Houstonopoly is a 10,000-square-foot life-sized board game inspired by the classic Hasbro game Monopoly.

Houstonopoly comes to Houston!

If you’re a lover of board games and Instagram-worthy experiences, then roll the dice on this one! Houstonopoly  is a 10,000-square-foot life-sized board game inspired by the classic Hasbro game Monopoly, with a Houston twist! 

Upon entry guests will become one of the game pieces as they make their way through the colorful board with a thousand Houstonopolian dollars. Make no mistake, this is no ordinary board game! Classic Monopoly properties like the Reading Railroad and Boardwalk have been replaced with their Houstonian counterparts–from iconic landmarks and events to celebrity murals. 

The 10,000-square-foot game space features 13 click-worthy stops. Photo Credit: Eliot Aiman

The 10,000-square-foot game space features 13 click-worthy stops along with notable neighborhoods like Third Ward, The Galleria, Minute Maid and local landmarks, including NASA and the Harris County Jail.  

Publicist and event planner Sherrie Handrinos who has brought the game to life best describes the game as: “I’ve been creating events for over 15 years and now that the city is opening up again, I wanted to create something that people can really have fun with…The best way I describe this is that old movie Honey I Shrunk the Kids. It is almost like you’re in that movie, but on a game board that’s all Houston-themed!”

Local artist Franky Cardona  has hand painted each display and backdrop, including a lifelike mural of hometown celebrities Travis Scott and Beyoncé among many others.

Before you leave, check out the Hostonopoly gift shop, we are told sales from the store go toward purchasing local students supplies, backpacks and essentials for this upcoming school year.

Houstonopoly Tickets & Other Details

When: The show is open till July 31, as per the website. For daily timings, check out the calendar on the Houstonopoly site

Where: 2501 Rice Boulevard, Houston, TX 77005

Parking: Free parking is available in the front, back and side lots adjacent to the building off of Rice Blvd

How much: Prices start at $20 for adults, $15 for kids and is free for children 3-years-old and younger. 

 

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