How to register, find us, park, etc. for first-time clients and visitors
Registration requires clients to set up an account. Need and account? Sign up here. There’s no obligation or additional fees. When setting up an account the required information is name, email, and phone number. Each registrant for each event will need to have their own account. This ensures a space and materials (if applicable) for each participant. It also gives us the ability to inform every attendee if there are any changes to the schedule due to weather or illness. Accounts for minors can be managed by parent or guardian client accounts.
Once you have an account, you will be able to navigate the calendar and enroll in a variety of programs without first finding them on our website. We recommend using the week calendar view so that the individual programs are visible. Daily list views and and lists by category are also available. The web address for direct access to the client portal is http://hinescenter.frontdeskhq.com
If you need further assistance with navigation and registration within the client portal visit the how to enroll page.
The Hines Center is located at 500 Fannin St. in the historic district of downtown Houston at the corner of Fannin and Prairie.
The entrance is on Prairie St.
The blocks bordering the center are: North: Prairie St. South: Texas Ave. East: Fannin St. West: Main St.
Parking is FREE for Hines Center patrons — in the garage at 511 San Jacinto (between Prairie and Texas). Upon arrival pull a ticket and bring it with you for validation at the reception desk. When walking out of the garage, use the exit with elevators and cross San Jacinto Street. Take Prairie Street (north of the Cathedral complex) and walk one block west to the Hines Center. Entry is on Prairie.
On-street parking pay stations are enforced Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Be sure to read all posted signs carefully. Each pay station has a time limit (2–10 hours) posted. The City of Houston periodically bags the meters and makes parking illegal for special events and lane access, please read all posted signs carefully each visit.
Contact us for additional information about Metro trains and other public transportation options.