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Things To Do in Houston, TX
Indulge in flights of fancy at the Cockrell Butterfly Center, located at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. The three-story glass structure is built around a 50-foot waterfall and includes a simulated tropical rainforest filled with exotic plants and hundreds of living butterflies.
With profound dignity and respect, come join and witness The MLK Grande Parade, set for the third weekend in January and one of the largest single-day multicultural events in the U.S. held in honor of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The procession starts at Midtown Houston and features more than 300 diverse performing groups from across the nation, including 30 award-winning marching bands. Here is a most thorough and weighty opportunity to help promote racial harmony through educational and promotional concepts and ideas through the awareness of oneness and common values culminating in a moment of brilliant and loving solidarity. Change begins with self and the awakening to the real possibility of peace in this great nation.
Your tour of the Holocaust Museum Houston begins with a look at life before the Holocaust and the beginning of Nazism. The exhibit then shows its insidious progression, from segregation, to imprisonment, to extermination. Artifacts, film reels, photographs, and text panels tell the story and set the backdrop for personal accounts from local survivors in the short films "Voices" and "Voices II." Included among the many items on display is a World War II Holocaust railcar that was used to carry millions of Jews to concentration camps and, ultimately, to their deaths; and a 1942 Danish rescue boat depicting the type that saved more than 7,200 Jews from almost certain execution at the hands of Nazi Germany. The museum is an ever-evolving, living museum that includes a permanent exhibit and temporary exhibits on loan from other Holocaust Museums around the country. Many who have visited here - survivors, adults, schoolchildren - have left notes, poems, artwork and gifts to express their feelings upon seeing the exhibits.