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Stargazers Theatre & Event Center: A music hall like no other. It was built in 1969, and designed by the great architect named Vincent G. Rainey. It is a multi-purpose hall with a wide range of entertainment. You can watch and listen to various musical genres, like; Blues, Jazz, Bluegrass, Celtic, Country, Rock and Classic Rock. You can also watch stand-up comedians do their performances for a comical entertainment.

The Black Sheep: A great concert venue in Colorado. This place rocks, which is largely managed and owned by Soda Jerk. The Black Sheep has an audience capacity of 450 persons. They have all kinds of music to cater to any audience. They also have some exciting variety shows for fun-filled entertainment.

Wortham Theater Center: The Wortham Theater Center is owned by the city of Houston and is being operated by Houston First Corporation. It was designed by Eugene Aubrey of the Morris Architects. A great venue to watch magnificent performing arts in ballet and opera. You will surely fall in love with the elegance of the Houston Ballet.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas: The Six Flags Fiesta Texas was built for about 23 months starting from 1990 until its opening in March 1992. It is a theme park with a land area of about 200 acres.It is a major component of the USAA’s La Cantera as an entertainment venue. The Six Flags Fiesta Texas offers exciting rides for the whole family and it also hosts live shows for concerts and other entertaining performances.

House of Blues: An entertainment hub for live music. House of Blues has a great line up of live artists and bands. They also have live performances in the vintage 70s and the 80s. House of Blues is a chain of 13 live concert halls. And one of the liveliest is the branch in Houston.

Buckhorn Museum and Texas Ranger Museum: The Buckhorn Saloon and Museum started with the private collection of Albert Friedrich in 1881. It is privately managed and located in the center of downtown San Antonio just a few blocks away from the Riverwalk and Alamo. It showcases an exhibit of more than 520 species of wildlife.

Houston Toyota center: The Houston Toyota center is an indoor sports domain. It was named after the Japanese car manufacturer, Toyota. This sports arena is the home of the Aeros of the American Hockey League and the Houston Rockets of the NBA.

Childrens Museum of Houston: This great museum was built in 1980 by concerned parents who want to promote early childhood development.Now it accommodates more than a million visitors annually. It’s a fun place with hands-on interactive exhibits in the field of arts, human development, science and technology and history and culture.

Williams Tower: Formerly known as the Transco tower, named after a major tenant, Transco Energy Corporation. It was built in 1983. A stunningly beautiful skyscraper which is one of the most visible building Houston. In the 1999 issue of Texas magazine, it was named as the “Skyscraper of the Century”. A remarkable 3 acre park is on the southern part of the building with a state of the art hydraulic engineering called “Waterwall”.