Visit The Houston Theater District
Houston is full of neighborhoods that offer outstanding entertainment and top dining destinations.
One of them is the Houston Theater District that spans seventeen blocks in the heart of downtown.
More than two million people visit the district every year as there is much to see and do including:
What was once the Albert Thomas Convention Center is now a 130,000 square foot complex known as Bayou Place. It's the city's premier destination for great food and good times, and it's home to places such as Revention Music Center, Sundance Cinemas, and the Hardrock Cafe.
The Downtown Aquarium is a six-acre entertainment and dining complex that features a 500,000-gallon aquarium wonderland that's home to more than two hundred aquatic species. Exhibits include "Sunken Temple," "Shipwreck," and "Gulf of Mexico."
Since 1966, millions of art patrons have visited Jones Hall to watch both stage and musical performances. In the lobby, there's a sculpture that represents shooting stars that the hall states pays homage to its performers and acknowledges Houston's role in space exploration. The hall is home to the Houston Symphony and the Society for the Performing Arts and hosts approximately 250 events every year.
The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
The Hobby Center opened in 2002 and features sixty-foot-high glass walls that overlook the city's skyline. Both halls were designed to accommodate small and large productions, and visitors can watch plays, dance troupes, recording artists, and more.
If you're considering calling Alexan Enclave home, please contact us to schedule a tour where you can see our community's amenities firsthand.