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Rodeo Highlights – See it before it’s gone!

What You Should Know About the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo:

Fun on the Farm. Put this at the top of your things to do. George learned how a farm works as well as its value. He fed hens, collected eggs, and harvested the pretend pepper that he planted. This fun time ended with George buying a juice with the money he used from selling his goods at the market. Also, this was at no additional cost.

The Great American Petting Zoo. George enjoyed petting the goats and sheep, and especially loved the pot belly pig. There aren’t too many places in the city where a kid can admire a pot belly pig. Again, no additional cost.

Options, Options, and More Options. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has everything to entertain from the youngest to the oldest of family members. This includes Ferris wheel and pony rides to livestock shows and concerts.


Bring cash for parking. The cheapest I saw was $10.

The carnival rides require tickets which you purchase at the information booth. Cash and card.

Surprisingly, the food didn’t cost an arm and a leg. We bought 3 meals and 1 large drink for about twenty bucks. Pretty comparable to eating out at a restaurant. Cash and card.

Don’t forget sunscreen. I lathered up my fair-skinned little guy twice in one afternoon.

If you can go during an off-time like during the week, you should. The crowds made lines, trips to the bathroom, and purchasing food truly uncomfortable.

Kids Country, the kid-focused area with carnival rides and more is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Fun on the Farm which is in the same area is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The last day is March 18th