Cypress: A Small Vibrant Community Filled With Friendly People.
Once known as a farming industry, Cypress has now flourished into one of Houston’s biggest suburbs with neighborhood both has Atakapan Indian and German heritage, the latter of which can be seen in some of the street, thoroughfare and school names—like Huffmeister and Telge Road and Matzke Elementary. Cypress, Texas is an unincorporated community in Harris County which is serviced by George Bush Intercontinental Airport, the nearest airport in Cypress which has domestic and international flights from Houston, Texas and just 32 miles from Cypress town proper.
Best Time to Visit
Cypress, TX receives large number of tourist during Spring of between late March to late May. Tourists planning their trip during months should book their lodging and plane ticket at least 2 months before their preferred date of travel. Tourists may also consider to Cypress during October to attend one of the many festivals the city is celebrating during this month which includes Cypress Crossing Christian Church Fall Festival, Wee Wuns Fall Festival and Zombie.
What to Do & Area Attractions
Tourists may start their tour by catching a show at the Berry Center, a multi-use complex center with football stadium, a 436-theater seat and multi-purpose area. Downtown Cypress, tourists can get their shopping at Houston Premium Outlets where great amazing deals for branded items are available. For golf enthusiasts, they can play one round of championship golf at Cypress Lakes Golf Club. Other places of interests are Buffalo Soldiers National Museum and Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens. For utmost convenience, tourists may stay at either Homewood Suites Houston, or Seventh Heaven Ranch Resort Bed & Breakfast.