Our tour guide was excellent, and he was extremely knowledgeable about the historical and little known facts about the areas we visited. I highly recommend this tour if you're new to Houston!
Explore the newest and oldest tunnel sections that are open to the public
Learn about the history of Houston through its architecture and art
See beautiful art deco treasures and sculptures by world-famous artists and learn how Houston’s 7 miles of pedestrian tunnels came to be
You’ll meet your local guide and begin your Houston tour with a walk down Main Street towards the Chase Bank Building, which features eight frescoes depicting Texas history. With your local guide to explain these pieces, you’ll gain a greater understanding of the history of the city and state alike. From here, we’ll enter the Downtown Houston Tunnel System and walk over to Chase Tower, the tallest building in Texas. Your guide will lead you outside for a photo op in front of Joan Miro’s 1982 Personage and Birds.
Next on this historical Houston tour, you’ll cross the street and enter Philip Johnson’s award-winning Pennzoil Place. You’ll ride an escalator down to the tunnel where you’ll get a sweet treat at a unique boutique bakery with some of the best cookies in Houston.
Finish your Houston tour by walking through downtown’s oldest and newest tunnels, and see the only remaining portion of a 1913 hotel known as “The Cotton” before returning to Café Express with your guide.
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If you are casually visiting Houston,you will miss this entirely unusual experience. These underground tunnels were created to join huge buildings in business district of Houston,bypassing noisy traffic above. And the corridors are as clean as a swanky mall. In fact there are good number...More
Our tour guide was so sweet and knowledgeable. It was everything I was expecting and more. We loved all the history and the beautiful buildings. Born and raised here in Houston and loved learning more about my great city.
I did the Pub Crawl a while back, and really enjoyed it, so I knew about the Tunnel Tour. I decided to take my two boys (15 & 8) for the Tunnels, and we had a really good time. The kids had no idea that...More