Houston Happenings: Oct. 23 – Oct.25

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HUE Mural Festival

The HUE Mural Festival is downtown this Friday and Saturday.

The festival features 22 artists from around the U.S. and outside of the country as well as 45 local artists. Guests will enjoy 25 mural walls and lots of celebration.

The event is free and open to the public.


3rd Annual Houston Fine Art Festival

If you enjoy collecting art or enjoy handmade artwork, you may want to head over to Discovery Green for the 3rd annual Houston Fine Art festival.

Guests will get a chance to see creations by painters, jewelers, sculptors, digital artisans, photographers, mixed-media and fiber artists and much more.

It takes place this Saturday and Sunday.

Admission is free.


Haunted House at National Museum of Funeral History

From now until Nov. 2, you can get into the Halloween spirit at the National Museum of Funeral History’s family-friendly haunted house.

The house is rated PG-13 and is recommended for kids 12 and up. Kids younger than that will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Admission is half off when you purchase admission to the museum.


Texas Renaissance Festival

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for.

The 41st annual Texas Renaissance Festival starts this weekend.

The festival attracts thousands of visitors every year and features live entertainment, food, fun

It runs through Nov. 29.


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