Hermann Park rings in the holidays

December 3, 2013 by  

Houston’s Hermann Park Conservatory is hoping to be holiday central for local families. In addition to its usual attractions, it is offering a variety of gift options for all ages this month, and is inviting everyone to come to its holiday party for an afternoon of fun.

Hermann Park Conservatory’s varied and interesting options make it a desirable destination for a diverse range of visitors. The Houston Zoo sits among 55 acres of the park and houses over 4,500 animals of more than 800 species. The Museum of Natural Science features a planetarium, butterfly center, and an IMAX theater. Additionally, there is a log house museum, outdoor theatre, and Japanese garden. The Hermann Park Railroad also allows visitors to experience a scenic tour through the park.

The park holiday party will be hosted on Saturday, December 14, and will run from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The party is fee for all attendees, and will feature holiday-themed arts and crafts, face painting, and hot apple cider, and cocoa. In addition, the train and many of its sights will be decorated for the season. The venue is offering a variety of gift ideas, from railroad tickets and branded apparel to gift memberships and donations.

A festive holiday event is a surefire way to bring in visitors, so it is important to make sure the party is well promoted. A local printing company is a wonderful resource for creating professional and inviting marketing materials like flyers, posters, and postcards. Such companies can even create a bright banner to hang across a gate or entrance.

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