The deeper you dig into Houston's cultural treasures, the more you discover for future visits.
Hotel Derek plans to give away a weekend stay plus city attractions. A Texas Highways read (like you) could win it.
This rapidly growing North Texas city is a fine home base for shopping and sporting events. Also, Senior Editor Lori Moffatt recommends three Frisco restaurants that warrant a return visit.
Creativity abounds in the middle of the Piney Woods. Check out Lufkin's art scene.
Courting the movie industry has paid off for Smithville. Films have brought the stars and the star-struck.
In the true spirit of Kerrville, expect a wealth of museums, sophisticated shopping and inventive cuisine.
Rare native and threatened species thrive in Peckerwood Garden.
Playful objects take center stage at the Dr Pepper Museum
Refurbishing efforts have brought new life into the shops and spirits of Ben Wheeler.
Canyon of the Eagles resort reconnects guests with nature.
In its Hill Country splendor, easy-going Wimbereley offers plenty to keep guests entertained.
Renovations and revamping turn vintage Cleburne into a new attraction.
A two-day trip to Meridian turns up panoramic vistas, diverse cuisine, intriguing shops and an award-winning sustainable winery.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with the tall tale (and recipe) behind the famous Neiman Marcus chocolate-chip cookie.
Archeological park in Waco documents the area's prehistoric creatures.
Lampasas honors its many springs with its annual Spring Ho Festival.
Hummingbirds at the Brown Ranch send visitors' aviary knowledge to new heights.
Corpus Christi offers an unusual mix of island attitude and cosmopolitan attractions.
This East Texas crossroads embraces its history while welcoming the contemporary.
Discover Port Isabel and its many treasures including museums and breathtaking views
A 115-year-old dance hall shines once again in Schulenberg.
Historic lodgings set the stage for a laid-back sojourn southwest of Fort Worth.
Elissa's new sail, and other historical-preservation work, symbolizes a rebirth of Galveston.
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