Guide » Sights + Attractions » Houston Visitors Center

Houston Visitors Center

901 Bagby MAP

Houston, TX 77002

District: Civic Center

The Houston Visitors Center is the perfect starting point for anyone (visiting or living) in Houston. The center represents everything that Houston has to offer. Discover information on history, cultural arts, attractions, restaurants, retail, and education, plus plenty of Houston merchandise.

What makes this visitors center unique?
Size: One of the largest Visitors Center in the United States, 7,700 sq. feet.
* Houston Retail Shop: Exclusive Houston items, memorabilia and regional gifts.
* 50-seat state-of-the-art Continental Airlines Theatre: Features an 11-minute film on contemporary Houston.
* 16-screen video wall.
* Museum Quality Displays and Exhibits: The Center has several displays that rotate on a regular basis. They include, but are not limited to history, current events and attractions.
* Information: Over 10,000 brochures, magazines, flyers and other pieces of collateral. There are visitors information specialists that will help you with directions, planning activities and any questions you have about Houston.


Monday-Saturday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Photo Video
Houston Visitors Center at City Hall.
Related Places: City Hall/Hermann Square
Follow Houston Visitors Center on Twitter and Facebook
Share a Comment »
Reviews from Yelp »

Looking across the Downtown landscape these days, there’s an endless state of activity. It seems ...


Located between Market Square Park and Minute Maid Park, at the corner of Texas Avenue and ...


You don’t have to be a museum curator to appreciate the dynamic art gallery that ...

Blog Bytes
Baker Monument updates
The stone plaques at Baker Common in the downtown Theater District have been redone with a larger type face to increase readability. Go to Centerstage
It’s Good to be in Downtown Houston
Whether you’re a long-time resident or visiting the Bayou City for the first time, there’s no questioning Houston is experiencing an incredible burst of development, particularly within its Downtown core. ... Go to Plugged In
Free Self-Guided Tour App Brings Houston’s Downtown History to Life
From the iconic modern architecture of its world-renown Theater District to the tranquil greenspaces of Buffalo Bayou, downtown Houston is filled with history. Now a mobile app brings downtown’s story ... Go to Under the Red Stacks
more blogs »