While we’ve loved the rain in recent months and our trees are very happy, it has set back construction work for McGovern Centennial Gardens. After the celebration event on October 18, we closed the site to continue the heavy work needed to complete the Gardens. Check back here for an announcement when the Gardens re-open.
Hermann Park: 6 am - 11 pm
Japanese Garden: 9 am - 6 pm
Railroad: 10 am - 6 pm
Pedal Boats: 11 am - 5 pm
Pinewood Cafe: 11 am - 7:30 pm
Frank Teich (1856-1939), a German immigrant, sculpted the Dick Dowling sculpture and the base for the Sam Houston Monument.
Sign up today for Hermann Park Conservancy's 11th annual Run in the Park on Saturday, November 8, 2014. The event includes a 5K run/walk and a 1K kids’ fun run that winds through the Park's scenic trail. Stay for an after-party for participants and their supporters. Pre-register to secure your spot!
Introduce young students to Hermann Park’s fun Art in the Park displays. Download our new self-guided tour booklet for educators of elementary age Art Explorers.
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Join us to help keep Hermann Park beautiful and enjoy great benefits. Be a part of history as we celebrate the Park's 100 birthday!
Located in the heart of Houston, Hermann Park welcomes an estimated six million visitors a year. Thanks to its proximity to downtown, the Texas Medical Center, Rice University, and the Museum District, this 445-acre urban park is an important resource for Houstonians.
Conservancy members receive exciting benefits, including free tickets to ride the Hermann Park Railroad and unlimited free rides on the second Satuday of every month, free pedal boat tickets, and a 10% discount in the Conservancy Gift Shop in Lake Plaza.
Photo by Jean Miracle-Whitaker
Hermann Park Conservancy relies on the support of generous individuals and organizations to continue its efforts to maintain and care for Hermann Park. However you wish to contribute, your financial support helps provide priceless experiences and create cherished memories for visitors today and for the years to come.