A comprehensive tour of a city is a good way to get a feel for its history, discover its coolest hangouts, and figure out where you left your car. Take an enlightening hike around downtown with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $30 for a three-hour tour for two (up to a $60 value)
- $59 for a three-hour tour for four (up to a $120 value)
- $175 for a private three-hour tour for 12 (up to a $360 value)
Customers may opt for a Heart of the Tunnel walk or Historic Downtown Pub Crawl. Tunnel walks begin at 9:30 a.m. on weekdays and pub crawls begin at 6:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Check the calendars on each tour’s page for available times. Heart of the Tunnel walks kick off at Georgia’s Market on Main Street and then move to the 1929 Chase Building, where groups ride the elevator to the 60th floor for photo opportunities and independent debunking of the earth’s supposed curvature. Additional stops include a stained-glass window depicting the Battle of San Jacinto in the Chase Building. Next, head into a tunnel system to visit Pennzoil Place, see Houston City Hall's visitors' center, and stop in an underground food court for a bite.
Alternatively, customers can embark on a historic-downtown pub crawl, beginning at Georgia’s Market. The guide will regale guests with Houston’s early history, including its formative years living abroad, as groups stop at four pubs and bars surrounding Market Square Park.
Discover Houston Tours
After 27 years of business, Discover Houston Tours has introduced tourists and locals alike through the hidden corners and celebrated landmarks of Houston through thousands of tours. Engaging, knowledgeable guides share their love of the city through exciting and informative walking tours of Houston’s scenic midtown and its historical local pubs. Tour leaders show visitors the sweet wonders of local chocolate companies on Rice Boulevard, or introduce tourists to the city’s subterranean system of shops and restaurants, originally constructed to shield commuters from the hot Houston sun and the stray hacky-sacks of med students on study breaks.