Q: What is the Midtown Cultural Arts and Entertainment District?
This is a diverse, walkable, mixed-use community with entertainment and cultural enrichment options, intermingled with playgrounds and sustainable green space for all to enjoy every day.
Q: Do I need a car in Midtown?
Midtown is the most pedestrian-friendly neighborhood in Houston so once you get here, we don’t believe you do. Between Zipcar, the METRORail, the B-Cycles and walking, we’ve got it covered. Our walkscore is 86. We’re the #1 walkable community in Houston.
Q: Where do I find out what’s going on in the District?
In addition to this website, click here to subscribe to ENews. If you would like more information, go to houstonmidtown.com and feel free to visit all our social media sites.
Q: Where’s the best place to park?
Please find a list of places to park in Midtown here. And go here for more information on parking and transportation.
Q: Is there a charge for parking?
Sometimes. You can find out more here.
Q: Are there pet-friendly restaurants in the area?
Yes. There are a few here. And our list isn’t complete; we would love it if you let us know where you discover more.
Q: How do I get from the Alley or Jones Hall to the District?
Take the Preston Southbound METRORail.
Q: What’s the difference between Midtown Houston and the Midtown Cultural Arts and Entertainment District?
The Midtown Cultural Arts and Entertainment District is a designation Midtown Houston earned from the Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA) in September 2012.