- The list below includes 143 free or cheap things to do in or near Deer Park, Texas, including 73 different types of inexpensive activities like Dog Park, Parks, Skate Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Ella & Friends Dog Park to City of Deer Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Deer Park and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Houston, Humble, Pasadena and Friendswood.
At Champions Roller World, visitors can rent both regular and inline skates to take out on the rink during public skating sessions. The roller rink has several party packages that include reserved admission, a party room, and a DJ.
53% 17 votes
13019 University Blvd, Sugar Land, TX 77479 MoreLess Info
The Houston Museum of Natural Science is a museum focused on providing education and entertainment to its guests through a variety of exhibits. The museum is also home to a planetarium, butterfly center, and gift shop.
A six-acre canine recreation and exercise facility, Pawm Springs Dog Park provides enclosed, grassy fields with a separate area for smaller dogs. The park features a pavilion as well as a pond with tropical landscaping and water spray feature.
Sugar Land Memorial Park is a 420 acre riverside park. Visitors to the park can find jogging and mountain bike trails, a playground, a dog park, picnic pavilions, and large open spaces for sports and other activities.
Located on Pelican Island, Seawolf Park offers a playground, picnic areas, and a fishing pier. Self-guided tours are available on the 2 historic sea vessels the USS Cavalla, a WWII submarine and the USS Stewart, a destroyer escort.
90% 567 votes
Harborside Drive & 20th St, Galveston, TX 77550 MoreLess Info
Visitors to the Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig Museum and Education Center climb onto a retired jackup drilling rig. Once onboard, visitors can see exhibits explain the offshore oil and gas industry.
67% 178 votes
25th and Strand Street, Galveston, TX 77550 MoreLess Info
Presenting Galveston's history with a paranormal twist, Ghost Tours of Galveston offers a walking tour starting at the Railroad Museum and ending at the Tremont hotel. Guests learn about the sightings and stories of spirits at the locations they visit.
With Texas Seaport Museum, visitors can walk on the deck and explore the interior of a three-masted, 1877 tall ship. The museum also has exhibits with displays filled with artifacts and remnants from maritime history.
There are three presentations shown at Pier 21 Theater. All of the films reflect some history of Galveston and include The Great Storm that covers the 1900 hurricane, The Pirate Island of Jean Laffite about the infamous pirate, and Galveston: Gateway to the Gulf about the city's role in immigration.