If you arrived in Houston, you must know that you arrived in the most populated city of Texas and the fourth most populous city of the United States. Situated near Galveston Bay, this important Financial Centre and the touristic city is one of the most interesting and important cities from entire America.
If you are looking forward to bring home some souvenirs from Houston, you must know that the city has so many souvenirs shops and you can find so many souvenirs idea in each one of them.
1. Cowboy Hats
Even if it sounds cliché, the tourists really enjoy knowing more things about the local culture of Texas and to hear the famous stories about the cowboys, their customs, their horses, how they impacted the American culture, and other things. Just when you hear about Texas, you think about cowboys, their hats and boots and this is really awesome! As a specific traditional accessory, you can buy it from any local store or gift shop and this is a really nice gift for your friends and family!
2. Western wear and Boots
If you are a cowboy guy and you want to try the style, some recommendations from the locals would be perfect for you, as they can lead you to the suitable places to see everything that is related to cowboys and their lives. There is a famous shop in Houston named Pinto Ranch where you can find all sorts of boots and apparel, and one of these shops is located in a very handy location for travelers, in Terminal C of George Bush International Airport. Also, a good place for visiting and observing cowboy life would be Shudde Bros. Hatters.
3. Try the artisan chocolate
If you are not so compatible with the Western style and you want to try another specific gift, and if you are a chocolate lover, then you must try the artisan chocolate. The combination of flavors are irresistible for the majority of people and the taste is absolutely unique! The surprise flavors are combined to make you fall in love with this chocolate and you must try flavors like cardamom rose, white chocolate, rose water, lychee basil, tropical fruits or the sweet basil.
4. Personalized apparel
Whether you are a fan of a football player, singer, musician, artist, someone else or not, you must buy the typical personalized apparel from Texas, or especially Houston. If you visit Houston area and Galveston Island, you will find all sorts of personalized apparel that shows that you visited that place and you enjoyed it! Starting with hats, scarfs, bags, T-shirts, you can find also footwear, jackets or blouses for travel lovers.
5. BBQ sets and aprons
If you didn’t know until now, the Texan guys are expert in doing barbeque and they really enjoy spending time with the family in the fresh air, eating tasty food. A really nice and a suitable gift would be a professional set of barbeque for the people who enjoy this food, and an apron would complete this gift.
6. Texas Office Décor
For this kind of souvenir, there are multiple choices. If you want to make your office more beautiful, you should buy business card holders, Texas signs, Texas lettering or Texas maps. There are some people so attracted by Texan life that they enjoy buying this kind of souvenirs for close friends. Also, you can have this souvenir for your home and they are available for tourists at very good prices. This sort of souvenirs are very popular in Texas and they are sold every year in hundreds of pieces. You can find this attraction in Houston and also nearby.
7. Fridge magnets and key organizers
If you want to keep the memory of Texas close to you all the time, you should buy one of the most popular souvenirs like fridge magnets, key organizers or miniatures. This souvenirs are very handy and can be found at every store and shop. This is very special for everyone and it is a pleasure to receive such a beautiful memory!
This city is one of the biggest attractions of state Texas and you can do a lot of activities in this city. Also, if you are passionate about spaceships, planes, galaxies, stars and so on, you should go to NASA where you will enjoy a little adventure while discovering the history of the world.
Updated: May 30, 2019