- The list below includes 127 free or cheap things to do in or near Missouri City, Texas, including 75 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Walking Trails, Trampoline Parks and Art Gallery.
- From Kitty Hollow Park to Oyster Creek Trail System, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Missouri City and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Houston, Katy, Sugar Land and Pasadena.
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The Houston Museum of Natural Science focuses on scientific discovery for visitors of all ages. Guests can enjoy the dig pit, salt water aquarium, the science of space, and a digital dome theatre.
The official home field of the Sugar Land Skeeters minor league baseball team is Constellation Field. The stadium is a general open air ball park with measurements fitting with the requirements of minor league baseball.
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The Houston Museum of Natural Science is a museum focused on providing education and entertainment to its guests through a variety of exhibits. The museum is also home to a planetarium, butterfly center, and gift shop.
A six-acre canine recreation and exercise facility, Pawm Springs Dog Park provides enclosed, grassy fields with a separate area for smaller dogs. The park features a pavilion as well as a pond with tropical landscaping and water spray feature.
Sugar Land Memorial Park is a 420 acre riverside park. Visitors to the park can find jogging and mountain bike trails, a playground, a dog park, picnic pavilions, and large open spaces for sports and other activities.
The Water Wall is a multi-story sculpture based fountain that is held within the Gerald D. Hines Water Wall Park. Standing close to the large scale waterfall near the Galleria offers a cool and refreshing spray during hot summer days.
Opening on November 16, 1970, is the largest mall in Texas, and the eighth largest mall in the United States. The mall has three attached office complexes, two hotels, and 400 stores and restaurants in its three million square feet.