25th Anniversary of The Orange Show Eyeopener Tours!
What started as a group of art adventurers trying to out-discover and out-entertain each other in 1986 has turned into the award-winning Eyeopener Tour series. Over 15,000 guests have toured visionary folk art environments and collections that make you stop, look and look again. The folks at Texas Monthly were so impressed that they included the Eyeopener Tours in their list of "The Top 50 Things All Texans Should Do", and The City of Houston promotional materials often list it as one of "The Top Thing To Do In Houston."
On Sunday September 25, you'll have an opportunity to go back to where it all began and revisit some of the city's most unique and unexpected places! Join us for an afternoon of fantastic sightings and beauty in strange places, including the recently restored and 30-year old Orange Show Monument, Cleveland "the Flower Man" Turner - one of Houston's most colorful personalities, the beloved Beer Can House, and other some jaw-dropping surprises. If you'd like to read more about the Eyeopener Tours, click here.
Tickets are limited, so buy yours today! The tour will start at The Orange Show at 1pm, returning around 6pm. Guests will travel on a luxury motor coach with beer, wine and snacks.