- The list below includes 84 free or cheap things to do in or near Katy, Texas, including 66 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Bowling, Family Fun Center and History Museums.
- From Mary Jo Peckham Park to City Of Katy Dog Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Katy and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sugar Land, Tomball, Cypress and Houston.
Featuring Cinemark's XD digital technology, Cinemark Spring-Klein & XD shows the latest movies in stadium seating auditoriums in both standard and 3-D viewing formats. On Tuesdays, the theater offers discounted rates on its tickets.
The Downtown Aquarium features over 200 aquatic animals in 600,000 gallons of water. The aquarium also often hosts parties at its two restaurants, bar, and banquet facilities, which serve a variety of foods in an upscale atmosphere.
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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.
Home to over 320 acres of natural Texan beauty, Burroughs Park in Tomball brings families the fun of the outdoors. A lake to fishing, trails to walking, a dog park for playing, and a picnic pavilion are a select few of the amenities available.
The Magnolia/Tomball Family YMCA center promotes healthy kids, families and communities by through family involvement, healthy competition, and team building. Swimming lessons, lifeguard training, camps, childcare, fitness, and youth and family programs are just some of the programs available.
Six days a week, Saint Arnold Brewing Company offers tours of their brewery that include a souvenir glass and access to a full food menu and their beers. They also feature events including live music and food tastings.
Opened in 2010, the Magnolia Unity Park offers visitors access to a large variety of amenities located within the park. These amenities include a 7,500 square foot covered pavilion, volleyball courts, a skate park, and a nature trail, among others.
A pedestrian walking path stretching half a mile in length, The Magnolia Stroll connects the Magnolia Sixth Grade Campus to Sullivan Park and eventually to the Farmers Market. The Stroll is picturesque, with public art, arbors, and benches.