- TripBuzz found 165 things to do with kids in or near Pearland, Texas, including 152 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Houston, Pasadena, Sugar Land and Friendswood.
- From Centennial Park to Lone Star Bounce Town, the Pearland area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Gymnastics, Walking Trails and Amusement Parks (Kids).
- Just half an hour from Houston, Pearland, TX, has a population of over 90,000 people, almost tripling in ten years. Fitness and recreation are a major part of Pearland which offers a unique walking and biking trail along Magnolia. Pearland hosts an annual Paws in the Park celebration, which is an adoption fair, training convention, and contest for dogs.
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Blackhawk Blvd & Dixie Farm Road, Pearland, TX 77546 MoreLess Info
A little slice of wilderness is open to visitors at Dixie Farm Road Park in Pearland, Texas. Walking paths wind through the pure nature of the area and allow visitors to see animals in their natural habitat on any walk or run.
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405 Woodlawn, Friendswood, TX 77546 MoreLess Info
At AA Gymnastics & Dance Training Center, visitors can register their children for a variety of gymnastics classes. During these classes, children can develop skills that can improve their flexibility.
Offering activities for all ages and interests, Frankie Carter Randolph Park features ball fields, nature trails, tennis and volleyball courts and playgrounds. Also in the park, visitors can find an abundance of McCarthy roses, a favorite of the park's namesake.
Located in the oldest house in Friendswood, the Perry House Museum was restored by the Friendswood Historical Society for visitors to enjoy. The home is furnished with period antiques provided by the Perry family descendants.
Established in 1968, the Friendswood Historical Society takes as its mission the preservation and celebration of local history and culture. The society maintains a museum and hosts historically-themed special events throughout the year.
A replica of the first house built in Friendswood, the Frank J. Brown Heritage Museum and Barn is indicative of the area's Quaker homes from the late 19th century. Second floor exhibits tell the history of Friendswood's first 50 years.