- TripBuzz found 121 things to do with kids in or near Spring, Texas, including 102 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Houston, Humble, Conroe and Tomball.
- From Splashtown to Wet 'n' Wild SplashTown, the Spring area offers 72 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, National & State Parks, Water Parks and Skating Rinks.
- Spring is a city located in Harris County, Texas. Once a rich agricultural area growing cotton and sugar cane, the city has developed into a thriving residential community with a large school system, primarily consisting of private and Catholic academies. Visitors enjoy the areas local parks, botanical gardens, water park and local shopping district.
Kababi Zaytoon 9001 Louetta Rd, Spring, TX MoreLess Info
Tender kebabs of beef, chicken, and kofta, as well as meaty lamb chops, light seafood plates, and freshly squeezed fruit juice
A traditional bowling facility, AMF Humble Lanes features 32 lanes of open and league bowling. The center offers an on-site pro shop, arcade game machines, pool tables, a snack bar and flat-screen televisions for sports viewing.
Woodlands Elite Tomball is a cheerleader training center that offers expert and experienced instruction in all aspects of cheerleading. The facility offers classes in various kinds of gymnastics and tumbling, as well
Visitors can enjoy an evening of roller skating during Humble Family Skate Center Inc public skate sessions. Visitors can also take skating lessons on Sundays or participate in monthly roller derby events.
A movie theater with an IMAX auditorium, Santikos Silverado IMAX displays first-run feature films. The theater offers reserved seating, 3D movies, D-BOX motion seats, a full-service bar and a concession area with food and drinks.
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.
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.
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.
The Tomball Museum Center, located in Tomball Texas features historical buildings that represent Tomball in the mid-1800s. Registered as the Spring Creek Historical Association, the museum is open Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year.