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The Greater Heights area includes some of Houston's most pleasant neighborhoods as well as a burgeoning restaurant and nightlife scene, especially on the Washington Street corridor.


Houston's first suburb, built around a streetcar line, The Heights today is centrally located compared to the far flung modern suburbs. It is a large district of gingerbread Victorian homes as well as early 20th Century bungalows.

Get in


  • Houston Telephone Museum, 1714 Ashland Street, 713-861-9784, [1]. A museum of telephone history.
  • Art Car Museum, 140 Heights Blvd, 713-861-5526, [2]. Changing exhibits of art cars, art, and whatever else the curator wants to show off. Donation Only.





  • Waldo's Coffee House, 1030 Heights Blvd, (713) 769-0700, [3]. Great place to sip coffee, play a board game, or work on your laptop. They have live music on Saturday nights, too.



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