Whatever You Love, It Lives Here
Stroll down warm, sandy beaches along the coast. Explore majestic canyons and forests. Play cowboy and relive history at The Alamo. Enjoy world-famous art, music and food. Shop for one-of-a-kind treasures. No matter what kind of adventure you're looking for, you’ll find it in Texas.
Steeped in cowboy lore, Texas proudly holds on to its heritage.
Delve into the state’s multicultural history by visiting the Alamo in San Antonio and museums in Houston, or live out cowboy dreams on a dude ranch in Bandera and Graham. Explore dance, music and theater in the Dallas Arts District – the nation’s largest. From chili cook-offs to street fairs, Texas has a huge variety of festivals. When you get hungry, grab a bite of Tex-Mex cuisine or world-famous Texas barbecue.
Texas thrills – available in family size.
Soar into the sky at popular amusement parks, or learn about space exploration at Space Center Houston. Watch the Dallas Cowboys in action. Go swimming, kayaking, jet skiing, or just build sand castles on Texas beaches.
Whatever you love, it lives here.
Satisfy your appetite by splurging on a five-star restaurant and visiting top-quality wineries. Escape to a relaxing spa retreat or play a round at one of 800 golf courses. Shop for vintage finds at high-end boutiques.
The Great Outdoors
Beaches, canyons, forests and rolling hills await.
Hiking, biking, rock climbing, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, bird watching – these are just a few of the ways you can experience the state’s beauty. With over 956 kilometers of sparkling coastline, you’ll find beaches perfect for shelling and sunning. And make sure you visit Enchanted Rock, Big Bend National Park, Palo Duro Canyon and other wonders.
Enjoy music, food and shopping in exciting cities all across Texas.
With world-class attractions and exceptional nightlife, Texas cities beat with a pulse all their own. They’re richly historic and cutting-edge modern, full of unique culture, iconic architecture and music that’s second to none.
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