Driving Directions to the Houston, TX

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From downtown
Take I-45 south to 610 north, continue to 225 east. Turn on 146 south to Barbour's Cut Boulevard and turn left. Drive three miles.

From Baytown
Take 146 south, cross the Fred Hartman Bridge and continue to Barbour's Cut Boulevard, turn left. Drive three miles.

From Galveston
Take I-45 north to 146 north. Continue to Barbour's Cut Boulevard and turn right. Drive three miles.


Two major airports serve the Port of Houston

  • George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
    Distance: 40 miles
    Travel Time: Approx. 45 minutes
  • Houston Hobby International Airport (HOU)
    Distance: 20 miles
    Travel Time: Approx. 25 minutes

We recommend that if you are booking your flights to your cruise from Houston, that you consider arriving a day or two earlier so that you can take advantage of the local attractions as well as avoiding potential flight delays, baggage collection and transfer problems that could occur.

If you are arriving the same day as your cruise departs, please schedule your flights to arrive at these airports no later 2:00pm on the day of departure from Houston. If this is not possible, then come in a day prior. For return flights, do not schedule any flights departing earlier than 12:00 pm from Houston.


Outdoor parking facilities operated by the Port of Houston Authority are available at the pier. 24-hour security is provided, and the facility is secured for the duration of the cruise.

Parking Rates:

  • $7 per day for long-term parking (duration of the cruise)
  • $3 per day for short-term parking (less than 24 hours)
  • Parking fees must be paid with cash or travelers' checks.

Parking procedure:
The parking lot is very close to the terminal. Drive to the front of the terminal and drop off your baggage. Porters will meet you and help with the baggage, then you drive to parking booth, pay the $49 week parking fee then walk to terminal and check-in at registration counter. At that point, you will receive a boarding pass, enter walk-through scanners and X-ray, then walk to the ship. If you can't walk, someone will push you in a wheelchair.

Neither the cruise line nor the Port of Houston Authority is responsible for any damages or losses occasioned from the use of these facilities.


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