Kirby and University Boulevard
Houston, TX 77005
You’ll find Rice Village nestled between Houston’s West University neighborhood and the Medical Center, and adjacent to Rice University. With convenient access from Houston’s U.S. 59 highway, the Village is easily reachable from anywhere.
By bike, by bus, by car, by foot––you’re welcome here however it suits you. If you’re arriving by car, we’ve launched a paid parking program which allows our guests convenient access to their destination of choice by way of meters. If you plan on being here for a little longer, please feel free to park in our centrally located garage or roof-top parking deck.
0–2 hours: FREE
2–3 hours: $2
3–4 hours: $4
4+ hours: $5
Pay on foot stations are located 1st floor of parking garage and parking deck.
0–1 hour: $1
1–2 hours: $2
2–3 hours: $4
3–4 hours: $6
4+ hours: $8
0–1 hour: $2
1–2 hours: $4
2–3 hours: $6
3–4 hours: $8
4+ hours: $10
Contact our Parking Office at 832-968-7686.
Enjoy a leisurely ride through Rice Village with Houston’s rent and return BCycles. You’ll find three convenient stations close by: at the corner of Kelvin and Amherst, Kelvin and Dunstan, and Morningside and Shakespeare.
Texas Medical Center Shuttle Route Info
With three routes running from Texas Medical Center to Rice Village, guests can easily access each part of the district — and stay up-to-date on shuttle schedules with live maps.
Our Response to COVID-19
While much has changed over the past few years, our commitment to our community hasn’t. We continue to follow CDC and city guidelines to maintain a safe and healthy environment as we reconnect in support of local businesses.
What stores and restaurants are open?
The majority of our retailers and restaurants have returned to regular operational hours and are open for curbside pick-up and delivery orders as well as indoor shopping and dining. For additional updates, you can also refer to our Shop & Dine page and see our Instagram and Facebook for more information.
When is Rice Village open?
Whose guidelines does Rice Village follow to ensure a safe environment?
Over the past two years, we’ve followed recommendations from the CDC, the City of Houston Health Department, and the Texas Department of State and Health Services to implement thoughtful health and safety protocols. We’ll continue to adjust and update our program as needed.
How can we support our local restaurants and shops?