Texas offers it all, from imposing roadside sculptures to top-notch art museums. There are so many things to do and see in both tiny towns and huge cities.

Big Bend National Park

The park lies some of the most dramatic and uniquely beautiful scenery in the state. The boundary between the United States and Mexico is formed by this national park.

San Antonio's River Walk

The San Antonio River in the centre of the city, is packed with eateries and wonderful outdoor terraces where you can eat by the river .

The Sixth Floor Museum

This towering red-brick structure provides a thorough explanation of the murder as well as Kennedy's legacy.

Padre Island Seashore

The longest undeveloped barrier island in the world. It is a birder's heaven since it is home to endangered sea turtles and innumerable migrating birds.

Galveston's Beaches

Beautiful beaches that reach for kilometers may be found in Galveston. This is a well-liked destination for beachgoers and families because of the shallow and frequently calm sea.

The Alamo 

One of the most significant historical landmarks in America is the Alamo. It was constructed by Franciscans in 1744 as a part of a mission station that had been established in 1718 .

Cadillac Ranch

The Cadillacs' artwork is a dynamic canvas that changes constantly as practically everyone adds their own artistic touch.

Space Center Houston

It's a great location to find out about space exploration, forthcoming missions, the most recent NASA initiatives, and maybe even meet an astronaut.