Kemah is a city on the Gulf Coast of Texas. The boardwalk is a popular destination for people in the Houston area. The best time to come if you want to relax is during the week, but if you have kids and want them to be able to play in the fountains and things, come on the weekends.
Due to the small size of the town there is no public transportation. Taxis are available.
Tabasco Country Store - On The Boardwalk - For anyone that wants alittle spice in there life, this is the place to go. Every Tabasco is here from the popular red Tabasco to Tabasco candy. Tabasco is made on Avery Island, Louisiana
Aquarium - On The Boardwalk, Near the end - 281.334.9010 - An underwater adventure, the price is high, and the seafood is not the best, but only locals notice. The whole building is a huge aquarium with sharks, and exotic fish. This is a must, even if you just go to the bar, you have to go in and look.
The Flying Dutchman - On The Boardwalk, Near the center, look for a huge sign. - A local favorite, this was the first restaurant on the bay and will probably be the last too. The atmosphere is great, but like everything else on the boardwalk, the price is high.
Passport Inn & Suites Kemah - 601 Texas Ave - This two story motel is not recommend, nothing but bad experiences, way over priced, and very dirty.
Kemah Escape - 617 9th Street - 281.538.3200 - A great place if you want some more privacy, a small boutique hotel. Each room has a hot tub, a full kitchen, high speed internet access, and first floor rooms have a patio, and second floor rooms have a screened deck.
Kemah Boardwall Inn - Bradford and 2nd Street, On the Boardwalk - 281.334.9880 - The Boardwalk Inn is a full-service 52-room hotel. The Inn is nestled in the center of The Kemah Boardwalk and is a great place for a quick stay in Kemah, somewhat expensive, but worth it. Price $100 US to $250 US