- The list below includes 89 free or cheap things to do in or near Sugar Land, Texas, including 70 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Science Museums, Skating Rinks and Playgrounds.
- From Pawm Springs Dog Park to Oyster Creek Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Sugar Land and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Houston, Katy, Missouri City and Pearland.
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19115 David Memorial Drive, Conroe, TX 77385 MoreLess Info
Woodforest National Bank Stadium is an outdoor stadium home to Conroe's local varsity and sub-varsity sports. Various high schools throughout the area compete while the community and visitors enjoy local sportsmanship.
A 14-auditorium movie theater, Brazos Stadium 14 offers first-run feature films using digital projection, RealD 3D and digital surround sound. The theater provides stadium seating, private party hosting and a concession area with food and drinks.
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.
Providing live entertainment, Dirty Bay Beer Co has historic items of the town of Bayton on its walls. In addition to a bar, the venue has a dart board and pool table. The bar serves beer bottles and mixed drinks.
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145 Oyster Creek Dr, Ste 9, Lake Jackson, TX 77566 MoreLess Info
Showcasing artwork like paintings, crafts, and jewelry, Duckie & the Grackle Studio & Gallery features local artists in its gallery. The shop sells special shawls and scarves with art prints on them.
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.
The City of Lake Jackson is a city that includes a planning commission, a traffic commission, a library board, a board of health, and a museum board. The city has community meetings that are held in the Council Chambers.
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249 Circle Way, Lake Jackson, TX 77566 MoreLess Info
The 12,000 square-foot Lake Jackson Historical Museum enriches visitors' understanding of regional history. Through high-tech displays and interactive exhibits, guests can explore the area's prehistoric and plantation eras, industrial development and the city's founding.