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  • Space Center Houston with transportation

    1. Space Center Houston with transportation

    Visit Space Center Houston, the Official Visitor Center of NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston’s No. 1 attraction for international visitors and the first Smithsonian Affiliate in the greater Houston area. Discover more than 400 space artifacts including flown spacecraft, the largest collection of moon rocks on public display. Explore the red planet in the new Mission Mars exhibit. Experience a virtual Martian sunset, climb into a simulated Orion capsule, and feel the texture of rock cliffs. Discover what it takes to travel to Mars, the hardware required, and how we may live on the red planet in the next few decades. See the international landmark Independence Plaza presented by Boeing, the only shuttle replica mounted on a shuttle carrier aircraft, and the only place where you can enter both vehicles. Get a rare glimpse into the historic shuttle era and the NASA breakthroughs and techn...

  • Houston: City Tour and NASA Space Center Admission Ticket

    2. Houston: City Tour and NASA Space Center Admission Ticket

    Explore the wonders of space travel on an unforgettable tour that includes a mini-city tour around Houston and roundtrip transportation to the NASA/Johnson Space Center. Enjoy interactive exhibits and activities, touch a moon rock, take a tram ride to the NASA control center and see the shuttle replica at the Independence Plaza. Begin your day of space exploration on land as you are taken a short city sightseeing tour around Houston where you can see some of its most important landmarks.  Afterward, drive 25 miles from the center of Houston to the Space Center Houston and experience America’s adventures in space first-hand. Space Center Houston is the visitor center for NASA's Johnson Space Center. It is a separate facility that features activities and exhibits designed jointly by NASA and Disney Imagineering. Get a chance to ride the half-hour tram tour that goes to the gigantic Int...

    This was our 1st activity in Houston and it was well worth it. We kept saying we saw that on our tour.

  • San Antonio: 2.5-Hour Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure

    3. San Antonio: 2.5-Hour Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure

    Turn downtown San Antonio into your own personal giant game board. Urban Adventure Quest created an interactive Amazing Race-style scavenger hunt that lets you do just that. On this 2.5-hour San Antonio adventure, you’ll see the city’s sights as you’re guided by your smartphone. Race to be the first to finish the game, or take as much time as you need, solving clues, completing challenges, and learning about local history along the way. The adventure begins deep in the heart of Texas, where there’s a history of courage and sacrifice for freedom. Your Quest starts in the center of San Antonio and takes you back in time to explore the grounds of the Alamo. You’ll then be guided down to the River Walk and through the streets to enjoy the sights and sounds of the modern city. So gather up your troops and defend your right to have fun! Play the game, see the sights, and experienc...

    The experience itself was interesting and fun. The site used for directing the quest was embarrassingly out of date. Note that the Get Your Guide app is used only for selling access, not for directing the tour. I'd consider using the GYG app in the future, but only if it connects to an actual modern app.

  • Houston: Self-Driving Audio Tour

    4. Houston: Self-Driving Audio Tour

    Experience the sights and history of Houston, Texas, on this self-guided driving tour via an app for maximum flexibility, comfort, and value. Simply hop in your own car, get the tour guide app set up on your phone, and get started. All audio plays automatically based on location. Start your tour by the bayou and learn about the deadly battles that took place along the river. Most stops along the tour have animated videos that let you visualize what you cannot see, such as snapshots from different centuries or interior rooms. Then, visit Sam Houston Park, where past and present collide in the architecture, offering a unique glimpse into the diverse life of the area. Next, head to the Historic District and get to know some of Houston’s complex past. At Christ Church Cathedral, hear a quintessential story of the southern community back in the 1800s. Continue to Emancipation Park and get ...

  • Houston: City Sightseeing and Space Center Houston Tour

    5. Houston: City Sightseeing and Space Center Houston Tour

    Take in Houston's main sites and attractions during a day trip. Explore the city's parks and districts and visit the Space Center to learn all about space exploration. Meet your guide outside the Toyota Center and climb aboard the van for your 3-hour guided tour of Houston. First, visit Green Park and the George R. Brown Convention Center. Next, get some great photos of art in Graffiti Park. Take in the entertainment district, followed by the court district. See the Annunciation Catholic Church and nearby Minute Maid Park. Next, visit the historic districts. Take in Harris county courthouse and Congress plaza and learn the history of the Rice Hotel before heading to the art district. See the Downtown Aquarium, Buffalo Bayou, and City Hall. Marvel at the Chevron Building Auditorium. Admire Houston Museum District with the stunning McGovern Centennial Gardens and much more. Then, visit S...

  • Austin: Biker Gang E-Bike Adventure

    6. Austin: Biker Gang E-Bike Adventure

    Be a part of an e-bike biker gang and see the best sights that Austin has to offer. The electric minibikes are fun and super easy to ride. No license is needed. All you need to know is how to ride a bicycle. Your guide will first give you a briefing and initiation before you begin your adventure. The tour will be filled with facts, fun, and photos opportunities. If you're just visiting the city, then it's a great way to see some of the best sights while you're here. If you're a local, then it's the perfect way to fall in love with the city all over again.

  • Austin: Scavenger Hunt by Smartphone

    7. Austin: Scavenger Hunt by Smartphone

    Turn Austin into a giant game board on an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the reality series, "Amazing Race" with a 3-hour sightseeing tour. Using your smartphone, make your way among well-known and overlooked gems, solving clues and completing challenges while learning the local history. Set off near Congress Avenue Bridge – known as the Bat Bridge for the bats that come out nightly – and follow the trails that travel both sides of Lady Bird Lake to experience the wild side of the city. Encounter famous sculptures, tributes to musicians, hidden art, and grand vistas of the skyline along the way. Start when you want and determine your own pace, stop for lunch or take a stroll on one of the shaded trails. Great value for people on a budget, the scavenger hunt covers dozens of points of interest, including the urban park of Auditorium Shores, the Long Center for the P...

  • Dallas Arts District Scavenger Hunt

    8. Dallas Arts District Scavenger Hunt

    Turn the Dallas Arts District into a giant game board on an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour sightseeing tour. Use your smartphone as your guide and work in groups to solve clues and complete challenges. Admire landmarks such as the Meyersen Symphony Center and Dallas Art Museum, and discover lesser-known gems as you learn more about the local history along the way. Enter the city's most active park, and stop to enjoy some of the outdoor art exhibits along the way. Benefit from the flexibility to determine your own pace, and take your time as you stroll through Klyde Warren Park at leisure. Marvel at the monumental Cathedral Santuario de la Virgen de Guadalupe, the postmodern Trammel Crow Center and other attractions.

  • Urban Adventure Quest: Scavenger Hunt in Dallas, Texas

    9. Urban Adventure Quest: Scavenger Hunt in Dallas, Texas

    Urban Adventure Quest is the newest craze in city fun. Combining the excitement of the Amazing Race with the information of a sightseeing tour, you will go deep into the heart of Dallas for an adventure you'll never forget. Using any smart phone, you and your group make your way along well known streets and even see some overlooked gems of the city. As you make your way, your phone offers hints, letting you solve the puzzle and completing challenges while learning local history. It's a great way to explore a city in a new and exciting way. As you move, you'll be given historical and local history, beginning in the heart of the downtown district. You'll walk past artwork, historic monuments, and much more. The tour requires about 2.5 miles (4km) of walking. Let your smart phone be your guide. It'll lead you to some amazing Texas BBQ! Stay and relax a while– you make your schedule – but...

    I reluctantly chose this quest as a non-traditional Valentine's Day outing with my sweetheart of 2+ years. We're very compatible (She's a cancer - I'm a Capricorn), however, we have huge philosophical differences. Because we've been contemplating taking our relationship you the next level I thought the quest would be a good trust building exercise. And - wow - was right! We both are precise, exacting individuals. To successfully complete the challenge, we were forced to work as a team, to frequently relinquish our philosophical opinions, and to trust each other's judgement. Simultaneously, the experience was suspenseful, insightful and lots out fun. She loved it! So whether you're a visitor, a resident looking to get reacquainted with the Arts District (my actual primary purpose), or looking for a rewarding partner/group exercise, then check out theUrban Adventure Quest. Other than a minor registration issue, the proceeds was seamless. Call the tour guide with your questions.

  • Fort Worth: Smart Phone Guided Scavenger Hunt

    10. Fort Worth: Smart Phone Guided Scavenger Hunt

    Turn downtown Fort Worth into your own personal giant game board on an interactive amazing race-style scavenger hunt. A perfect tour for groups - large or small -, you will be guided by your smart phone to well-known sites and hidden city gems. Race to be the first to finish the game, or take as much time as you need, solving clues, completing challenges, and learning about the local history en route. The adventure begins at a historic courthouse and takes you along the Heritage Trail. Go in search of elusive panthers, discover a giant businessman, and stop at a refreshing garden. You'll discover historic places, modern marvels and city secrets, while learning why The Wild Bunch and many others were so enamored with Fort Worth. Points of Interest on Your Quest: Tarrant Country Court House Sid Richardson Museum Water Garden JFK Memorial Bass Hall

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Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 27 reviews

This trip is worth for the money and time! Highly recommended.

The day started with the great office in downtown Houston. Houston city tour was fabulous. The city tour bus driver was amazing and detailed for explaining everything very well. After the City tour completed, the trip to NASA was very nice and had great trip to NASA. One thing we were not told about the control center for NASA trip requires a separate entry ticket (no cost) but it needs to be required when you have NASA ticket purchased. So in future the tours company should be purchasing block of tickets for their tourists so people coming from out of town do have that attraction available to visit at NASA. Lines were very very big so plan to go early in order to cover everything at NASA.

The package is so fine! At the beginning a city tour and after a short bus change off to NASA ... With a multilingual audio guide the whole thing would be even more fun ...

This was our 1st activity in Houston and it was well worth it. We kept saying we saw that on our tour.

This hunt ends a couple miles away from starting point where your car Is!

Nice trip and the best place when you visit Houston