Engagement Photo Shoot Locations in Houston
Houston, TX 77030
One of my favorite engagement photo shoot locations in Houston is Herman Park. It has such a huge variety of different spots and looks that you can’t go wrong. Things like the Japanese Gardens, the Reflection Pool, McGovern Lake, Greenway trails, and the amazing new centennial park offers endless locations for photo shoots.
400 Texas Avenue
Houston, TX 77002
An oasis of serenity and natural beauty along Cypress Creek, Mercer Arboretum & Botanic Gardens is a horticultural masterpiece. These 300 acres of East Texas Piney Woods showcase the region’s largest collection of native and cultivated plants. A living museum, it is also home to a wealth of animal life.
Old Town Spring
403 Main St
Spring, TX 77373
Nestled on the western edge of Memorial Park is the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center, a 155-acre urban nature sanctuary dedicated to providing the city with education on our local ecosystems and conservation. Get away from the city in the heart of the city with five miles of nature trails. Or visit the Nature Center where kids can enjoy learning with interactive exhibits and the Discovery Room.
Spring, Texas 77379
Meyer Park is a 180-acre facility with 26 soccer fields (ten are lighted), two unlighted softball fields, a basketball court, barbecue pavilion, gazebo, paved trails, nature trails, duck pond*, a three-acre fishing lake*, picnic tables, barbecue grills, two age-specific playgrounds, 15 exercise stations, and rest room facilities.
Located in the heart of Houston’s Museum District, the MFAH is a dynamic cultural complex comprising two gallery buildings, a sculpture garden, visitors center, library, café, movie theater, two art schools, two house museums, and two gift shops.
Houston, Texas 77006
This urban oasis, designed by Isamu Noguchi, features modern and contemporary sculpture by Henri Matisse, Alberto Giacometti, Joan Miró, Ellsworth Kelly, and many others.
Another great engagement photoshoot location in Houston is the Waterwall. The saving grace of every financially-challenged Romeo, the Waterwall is a Houston landmark that really does inspire feelings of awe, inner peace and for those who are so inclined, romance. Located amid lovely live oaks in an 18-acre landscaped park south of Williams Tower, the Waterwall has the power and beauty of a man made waterfall, with 11,000 gallons of water per minute falling almost seven stories down the semi-circular structure from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week. Parking can be difficult, but visitors can use the Williams Tower garage for free every night after 6 p.m. and on weekends. If you’re looking for a mind-blowing picnic spot, this is it. The park was recently renamed in honor of developer Gerald D. Hines.