Our “5 Things We Love About…” series celebrating features and amenities at airports around the country and the world continues today with 5 Things We Love About Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport (HOU).
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HOU: 5 Things We Love About Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport
1. The Art At HOU
Houston’s Airport System has one of the largest collections of public art in the state of Texas and William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) gets to show off quite a bit of that art.
2. The music at HOU
HOU’s Harmony in the Air program presents live music performances in the Central Concourse Rotunda.
Concerts are scheduled Monday through Saturday and include everything from classical, jazz and pop to international music.
3. Amenities for families at HOU
HOU has a 450-square-foot space-themed play area near Gate A4 with a rocket slide, comet climbing structure, and an interactive light board.
The airport also has two nursing rooms. Each room has AC and USB power outlets, a changing table and nursing glider chairs. Locations: near Gates 4 and 46.
4. NASA exhibit at HOU
Houston is “Space City,” so travelers passing through HOU airport are treated to space-themed exhibits.
5. Souvenirs at HOU
The souvenir shopping at HOU ranges from space-themed items to more traditional Texas-wear.
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