- 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.
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Created for younger kids, The Woodlands Children's Museum offers many fun programs and workshops. Along with holiday and seasonal activities, the museum regularly schedules educational exhibits and hands-on learning related to drama and the arts.
Many different activities are available at the Times Square Entertainment complex. The site has a bowling alley, a laser tag arena, large scale arcade, and pool in addition to a complete sports grill with a full menu.
Featuring full stadium seating and digital projection, CineMark Theatre 12 is a movie theater that shows its visitors the latest movie releases. Amenities at the theater include 3-D capabilities, print-at-home ticketing, and a birthday party room.
Home to over 320 acres of natural Texan beauty, Burroughs Park in Tomball brings families the fun of the outdoors. A lake to fishing, trails to walking, a dog park for playing, and a picnic pavilion are a select few of the amenities available.
Located in a historic area of downtown Tomball, Main Street Crossing is a restaurant, bar, and live music venue. Generally, it focuses on country and folk music, but the venue occasionally books rock or pop acts.
Open year round, the Houston Ghost Tour is a walking tour that combines eerie scares with historic information. The tours lead through historic areas of town with ghostly reputations, and feature costumed performers as guides.
A scenic and historic site, the Tomball Railroad Depot Plaza is available for public visits on Sunday afternoons. Exhibits available include a model railroad, original works of art, and a variety of train memorabilia.
Roughly 3,000 square feet compose the Tomball Community Center which can be divided into three different rooms. Located just one block from the historic downtown area, numerous community workshops, classes, and private parties are held at the site.