Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens, se encuentra ubicada en la comunidad de River Oaks en Houston, Texas, Estados Unidos, con una extensión de 14 acres (57,000 m²) es una sucursal del Museo de Bellas Artes de Houston (MFAH) que alberga una colección de artes decorativas, pintura y muebles.
Bayou Bend fue el hogar de la filántropa de Houston Ima Hogg. Bayou Bend fue designado Texas Historical Commission en 1973 y fue catalogado en el National Register of Historic Places en 1979.
|Martes||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Miércoles||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Jueves||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Viernes||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sábado||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Domingo||1:00 – 5:00 PM|
Margery Hoffman | mar. 4, 2018
A museum inside the great home of the Hogg family. Each room has significant furniture and collector grade pieces from different eras. There are some original floor planks in two of the rooms that are 18" wide. The gardens are filled with azaleas, magnolias and camellias. They're very pretty in bloom.
Shantal Huerta | feb. 21, 2018
This place is amazing!!! Stunning everywhere!! The house is very well kept. The gardens are beautiful and soothing. If you're thinking about going here don't think twice, just go!
Eli Sht | nov. 25, 2017
This a very nice and pleasant park. Naturally, I would enjoy visiting a place like this. Unfortunately I had broken my leg several days prior to my visit here and I had to use a wheel chair and started to really appreciate wheel chair friendly places. Unfortunately, this is not one of those places - hard to pass trails, a lot of places with several stairs and not a single ramp. The house has two stories and there is a lift to the 2nd floor but it only for staff use! In short, it's a great place but they have a lot to improve in the accessibility department.
Russell Hanna | feb. 14, 2018
Great lawn and surroundings for photography... Interesting collection of antiques in the gift shop. That was the biggest surprise...
Sandra Estefania Lazo-Herencia | ene. 13, 2018
Like stepping back in time, the Bayou Bend Collection and gardens present a glimpse of an affluent past frozen in time. It's lovely and worth seeing. Over Christmas the decorations are delightful, a great place to bring the whole family.
Ted Mielke | mar. 18, 2018
We love this oasis, museum and fantasy garden. Filled with many species of azaleas, camillias, bulb flowers, ferns and trees. The house and history are also worth learning about. Take the family and a tripod after a picnic in Memorial Park!
Victoria Perez | mar. 16, 2018
Great experience! Found 4 4 leaf clovers while here! Great place for kids to run in garden and have fun
Angela F | abr. 19, 2018
I would suggest if you come to get the ticket for the gardens and the inside of the house . My husband and I went only for the gardens. Their gardens are well taken care of and if you pay attention full of amazing wildlife, especially birds! Very relaxing and looks like a great venue for a wedding
Komal Khatri | abr. 16, 2018
The museum is intriguing and is surrounded by beautiful garden all around. The flowers are blooming and this is a wonderful place to spend wandering around admiring the beauty of nature.
Raymond Aguilar | may. 13, 2018
Really peaceful place to visit. Gardens and grounds are very well kept. Lots of trees and shade. Fountains and garden are really nice. My kids had a good time exploring. Highly recommended. There is an entry fee, but worth it just for the peacefulness.
Nnenna O | may. 21, 2018
This place is in River Oaks and has about 8 lovely gardens on 12 acres. The building itself has furniture from the 16th century to the 19th century.My tour guide was warm and very friendly. I will definitely visit again. I did not like crossing the bridge though because I could see the bayou and I fear heights.If there is another entrance, I will take it any day.
Jacqueline Foster | jun. 29, 2018
Visiting a friend out of town and stumbled upon this place. So happy I did. Grounds, docents, art, furniture and story all entrancing. Enjoyed every moment. I had visited Hearst Castle in CA two weeks prior and my experience there, despite its vastness and wealth, did not do justice to this one quaint lovely place.
Billy McGrath | jun. 19, 2018
Surprisingly cheap when considering the work that must have been put in and the part of town. 1 star deducting because they didn't have any summer flowering plants when I went. Mostly azaleas that flowered two months ago. Definitely worth a check out to show off to dates or to have picnics
Tom Riggins | jun. 19, 2018
What a hidden gem. You will almost forget you’re in the middle of Houston. The guided tour of the house was an incredible journey through period pieces and local history. Walking the grounds takes you back to a place in time that the world is fortunate to have preserved in this fantastic home and grounds.
Alexandra Hagerman | jul. 29, 2018
We missed the times for the guided tours so we had to show ourselves around. It would have been better if we had a guide. It was a great place, a hidden gem in Houston! I’d go there again for sure.
Saleemah Okezie | ago. 7, 2018
Thesegardens are absolutely breathtaking. Such a serene place to relax, have a picnic, and enjoy beauty. I enjoyed walking through the gardens, and plan to make it my monthly Sunday ritual.
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