Historic Market Square ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: 301 Milam Houston, Texas 77002, United States
- Timings: 06:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: 1-7132232003
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Walking Area, Historical Site, Market, Square, Family And Kids, Neighborhoods
The Historic Market Square Park is a wonderful community space in Houston. It is a place for the locals to gather. It is in the historic district which means the area surrounding market square is full of beautiful buildings belonging to the 19th century. It is a great idea to take a stroll around to admire the pretty architecture.
The Niko Niko’s at Market Square is certainly worth visiting. It is a great place to eat and hang out with friends and has a wide variety of food on offer. Besides this, the several bars and restaurants in the historic district around have a lovely old-timey charm that is not to be missed. The area is especially famous for its nightlife so night owls should certainly visit it.
- Free as well as paid parking available.
- Niko Niko’s at Market Square open 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.
- Preston Station (NB) (METRO)
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12.23% of people who visit Houston include Historic Market Square Park in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
34.29% of people start their Historic Market Square Park visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Historic Market Square Park
90.91% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Historic Market Square Park
Nico Nico's is a good place to eat and for a quick bite. Park needs some updates, but the atmosphere is a kickback to the past times of Cigar Smoking and great Hats. Can you figure out who stole the statue through the Midst of the Waterfall? Hint: NA.
Love that there is a little green space downtown near the bars. Frequent free event/live music is much appreciated. A pleasant spot in the concrete jungle.
It is a nice green space in the center of the city. It includes a small outdoor cafe for snacks. There is a 9/11 memorial and and other sculptures. Nearby are a number of restaurants and bars, including the Caraf, a bar in Houston's oldest building.
Excellent stop on weekend mornings, Niko Niko's has excellent coffee/espresso..
Market square park offers a variety of fun community events, lots of beautiful greenery and landscaping, a dog park that gets pretty busy in the early mornings, and late evenings, as well as various water fountains, sculpture, and even a Niko Nikos. The park is well maintained and clean. It’s centrally located in downtown Houston’s historic district. There is loads of street parking available on the street around the park, as well as several parking lots and garages. My favorite summer activity at the park are the concerts on the green.