Humble, Texas is, simply put, a nice place to live. It is outside the hustle and bustle of the city, but close enough for Humble home owners to be able to go to Houston any time without difficulty. The Jesse H. Jones Park and Nature Reserve embody Humble’s role as a refuge away from the huge, fast paced city. It features beautiful walking, hiking, and biking trails, playgrounds, a gorgeous river, a nature center, and awesome, educational programs.
Families who own Humble real estate often go to Old MacDonald’s Farm - a 15 acre petting zoo that also offers horseback riding, train rides, and swimming. The low prices, well kept grounds, and friendly staff bring people back for more. It is a popular place for children’s birthday parties. For more information, click here.
The Humble Museum is a way for Humble home owners to understand the history of the place they live. It consists of pictures, stories, and different artifacts from the past to show the progression of the area. It is a great way to appreciate the city for what it is, plus is an extremely educational experience. Click here for tickets, hours, and more.
Humble real estate owners benefit from a plethora of options for places to eat. Two local favorites are Titas Taco House, serving authentic mexican food with homemade tortillas, and is especially well known for their breakfast tacos, and The Hop Stop, which features locally crafted beer and wine and will play any vinyl that you bring in.