Private Jet Charter to Texas
Texas is extraordinary. If it were a country, it would have the 10th largest Gross Domestic Product. It’s the second-largest state by size and by population. But beyond the statistics, beyond the glass towers, is a state with a diverse landscape and history. It was already a well-established agricultural center when the Spanish arrived in 1519. Over the centuries, it belonged to Spain, France, Mexico, itself (the Republic of Texas) and eventually, the United States. It is still fiercely independent. Stories of the Alamo, the cowboys, the Texas Rangers, even Houston’s response to recent hurricanes, show a state that is tough, resourceful, and independent. It’s the extraordinary Lone Star.
Oil, ranching, technology
Miles of beaches
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Texas DestinationsThere is enough Texas for everyone. Love seeing sports? The NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL are all represented. So are rodeo, golf and NASCAR. Love participating in sports? There are hiking, biking, windsurfing and rock-climbing opportunities galore. Want to time travel? The past comes alive at The Alamo in San Antonio, or on the retired aircraft carrier USS Lexington, in Corpus Christi. Explore the future at the NASA Johnson Space Center. Need serenity? How about horseback riding in the Texas hill country, or an afternoon at the beach in Galveston? There is plenty of Texas for you to explore.
Things to Do in TexasTexas is so diverse; we can only scratch the surface of this extraordinary state. History comes alive at the San Jacinto Battleground Historic site, near Houston. Or learn about the Kennedy assassination, at the Dealey Plaza memorial museum in Dallas. Texas brags it has the best food in the world, whether its spicy tacos from a food truck in Austin, or fancy steak dinner at Smith & Wollensky in Houston. Get out, and do a quiet kayak tour of Lady Bird Lake, or get your adrenaline going at the Texas Motorplex Drag Races in Ennis. Texas is big enough to share.Other popular places to visit in Texas include:
- The Border Patrol Museum, El Paso
- Wonderland Amusement Park, Amarillo
- Outdoor adventures in Palo Duro State Park, Amarillo
- Live music at the House of Blues, Dallas
- Bat-watching, under the Congress Bridge, Austin
- Children’s Museum of Houston
- African-American Museum, Dallas
- Original Pinballz Arcade, hundreds of classic games, Austin
- Moody Gardens Pyramids, Galveston
- El Paso Holocaust Museum