2020 National Planning Conference


April 25–28, 2020 — Houston

Houston is home to respected and energetic cultural arts scene, and the brains behind United States space exploration. Coupled with international appeal and Southern charm, Houston is as diverse a city as they come.

Experience Our Host City

Welcome to H-Town

Get lost — in a good way — in friendly Houston.

Things to Do

As the fourth largest city in America, Houston has countless activities to do. Here are just a few highlights. For more ideas on exploring Houston, visit the Houston travel website.

Awe-Inspiring Murals

Houston is home to one of the most vibrant street art scenes in America with breathtaking backdrops just around the corner.

  • Stop by the "Houston is Inspired" mural in the heart of downtown (313 Travis Street).
  • Get a heavy dose of street art and murals at the Houston Graffiti Building with such creations like the hearts mural and the justice mural.
  • Everything's bigger in Texas, so don't miss Houston's biggest mural, "Preservons la Creation" (2800 San Jacinto Street)
  • Make a splash on your social media with a photo in front of the popular Biscuit Paint Wall (1535 Westheimer)


With 10,000 restaurants representing cuisine from more than 70 countries and American regions, Houston's dining scene is as ethnically diverse as its more than 6 million residents.