The McGovern Centennial Gardens, Japanese Garden, Hermann Park Railroad, pedal boats, and restrooms by McGovern Lake will be closed on Thanksgiving (11/26).
Hermann Park is currently open. Social distancing measures are in place, and expected from Park visitors. All programs and events are canceled in the Park for the time being. Please follow all recommendations, including social distancing and wearing face covers, from Harris County Health Department. For current Houston Parks and Recreation Department notices, click here.
Hermann Park | 6 am - 11 pm
McGovern Centennial Gardens | 9 am - 5 pm
Japanese Garden | 9 am - 5 pm
Pedal Boats | 10 am - 5 pm
Railroad | 10 am - 6 pm
All major in-person events are currently suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings. Please check back for announcements on at-home and virtual events.
Each year, volunteers contribute more than 20,000 hours to Hermann Park Conservancy's conservation and maintenance initiatives throughout Hermann Park's 445-acres. Our work wouldn't be possible without the thousands of volunteers who work out in the Park, at our special events, and in our office.
HPC members are a vital part of keeping Hermann Park looking good. Membership gifts support the Conservancy's stewardship efforts, like volunteer programs and maintenance initiatives. Members get great benefits too, like free train tickets, invitations to member exclusive events, and more!
Ginger Kale now open so come on by and grab a bite! You can find Ginger Kale next to McGovern Lake, between Kinder Station and the pedal boat house, across the plaza from the Houston Zoo. To stay up-to-date on their latest menu and offerings, please visit their website!
Next spring, Houstonians and their little ones will have a new learning and play space to frequent right here in the heart of Hermann Park. This new play space – geared towards children of all ages – is all thanks to a $100,000 grant from the PNC Foundation.
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.