great views over the city. The tower boasts a number of records, including tallest building in Texas and the world's tallest 5-sided building. Here you can also pop into the Houston tunnel system, a network of climate-controlled walkways located 20 feet (6 meters) below ground, which connects 95 city blocks.
Walking around Houston's stately City Hall, you can stop at Tranquility Park and the Houston Heritage Society, a complex of ten historic structures at Sam Houston Park. Look at the historic homes in more detail or stroll around the pretty grounds. The theater district spreads across a 17-block area nearby and features nine world-class performing arts venues.
A little further out, your bus crosses midtown en route to Hermann Park, where the Houston Zoo, the Houston Museum of Natural Science and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston are situated within a few minutes walk of one another. Top-notch Rice University and Texas Medical Center sit just outside the park.
Whatever your interests, your hop-on hop-off tour lets you choose your itinerary and Houston offers plenty to discover.
See the Itinerary section below for a list of all stops.
Pickup & Return:
Convention Center area.
Buses stop at each of the below tour stops at 10am, 11:30am, 1pm, and 2:30pm:
- Convention Center
- Market Square Park
- Visitors Center
- Downtown Aquarium
- Hermann Park
- Museum District
- Professional guide
Does not include:
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking