- Our list of the best things to do in Sugar Land, Texas, features the top 121 nearby activities — including 38 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Sugar Land, TX has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sports & Fitness, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 21 things to do within the city of Sugar Land, TX , followed by 100 popular activities in nearby cities, including Houston, Katy, Missouri City, Pearland, Cypress, Rosenberg and Alvin
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3091 College Park Dr, Ste 270, The Woodlands, TX 77384 MoreLess Info
Mini-golf lighted by black lights is what attracts visitors to the unique Shankz Black Light Miniature Golf. Shankz offers a number of amenities to its customers, including birthday party, corporate event, and fundraiser hosting.
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One Heritage Cir., 1 Heritage Cir, Magnolia, TX 77354 MoreLess Info
A 32 acre facility, Sherwood Sporthorses Inc. specializes in horse boarding, backing and training with their large stables and pastures and two covered, lighted arenas. They offer riding lessons for both beginners and advanced riders.
A children's indoor playground and bounce house, Fun Little Tykes hosts birthday parties, special events, and classes for kids. The facility welcomes walk-ins, as well, and the indoor playground includes a wide variety of games and amusements.
An equestrian facility located on an 18 acre farm, Lone Star Saddlebreds offers a variety of services. The facility offers training for horses, riding instruction for riders of all levels, and competition coaching.
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6315 FM 1488, Ste D, Magnolia, TX 77354 MoreLess Info
With experienced dance instructors leading classes, Academy of Performing Arts - Home of the Lone Star Jazz offers jazz, ballet, Broadway, and other styles of dance classes. The center also has fitness classes like Zumba, yoga, and more.
At 55 acres, Mammoth Lake Dive Park is the largest scuba diving lake in Texas. Along with recreational diving, people can go to the park to get their certifications for depths from 20 to 61 feet, and also go kayaking, swimming, paddle boarding, and camping.