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Self Storage Museum Park

While Houston is popular in the Lone Star State, it is underappreciated for its many cultural offerings. But like many other popular metropolitan areas, Houston has a fantastic array of museums and other attractions. From the Children's Museum and Museum of African-American Culture to the city's Holocaust Museum and more, people of all ages can learn about virtually anything they wish. Thus, whether you've just moved to the area or are a longtime resident, you may be anxious to find out all Museum Park has to offer. But along the way, you may also be looking for cheap storage units in Museum Park. Fortunately, you can rely on Proguard. With a location near Museum Park at 5503 Almeda Road, Proguard has Museum Park storage units & facilities that are easily accessed, clean and safe, and available in all sizes. So once you've stopped by your storage units in Museum Park, TX and picked up or packed away various items, here's what else you can find in and around Museum Park.

Museum Park Community Members Apart Of The “Green Team” Helping To Landscape The Area
Source: Museum Park Neighborhood Association

Popular Things to do in Museum Park

As part of the Museum District, Museum Park has been transformed from an area that was in disarray as recently as the late 1970s to one today that is tree-lined, safe, and contains many of Houston's most fascinating attractions. Of course, the various types of museums take center stage in this part of the city. Should you be a lover of fine art, stroll through the Museum of Fine Arts and its more than 65,000 works of art spanning over 6,000 years. For those of you who love nature, visit the Museum of Natural Science, where you can learn all about birds, insects, the environment, and much more. Other popular destinations include the Children's Museum of Houston, the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, and of course the Holocaust Museum Houston, which gives a history lesson that will never be forgotten. Best of all, most of these attractions are open and free to the public year-round.

Butterfly Art Installation At The Hollocaust Museum Houston
Source: Culturemap Houston

A Day at the Zoo

After getting your self storage Museum Park questions answered by renting Museum Park drive up storage units & facilities at Proguard, you can take yourself and the rest of your family to Hermann Park for a day at the Houston Zoo. With over 6,000 animals displayed in extremely natural settings, you can view such fun animals as elephants, cheetahs, and monkeys. But if you're like most people, you won't be able to pass up the chance to feed a giraffe, a privilege zoo guests can enjoy at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. each day.

Restaurants in Museum Park

Like everyone else who visits the many attractions in and around Museum Park, it doesn't take very long for you to work up a substantial appetite. Upon doing so, you'll be glad to know Museum Park has plenty of great restaurants to suit virtually any food preference. For many people in Houston, a visit to the Museum Park area is not complete until they have eaten some great sushi at MF Sushi. Featuring omakase tasting at the sushi bar, you'll love the creations of chef Chris Kinjo, who is referred to as "Magic Fingers" by customers. As for other restaurants in Museum Park, try the Bodegas Taco Shop, or the Turkey Leg Hut.

Hibachi Seating At MF Sushi Restaurant In Museum Park Area Of Houston, Texas
Source: Thrillist

Museum Park Shopping

Since so many of the museums in this area offer free admission, that means you'll have plenty of money left over to do some serious shopping. This is great, since you'll have spent so little on your Proguard Museum Park self storage units. As for places to visit, many people can't resist the variety of flower shops on Fannin Street, one of which is Fannin Flowers. Other popular destinations for Museum Park shoppers include the Melodrama Boutique and Fiddle Sticks Toys, which has a reputation for having the most diverse and unique collection of toys anywhere in the Lone Star State.

Overhead View Of A Flower Arrangement From Fannin Flowers, With White And Pink Roses And Other Flowers With Greenery Throughout
Source: Fannin Flowers

Catching a Ballgame

Here in Houston, there are few things that are more popular than pro sports. Whether it's the Astros, Rockets, or Texans of the NFL, fans are always eager to catch a game whenever possible. If you weren't able to land a ticket to a game, that's no problem if you happen to be in the Museum District. Instead, you can stop by The Address, one of the best sports bars in Texas. Very roomy, accommodating, and a great place to find plenty of new friends who share your passion for sports, it has a multitude of large-screen televisions and a Happy Hour that can't be beat.

Researching Your Roots

Now that you've gotten a good dose of culture from the many museums and other attractions in Museum Park, your curiosity may be piqued as to learning more about your own family history. If so, you can visit the Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research, which is located less than 10 minutes from the Museum District at 5300 Caroline Street. Once you do and get started with your research, it's amazing what you may find out. Who knows, you might have a famous (or infamous) relative somewhere in your family tree.

Wide Shot Of The Clayton Library center For Genealogical Research In The Museum Park Area Of Houston, Texas
Source: Houston Chronicle

With so much to do in the Museum District, it's time to get busy with ridding your home of stuff you won't need for a while. Once you gather up everything and drop it off at your Proguard storage facility, Museum Park awaits you and your family.