- Our list of the best things to do in Deer Park, Texas, features the top 188 nearby activities — including 67 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Deer Park, TX has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sports & Fitness, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 4 things to do within the city of Deer Park, TX , followed by 184 popular activities in nearby cities, including Houston, Pasadena, Friendswood, Humble, Baytown, Kemah, Pearland, League City, La Porte, Alvin, Kingwood, Texas City, Missouri City and Clear Lake
100% 6 votes
2013 Creek Run Drive, Pearland, TX 77584 MoreLess Info
The works features in the Tim Herschbach Fine Art Photography gallery are eye-catching works, primarily shot in black and white. The photographer's focus is to capture landscapes and natural elements from around the world.
75% 4 votes
6960 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX 77355 MoreLess Info
The Golden Retriever Pub- Magnolia, Tx is a bar and grille that serves 25 different draught beers, specialty cocktails, and signature ice balls. The bar features two pool tables, a dartboard, and a lounge area.
The 10-acre Kasmiersky Park is a community park that features a pavilion, public restrooms, an athletic field, a play structure, and picnic tables. The park also has a .5-mile walking trail that can also be used for running.
Situated across 164 acres of land, the Seabourne Creek Nature Park features a wetland area, prairie restoration area, butterfly garden, and paths for walking, jogging, and biking. Guests can also enjoy a four acre lake that is stocked with catfish, bass, and perch.
Built in 1934, the historic Crighton Theatre hosts performances by Stage-Right Productions, Sounds of Texas Music Series, the Christian Youth Theatre, and the Montgomery Performing Arts Society. The Houston Chronicle named the theater the 'Ultimate Venue-Outside the Loop.'
79% 14 votes
1506 I-45 North Feeder, Conroe, TX MoreLess Info
The Heritage Museum of Montgomery County was founded in 1985 and is currently housed in the historic Grogan-Cochran home that was built in 1924. Three permanent galleries that chronicle the extended history of the local area compose the museum.