Small group tour in climate controlled vehicle with certified guides. Visit the elaborate River Oaks (Houstons Beverly Hills) to hear stories and lifestyles of Rich & Famous as well as other landmarks & attractions before transport to NASA Space Center. At Space Center, your guide will escort you into NASA and on the trams to Mission Control, Astronaut Training Facility and Independence Plaza avoiding long lines. Free hotel, loft, or business pickup from all downtown and medical center area hotels. Small fee applies to pickup from Galleria area and others. An Ambassador will accompany you for tour's entirety and allow free time to browse at your own pace/gift shop during last hour. Free bottled water and salted snacks while touring. A free souvenir item will be given for each (2) in your group. YOU MUST PROVIDE A PICKUP LOCATION WHEN BOOKING TO AVOID REJECTION.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Minute Maid Park, Houston, TexasExterior viewsPass By: The Heritage Society, Houston, TexasView exterior of historical homesPass By: Downtown Historic District Market Square, Houston, TexasHear history Pass By: City Hall, Houston, TexasExterior view's, historyPass By: Toyota Center, Houston, TexasHome of Houston Rockets basketballStop At: Space Center Houston, Houston, TexasSee Nasa with a personal guide to escort you through the facility and explain operations. Visit Mission Control, Astronaut Training Facility, Independence Plaza, Saturn V Rocket, Starship Gallery. Also get time to browse at own pace and gift shop.Duration: 4 hoursPass By: George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, TexasExterior viewsPass By: Discovery Green, Houston, TexasHear history and purposePass By: Buffalo Bayou Park, Houston, TexasHistory and purposePass By: Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, Houston, TexasExterior views in Theater DistrictPass By: Downtown Aquarium, Houston, TexasExterior viewsPass By: Pete's Dueling Piano Bar, Houston, TexasExterior viewsPass By: House of Blues, Houston, TexasExterior viewsPass By: Eleanor Tinsley Park, Houston, TexasHear history and purpose