Summer Spots

Take a look at all the best places in Houston to take summer pictures.

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Hey, Wildcats, it’s almost that time of year that we have all been desperately waiting for: summer. Summer is just around the corner, and here are a few places around the city that are guaranteed to provide you with the perfect summer photos. From sculptures to gardens to murals to random wall art, Houston definitely has a lot to offer when it comes to adventuring downtown. There are around many places in downtown that display superior wall art. While, there are walls such as the “Houston is Inspired” wall and the “Greetings from Houston” wall that were clearly painted to the T, there are also walls such as the Biscuit Paint Wall and the Houston Graffiti Park that display more abstract art. If you’re not looking for art, don’t worry; there is the Hines Waterwall Park, Eleanor Tinsley Park, McGovern Centennial Gardens and so much more. Check out the list down below for even more spots and all the addresses that you should plug into your GPS, so you can take the best summer pictures.


 “Greetings from Houston” Wall

    3601 White Oak Dr.


 Eleanor Tinsley Park

    18-3600 Allen Pkwy.


 Biscuit Paint Wall

    1614 Westheimer Rd.


 Sugar & Cloth Wall

    1201 Main St.


 Hines Waterwall Park

    2800 Post Oak Blvd.


 McGovern Centennial Gardens

    1500 Hermann Dr.


 “Houston is Inspired” Wall

    313 Travis St.


 Discovery Green

    1500 McKinney St.


 Houston Graffiti Park

    2102 Leeland St.


 “History Earned” Astro’s Wall

    420 E 20th St.


 Smither Park

    2441 Munger St.


 Cullen Sculpture Garden

    900 Bissonnet St.


 “We Love Houston” Sign

    2202 Dallas St.