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Getting To Houston

By Air
If you're flying to Houston, you'll arrive either at George Bush Intercontinental or Houston Hobby Airport (HOU). All major car rental agencies are represented at both airports, and there are shuttle services such as Super Shuttle (800-258-3826). Shuttles between both airports and the cruise terminal cost from $40 for one person, one way.

By Car
If you're driving from IAH (about a one-hour drive), exit the airport via JFK Boulevard to the North Sam Houston Parkway East. Turn right and enter the ramp on the left onto the parkway. Exit onto I-45 South. Follow I-45 South to Interstate 610 East (exit on the left). Take exit 30B to Texas 225 East toward Pasadena/La Porte. Exit onto Texas Highway 146 South, then take the Port Road exit and follow Port Road to the end. The cruise terminal will be on the left.

If you're driving from Hobby (about a 45-minute drive), exit the airport terminal and take a right at the traffic light at Airport Boulevard. Go to I-45 (Gulf Freeway). Turn right and enter the ramp to I-45 South. Take Exit 25 NASA Road 1. Follow NASA Road 1 past the Johnson Space Center to Highway 146. Go left onto Highway 146 to the Port Road exit and follow Port Road to the end. The cruise terminal will be on the left.
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