- Things to do in Houston This Week (August 26 – September 1): Free and Cheap Events
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Things to do in Houston This Week (August 26 – September 1): Free and Cheap Events
Things to do in HOUSTON - Under $20does
The best part? We know you want to see the best of Houston but why are you paying so much to it? Watch the film with an ensemble by the Houston Symphony performing the epic score live. The music will play the soundtrack live as you watch the events fold out on screen, bringing the movie to life in a whole new way. Lawn and mezzanine seating is free! Visit Sugar Land.
Free Rice University Not many tourist attractions are actually worthy, but this totally rad light and sound installation definitely is. Free Museum District From March through November, the open-air Miller Outdoor Theatre puts on lively stage productions -- think live jazz, ballet, and musical theater -- that are absolutely cool and absolutely free. Free Montrose True story: when the Waugh Bridge was built, no one realized it was the perfect structure to host a whole bunch of Mexican free-tailed bats. Head to the viewing platform and you may just catch a bat show, which never fails to both fascinate and creep the hell out of visitors. With concrete columns soaring 25 feet and 87, square feet of open space, the cavernous structure is reminiscent of ancient Roman cisterns in Istanbul.
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This year, over participants are serving multi-course prix fixe menus for brunch, lunch and dinner in benefit of the Houston Food Bank. Overwhelmed yet?