Houston Symphony Chamber Ensemble at The Buckingham

You’re Never Too Old to Learn Something New

At The Buckingham, our residents’ pursuit of knowledge is a journey fueled by passion, curiosity and a mantra that “you’re never too old to learn something new.” Research shows that lifelong learning contributes to overall wellness for senior adults – improving mental, emotional and physical health. Many studies show a positive connection between continued learning and cognitive health, in some instances even delaying or preventing the risk of memory loss. Intellectually stimulating opportunities also help to lower stress, promote personal social connections and improve mood.

Through The Buckingham’s unique Aspyre program, there are a wealth of enriching opportunities that cater to all residents’ interests. From thought-provoking guest speakers including authors, historians and celebrities to lectures that allow residents to explore their passions to a collaboration with Rice University, lifelong learning is incorporated into all aspects of daily life. The Buckingham offers cultural excursions outside of the community to the Museum District, theaters, sporting events and other local hotspots. And through unique partnerships with the Houston Symphony and Houston Grand Opera – who regularly visit The Buckingham, residents can enjoy a night out without ever leaving the comforts of the community.

Classical Cellist Christopher Wagner and Pianist Ben Sieben playing at The Buckingham

No matter what your interests, The Buckingham creates an environment where the pursuit of knowledge is ageless and timeless. Call today to learn more about new contract options and life at Houston’s premier retirement community.