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Kemah Boardwalk entices you with amusements, shops, live entertainment and festivals, as well as 12 well-known waterfront restaurants. Stay overnight at our hotel, the Boardwalk Inn or take a dinner cruise on our yacht the Boardwalk FantaSea...
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Tips van locals
Kemah is a very fun place to go. It even fun to watch the sail boats travel in and out of the channel.
If you are willing to drive about 45 minutes (30 on a good day), this is a great area for ocean-side dining, games, shopping, and rides.
Great food, shopping and lots of games and rides as well! Fun day to spend on a pier with family and friends for a good day of fun!
Great place for kids and one of the best wooden roller coasters I've ever been on and I have been on a lot.
If you have never been to Kemah this is a must visit. Everything for the kids and family
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“"Space Center Houston is a leading science and space learning center, the official visitor center of NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston and a Smithsonian Affiliate museum." It is a great place to visit for everyone, while it is a museum with lots of information to read. They also have a great tour to see historic spaces, as well as some rockets, and the space shuttle. Even for non tech interested people its a great way to spend some hours.”
- Door 88 locals aangeraden
Golf Driving Range
“Very cool driving range with great bar food and drinks. Very fun for family.”
- Door 9 locals aangeraden
“Battleship Texas took part in some of the most significant naval battles of the 20th century during both world wars. Now docked along the Houston Ship Channel, she serves as a memorial to those turbulent times. Come walk her decks, and imagine life as a sailor!”
- Door 16 locals aangeraden
“Great burger place that has been a local classic for decades!!! So good they even open seafood place!!”
- Door 14 locals aangeraden
Point of Interest
“Soaring 570 feet into the air and topped with a 34-foot, 220-ton star, the San Jacinto Monument is the tallest stone column memorial structure in the world. The masterpiece commemorates the Battle of San Jacinto, the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution. Delve deeper into more than 400 years of early Texas history at the San Jacinto Museum of History, located at the base of the monument. Admission to the monument and museum is always free, with special attractions including the Texas Forever! Interactive Experience, Observation Floor, and A Destined Conflict Exhibition available for purchase. And check out our Discover Texas list for even more ways to discover a bit of Texas in Houston, including the Sam Houston Boat Tour along the Houston Ship Channel.”
- Door 18 locals aangeraden