- TripBuzz found 100 things to do with kids in or near The Woodlands, Texas, including 94 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Humble, Spring, Conroe and Tomball.
- From The Woodlands Children's Museum to The Ice Rink at The Woodlands Town Cebter, the The Woodlands area offers 63 different types of family activities, including: Mini Golf, Children's Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Golf.
- The census-designated place of The Woodlands, located in the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area, is home to over 55,000 residents in an area of under 50 square miles. The Woodlands, 28 miles north of Houston, is both a suburban development and business center, making for a diverse community of families and entrepreneurs. Visitors can enjoy their time at The Woodlands with a variety of golf courses, shops, restaurants, and more.
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.
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.
50% 2 votes
1203 Callahan Avenue, Conroe, TX 77301 MoreLess Info
With two year-round enclosed, heated facilities, the Conroe Recreation & Aquatic Center provides educational and fitness programs, lap swimming, and recreational swimming, as well as a seasonal leisure pool with graduated beach entry and many interactive play structures.
Collins Park is a park and entrance to a mountain bike trail. The park maintains a playground, picnic areas, and a skate park. For those interested in sports, the park also has a basketball court, soccer field, and softball field.
67% 6 votes
At Collins Park, 6727 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, TX 77379 MoreLess Info
Five miles of stacked bike loops, Cypresswood Trails provides riders a serene ride through scenic forests and along the winding river. With clear signs and trail indicators, bikers will easily find their way.
An open area on 180 acres, Meyer Park features facilities for softball, basketball and soccer as well as a duck pond and a fishing pond. The park has nature trails, picnic tables, playgrounds, exercise stations and sheltered areas for events.
93% 360 votes
415 Barren Spring Drive, Houston, TX 77090 MoreLess Info
Owned by a funeral company, the National Museum of Funeral History brings together artifacts from the funerals of notable personalities like John F. Kennedy and Elvis Presley with a collection of historic hearses to illustrate the history of funeral services in the US.