There’s An Enchanting Chinese Culture Attraction Park In Houston

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There’s An Enchanting Chinese Culture Attraction Park In Houston

Welcome one and all to Lucky Land!

On the Northside lies one of Houston’s enchanting hidden secrets, a three-acre attraction park showcasing Asian culture and history that includes a full-scale replica Terracotta Army, Koi fish ponds, a Panda village, and much more! [Featured image: beckystravellist]

Travel 3,000 years into the past this year at Lucky Land, where you can immerse yourself in the rich culture and history of China.

This extremely photogenic, one-of-a-kind experience is located just 20 minutes north of Downtown, Houston, adjacent from one of Houston’s hottest flea markets – actually, on this note, expect a bit of traffic.

Rest assured, the experience will be worth the wait. Among its many attractions include a beautiful suspended umbrella installation, flower backdrops, gilded martial art statues, an extremely intricate replica of the Terracotta Army, Transformers – made to size, and a replica Great Wall of China – not made to size.


Along with the education you’ll glean from its many exhibits and installations, Lucky Land is a great place to bring the family, snap a photo, and/or pass time with a jungle of tumbling (not real) panda bears. Additionally, the attraction park features a magnificent coy pond where guests are invited to feed the fish.

Entrance to Lucky Land costs only $10 for adults, $5 for kids, and free for children aged 3 and under. Presently, the attraction park is open only on weekends from 10 am – 4 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Food and drinks are available for purchase. Be sure to check out their fabulous Chinese New Year’s celebration when the time comes!

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