A beautiful Sunday afternoon to visit Super Bowl Live at Discovery Green in downtown Houston. Many came out to enjoy the sunshine, pleasant cool weather and attractions at this free and family-friendly Super Bowl LI event for the public.
Super Bowl Live has live music, food trucks, outdoor basketball for the children and NASA’s Future Flight, a virtual reality ride to Mars and back. Many lined up to take the ride. NASA’s Orion transporter and other NASA exhibits also are on display at Super Bowl LIVE.
FOX Sports and CNN have broadcast complexes at Super Bowl Live.
Visitors also can get to NFL Experience at George R. Brown Convention Center through Super Bowl LIVE entrances. Tickets ($35 adult, $25 children under 12 years old) are required for NFL Experience.
If you’re driving to Super Bowl Live, two cheaper parking lots are $10 at San Jacinto and Leeland and San Jacinto and Bell streets. There also is some metered street parking in west downtown Houston. From this area, it’s a 4-5 block walk to the Super Bowl Live entrance. Dress comfortably and wear walking shoes.
Video recording cameras are not allowed at Super Bowl Live, but cell phone cameras are inside Super Bowl Live for photos or videos of your visit.
Budget $15-$25 per person for food and drink at Super Bowl Live. Bottled water is $4.
Super Bowl LIVE is open daily through Super Bowl Sunday, February 5th. Hours vary. Super Bowl LIVE opens at 3 p.m. this Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and returns to morning opening hours during Super Bowl weekend.