The Orange Show Monument

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  • Address: 2402 Munger St. Houston, TX 77023, United States
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  • Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: 1-7139266368
  • Ticket Price: 1 USD
  • Tags: Art Gallery, Outdoors, Entertainment, Performance, Family And Kids

The Orange Show Monument - Review

The Orange show consists of three interesting Weekend Attractions in Houston which includes the Beer Can House, The Orange Show Monument and The Houston Art Car Parade. All three attractions are absolutely lovely places to visit. While the Art Car Parade only takes place on one weekend every year you can see the two other attractions all year.

The Orange Show Monument is almost entirely handmade and consists of an outer maze like structure which consists of many things within. There is a museum, a stage, a wishing-well and interestingly even a pond.

Created by Jeff McKissackas a display of Folk art, the whole area is very interesting. The designer who believed in good food and nutrition being extremely important has left this legacy to propagate the same message through his art. The whole place is built entirely out of recycled material. The mosaics, balconies, galleries and piers are a lovely sight to see.

How To reach The Orange Show Monument by Public Transport

  • Munger Street

Restaurants Near The Orange Show Monument

  • Luby’s
  • Subway
  • Chinese Star Restaurant

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  • The Orange Show Monument Address: 2402 Munger St. Houston, TX 77023, United States
  • The Orange Show Monument Contact Number: 1-7139266368
  • The Orange Show Monument Timing: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm
  • The Orange Show Monument Price: 1 USD
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Things to Know Before Visiting The Orange Show Monument

  • 10.17% of people who visit Houston include The Orange Show Monument in their plan

  • 50% of people start their The Orange Show Monument visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see The Orange Show Monument

Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Orange Show Monument

People normally club together Galleria Mall and Kemah Board Walk while planning their visit to The Orange Show Monument.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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The Orange Show Monument, Houston Reviews

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  • This is one of Houston’s hidden gems! The history of this place is amazing to read about and see. We took our engagement photos here 4 years ago because it is so beautifully quirky! Be ready to climb and do a bit of walking you’ll definitely get some extra steps in exploring all over this place.

  • This place is awesome, it really is a great place to even drive by to see. I've taken a few friends there and always enjoy their reaction.

  • This has to be one of the most interesting and eclectic places I have been. Often when you go you will be there alone or just a few other customers so you can really take your time and absorb the amount of detail that was put into this place. Then once done there head right next door to Smither Park for more amazing art.

  • I liked smither Park which is right next to the orange show. It was an amazing place and I loved how unique all the pieces were. Will definitely visit again

  • A part of Houston's Folk art scene, the Orange Show is a labyrinth in the scheme of orange. The creator made this creation to remind everyone of the virtues of healthy eating; specifically the eating of oranges. This is one of a group of locations in Houston that exhibit the inner life and spirit of this town. If you are looking to marvel a local curiosity, go to the Orange Show - you won't regret it.

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