- Our list of the best things to do in Kemah, Texas, features the top 174 nearby activities — including 61 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Kemah, TX has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Amusement, Sports & Fitness, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 17 things to do within the city of Kemah, TX , followed by 156 popular activities in nearby cities, including Galveston, Pasadena, Friendswood, Baytown, Pearland, League City, La Porte, Alvin, Texas City, Houston, Deer Park and Clear Lake
Take a look into the heart of Texas at the Butler Longhorn Museum in League City. Recounting the history of the Texas longhorn cattle, this museum also features western art exhibits and artifacts, making for a truly Texan experience.
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Take an educational step back in time at West Bay Common School Children's Museum in League City, Texas. Incorporating history and artifacts into a teaching lesson involves visitors in activities such as ink-pen writing allows museumgoers to live the history they learn.
At the Space Center Houston, visitors can see the Galileo spacecraft of Star Wars fame, have lunch with an astronaut, feel like their walking in space, attend science shows, and take a tram tour of the facility. The facility was instrumental in launching men to the moon and beyond.
Carrying an array of boutique wines from across the globe, Bacchus Wine Bar is a great place to relax while also enjoying cigars and a variety of craft beers. Live musical acts are also provided for entertainment.
The 2,500-acre Armand Bayou Nature Center was founded in 1974. The center has a boardwalk that takes guests through forests and marshes, as well as live animal displays, a butterfly garden, animal platforms, and an 1800's farm site.
Locals gather at the Blue Dolphin for the friendly and familiar atmosphere. Milestones and celebrations are frequently held here, as well as a variety of special events. Karaoke is popular with visitors and shuffleboard is also a favorite.
The biggest public baseball complex in Pasadena is the Kipper Mease Sports Complex. Covering nearly 300 acres, the complex has multiple ball fields and a facilities pavilion with restrooms and a snack bar.
A multi-purpose facility, the Chester Davis Sportsplex offers something for everyone. The facility is home to baseball and softball fields, football and soccer fields, volleyball courts, playgrounds and covered picnic areas.