- The list below includes 143 free or cheap things to do in or near League City, Texas, including 71 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Trampoline Parks, Bars and Children's Museums.
- From Helen's Garden to Countryside Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in League City and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Galveston, Pasadena, Friendswood and Houston.
The Drink Station 6555 South Shore Boulevard, League City, TX MoreLess Info
Tastings include four to six different teas or coffees accompanied by light snacks
Leavesley Park is a community park in Friendswood that offers an adjacent hangar for hosting large events. The event space features a kitchen and seating for 150, while the park features grassy fields, a picnic area and children's playground.
Old City Park features a variety of amenities, including picnic areas with barbecue grills, playgrounds with climbing structures and other equipment, nature trails for hiking and biking, and a large riding area that hosts horse shows.
At Bouis Tennis Academy, a tennis coach provides personalized instruction to both adults and children at any level of skill. The coach teaches the basics of tennis as well as providing tips for improving skills.
Established in 1968, the Friendswood Historical Society takes as its mission the preservation and celebration of local history and culture. The society maintains a museum and hosts historically-themed special events throughout the year.
A replica of the first house built in Friendswood, the Frank J. Brown Heritage Museum and Barn is indicative of the area's Quaker homes from the late 19th century. Second floor exhibits tell the history of Friendswood's first 50 years.
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.
Offering activities for all ages and interests, Frankie Carter Randolph Park features ball fields, nature trails, tennis and volleyball courts and playgrounds. Also in the park, visitors can find an abundance of McCarthy roses, a favorite of the park's namesake.
Located in the oldest house in Friendswood, the Perry House Museum was restored by the Friendswood Historical Society for visitors to enjoy. The home is furnished with period antiques provided by the Perry family descendants.