- Our list of the best things to do in Tomball, Texas, features the top 143 nearby activities — including 37 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Tomball, TX has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Sports & Fitness, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 16 things to do within the city of Tomball, TX , followed by 127 popular activities in nearby cities, including Spring, Conroe, Cypress, Humble, Katy, Magnolia, The Woodlands, Houston and Kingwood
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.
Santa's Wonderland is a Christmas-themed amusement park that features hayrides, horse and carriage tours, and millions of holiday lights. They have holiday foods, gift shops, live music, campfires, a mechanical bull and a petting zoo.
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At AA Gymnastics & Dance Training Center, visitors can register their children for a variety of gymnastics classes. During these classes, children can develop skills that can improve their flexibility.
The biggest public baseball complex in Pasadena is the Kipper Mease Sports Complex. Covering nearly 300 acres, the complex has multiple ball fields and a facilities pavilion with restrooms and a snack bar.
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.
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.