Catch a sunset light show at James Turrell's "Twilight Epiphany" Skyspace on Rice Campus.
The show is free, though reservations are required.
Witness 250,000 bats emerge at dusk from under the Waugh Drive Bridge, located over Buffalo Bayou between Allen Parkway and Memorial Drive.
Downtown's 12-acre Discovery Green park has something going on all the time.
In the spring and fall, spend happy hour listening to local musicians perform live on stage, browse and buy from local craftsmen at monthly markets and, in the winter, enjoy ice skating on Kinder Lake (for a small fee).
While it’s impossible to know what will be discovered during Rice’s next 100 years, one thing is certain—the unconventional wisdom that is Rice assures that amazing things will happen.
Image showing A globe with a large 89 on top of it and text that reads "We have students and scholars from 89 countries and are the second most international university in the United States" Long description ends.Explore more below about how we are cultivating the future through Energy, Health, Arts, and Athletics to create success for our students and alumni.Spend your day exploring Houston’s hotspots, while saving big with a well-edited list of the city’s most-loved free things to do.The theater, set inside Hermann Park, also allows patrons to BYOB (no glass containers, please! Catch movie screenings and other free events at Market Square Park.Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy a summer night at the movies!Tucked on the west side of Memorial park is the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center, a 155-acre nature sanctuary that educates visitors on how to protect native plants and animals in the city.