Celebrate with us!

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo11 lunar landing in Springwoods Village! Join us on July 20 and 21, 2019 for out of this world family-friendly fun and festivities.

Lunar Landing Special Event Hotel Offers

at Springwoods Village

$149
CityPlace Marriott
Self-parking
2 drinks
2 headphones
MClub access
$129
Residence Inn
$94
Courtyard Houston

Space-Themed Silent Disco

Dusk to 10:30 p.m.

Pick up a set of Silent Disco headphones and get your groove on with a space-themed Silent Disco party as we launch into the night. Three DJs will play space-themed music and fan favorites on separate channels, so come and dance the night away!

Stargazing

Can’t see the stars in the city? Join us the astronomers with the Houston Astronomers Society in the light pollution-free Springwoods Village Nature Preserve to see the moon up close and personal.

Please note the Nature Preserve will be closed to the public after dusk. To participate in the stargazing, take the shuttle bus from the designated stops at the Courtyard by Marriott or the CityPlace Plaza. The shuttle will be running from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Fun Fab Photo Booth

Want a keepsake to remember the night? Visit our Fun Fab Photo Booth, take a picture with your friends and family with our out of this world, lunarthemed props. The green screen can even have you walking on the moon! Pin the photo strip to your fridge or share on social with our hashtag #lunarstaycation!

Discovery Dome Planetarium

5:30  PM – 8:30 PM

Moonwalkers (guests) can visit the stars with the Houston Museum of Natural Science inflatable Discovery Dome Planetarium.

CineSpace

Dusk to 10:30 p.m.

The celebration features a special movie night featuring curated shorts brought to you by Houston Cinema Arts Society and NASA.

Guest Speaker John J Uri

9:30 AM

Stay with us for more fun on Sunday, July 21, 2019. Guest speaker John J Uri from NASA’s Johnson Space Center will share insight on lunar landings and the Houston Museum of Natural Science inflatable, HUGE Discovery Dome Planetarium will be back and ready for space exploration!