Overview of Downtown Houston Tunnel System
Welcome to the page of Downtown Houston Tunnel System. This is a place of interest in the city of Houston in United States. Downtown Houston Tunnel System is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Houston.
Downtown Houston Tunnel System is generally not available on the guided Houston tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.
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Tunnel into the heart of Houston on this adventure from the 1920's to now. Trade in Art Deco architecture for contemporary infrastructure and head underground into the city's tunnel system to discover what lies beneath. A chance to escape the Texas h
Went the day before the 4th of July and it was absolutely dead. Very eerie for no one to be there but lots of options (had they been open). Clean and safe. A cool way to get around downtown!!
If you've always wanted to see the buildings from the inside, but never had a reason to actually go in, why not pop in from the bottom? We walked quite a bit and saw many beautiful lobbies and got great pics!
It was a nice experience, but you do kind of feel out of place if you aren't dressed up like the rest of the professionals. It feels like an underground city, complete with dry cleaners and a barber shop. You do however have to go back up to the street level to use a restroom. Some business buildings are nice enough to let you use theirs, but most say they aren't open to the public.
Very neat place to see an underground tunnel system that spans for 6 miles. I was with some people so I didn't travel far. There isn't public restrooms to my knowledge. Luckily and employee saw us near the restrooms. We ate there and had Chinese dumplings. Lots of food choices that represent a wide array of cuisine from Japanese, Indian, Greek, American, etc.
A nice change of pace during a particularly hot or humid day.