- TripBuzz discovered 79 different types of activities for couples in the Friendswood area, including Parks (like Frankie Carter Randolph Park), Gun Ranges (like Best Shot Range), Theaters (like Purple Box Theater) and Art Gallery (like Friendswood Frame & Gallery), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 134 date ideas in or near Friendswood, Texas, including 122 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Houston, Pasadena, Kemah and Baytown.
The Sterling Room is a live music venue providing visitors with nighttime entertainment. The venue is host to musical performances by musicians from a variety of musical genres. The Sterling Room also hosts comedy and burlesque shows.
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1921 Avenue F, Rosenberg, TX 77471 MoreLess Info
Train lovers of all ages enjoy the Rosenberg Railroad Museum. The museum features an outdoor train ride, an interactive train tower system, a historic 1944 fire engine and artifacts and literature on the vintage railway system.
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145 Oyster Creek Dr, Ste 9, Lake Jackson, TX 77566 MoreLess Info
Showcasing artwork like paintings, crafts, and jewelry, Duckie & the Grackle Studio & Gallery features local artists in its gallery. The shop sells special shawls and scarves with art prints on them.
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22306 Aldine Westfield Rd, Humble, TX 77338 MoreLess Info
Visitors enjoy the plentiful plants and attractive landscapes at Mercer Arboretum & Botanic Gardens. The program hosts regular events including plant sales and auctions for visitors who want to bring some color to their own homes.
At 55 acres, Mammoth Lake Dive Park is the largest scuba diving lake in Texas. Along with recreational diving, people can go to the park to get their certifications for depths from 20 to 61 feet, and also go kayaking, swimming, paddle boarding, and camping.
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249 Circle Way, Lake Jackson, TX 77566 MoreLess Info
The 12,000 square-foot Lake Jackson Historical Museum enriches visitors' understanding of regional history. Through high-tech displays and interactive exhibits, guests can explore the area's prehistoric and plantation eras, industrial development and the city's founding.
The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema separates itself from more traditional movie houses by offering not only first-run films, but also classic and cult films curated by the staff. The cinema also features an upscale pub grill menu and full-service bar.