- Our list of the best things to do in Rowlett, Texas, features the top 321 nearby activities — including 111 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Rowlett, TX has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Sports & Fitness, and Amusement.
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Founded in 1981, Equest Therapeutic Horsemanship is a company that provides equestrian lessons to riders of all ages and abilities. The company has a total of 35 horses and 12 certified riding instructors.
Featuring a variety of slides and pools, Wet Zone offers visitors several attractions to cool off in the summer. The park also hosts lifeguard training, swimming, and water aerobic classes. Cabanas can be rented for special events like birthday parties.
A 26-lane bowling facility, Rowlett Bowlarama offers open and league bowling along with private event hosting and glow bowling events. The center features a pro shop, a bar and grill, an arcade area, pool tables and television screens.
Showcasing the local talent, Amateur Community Theatre of Rowlett puts on productions of musicals and plays for the community to enjoy. The theater has local members of the community acting in the performances.
Specializing in fish trophies, Artistic Wildlife Gallery offers glass reproductions and taxidermy services to visitors. The gallery showcases a variety of fiber and glass fish reproductions, from trout to salmon.
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Founded in 1996, Bounds' Coital Museum is a museum that strives to educate visitors with information about all things relating to coitus. The museum contains exhibits showing artifacts relating to coitus from as old as 200 BC.
Spanning 117 acres, Springfield Park offers a playground unit, disc golf course, 3 football fields, a soccer field, and 1.7 miles of hiking/biking trails. Lakes are located within the park, and pavilions and picnic tables are provided.