- TripBuzz found 74 things to do with kids in or near Magnolia, Texas, including 65 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Spring, Conroe, Tomball and Cypress.
- From SCC Farm to Lone Star Saddlebreds, the Magnolia area offers 60 different types of family activities, including: Horseback Riding, Farms & Ranches, Parks and Recreation Centers.
- Mongolia, located in Montgomery County, Texas is home to less than 1,500 residents in an area of about one square mile. The city itself lies in the eastern region of the state, outside of Houston. A neighbor to the Woodlands, Mongolia is heavily forested and provides a mild, outdoor adventure for all visitors.
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3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan, TX 77802 MoreLess Info
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History is an entertaining and educational experience for all. The museum, though modest in size, features an array of exhibits preserving and promoting the culture of the areas past history of wildlife and plantlife.
At City of Bryan Aquatic Center, visitors can join summer lap and public swimming sessions in a heated pool. The pool has three areas: a deep area with a diving board, a lap area, and a water slide zone.
Featuring two houses, the Pasadena Historical Museum includes the 1908 Pomeroy House and the 1905 Strawberry House which are early, local farmhouses. The museum features artifacts, antiques and memorabilia from the period.
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7746 Highway 6, Ste D, Missouri City, TX 77459 MoreLess Info
At Athletic & Performing Arts Center, visitors can enroll their children in dance and gymnastics classes where they can learn flexibility and agility. The gymnastics facility has pads, beams, and bars for children to practice with.
The Peter C. Fogo Recreational Center is a family-friendly center that offers both indoor and outdoor amenities. The center features a swimming pool, nine lush acres of parkland, a computer lab and an indoor game area.
At Heritage Park, visitors can stroll along a walking path or enjoy a picnic at the picnic tables. The park has several historic features, including a gazebo, bench replicas from a local high school, and a Memoire sculpture.