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After taking a flight from LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in New York, to George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in Houston, visitors may have a desire to go to the Bayou Place. Located in the center of Houston, the massive 130,000 square foot complex features a number of bars, restaurants and lounges, in addition to theaters. Have a drink and enjoy a meal at the Hard Rock Cafe or the Mingalore Italian restaurant before deciding what sights to see in the city.
Upon arrival, get a rental vehicle and leave the airport via the Hardy Toll Road to Interstate 45, or by entering Interstate 69. When deciding what to see first in Houston, consider the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. The facility serves as headquarters for the astronaut corps, encompasses 1,620 acres, and features 100 different facilities. Experience zero gravity or watch a virtual rocket launch while learning more about space exploration. Close to Herman Park lies the Houston Museum District, which has a large selection of cultural centers, galleries and museums for visitors to explore.
Flying from New York City to the historic city of Houston takes about three and a half hours. Guests might get a glimpse of yesteryear by visiting the Bayou Bend estate; the mansion gradually became a museum, with dozens of rooms feature decor and furnishings that replicate life from the 1600s to post-Civil War days.