From the highway, Houston may all seem like one sprawling jungle, but hidden among the highways is this destination where the Trippin' Springs flow eternally.
Caffeinated for your trippin’ adventures at Trilogy Brew in Old Town Spring, which sits inside a 100-year-old grocery warehouse.
One of the best meals in Texas sits right inside these walls, which is apparent by the line around the block. It’s a beautiful plate of the Texas trinity — tender brisket, cheddar jalapeno sausage and juicy ribs — that’s more than worth the hour-long (or more!) wait.
With 18,000 sq. feet of rocking climbing and bouldering, you could say this place ROCKS. But it’s more than just a rock-climbing gym, it’s also one of the “top” spots to eat in town. Once you reach the peak of the rock wall, you can reach new food heights in the cafe with the gourmet Farmhouse Burger and
The Loose Caboose
The Loose Caboose is bring all the fried food fun of the fair to Old Town Spring. Fill up on funnel cakes, fried Oreos and all those other things your mama wouldn’t let you have for lunch when you were a kid.
Just east of Old Town, the historic Spring Creek flows through Pundt Park, where the sand bars beckon to anyone looking to beat the heat on a summer day.
National Museum of Funeral History
This might be one of the weirdest museums in America, but it’s also very educational. From casket-making to mummification, you’ll learn a whole lot. I’d say it’s a must-see!
TGR Exotics Wildlife Park.
Get an unexpected encounter from some of the wildest animals on earth…in TGR Exotics owner Gwen’s backyard! This refuge is a place for folks to get up close with all sorts of wildlife, from bears to monkeys. My personal favorite is the Sloth Encounters…just hold onto your hats for that one, y’all!
This “hospital” is manning the frontlines of Doll rescue and rehab, helping little trippers enjoy dolls for generations. Both parts awesome (and a little creepy) this place is full of antique dolls. It’s a one-of-a-kind spot for toy lovers!
Connie’s Bath Shack
Connie’s has been a staple for almost 2 decades — and with a huge variety of rubber duckies and bath products, it’s definitely all it’s “quacked” up to be!