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Hendrick's Guide to the Unusual in Houston

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[Photos: Waterwall via Flickr, Printing Museum via Flickr, Brazos Bend State Park via Flickr, Houston Museum of Natural Science via Flickr]

Exploration, a word which brings to mind vivid images of tireless men and women trekking uncharted terrains, has helped mankind discover a great number of rare and unexpected things over the past two million years. But, have we truly uncovered all unusualness there is to discover on this fine planet?

In a world filled with a myriad of mediocre, mundane, and wholly unremarkable things, Hendrick’s exists as a shining beacon of unusualness. Distilled in absurdly miniscule batches in a tiny seaside village of Scotland, Hendrick’s is made by a single craftsman working a duo of anachronistic copper stills. This most peculiar distillation process combined with its oddly delicious infusions of cucumber and rose petal yields a one-of-a-kind gin.

Inspired by this most unique spirit and in anticipation of Hendrick's Voyages Into The Unusual, we've put together an unrivaled guide to a number of the most unusual and exciting sights to see around Houston.

Please enjoy the unusual responsibly.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Museum of Printing History

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Brazos Bend State Park

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1940 Air Terminal Museum

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Houston Museum of Natural Science

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Waterwall Park

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