45 miles from downtown Houston.
Bring walking shoes, binoculars and camera.
37 miles of trails, some of which are wheelchair-friendly.
Alligatorsare common in some areas of the park.View Site
This state historic site is home to the San Jacinto Monument.
The USS Texas Battleship.
Green space to explore.
Historical markers and informative plaques.View Site
Frolic’s Castle is FREE a medieval-themed play area inside Memorial City Mall in the Sears Wing.
Three-level play area designed to look like a castle with drawbridge and catapult.
Puffy’s Playground features soft play objects for kids under 32 inches tall.
303 Memorial City Way
Giggles and Fun is a large play space with themed play areas including a grocery store and a barn with toy ponies.
Climbable structures with slides, tunnels, push toys, and ride-on toys.
Socks are required.
Open play is 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Mon.-Fri.
20117 Park Row
Located in Sugarland.
iPlay is a 2,000-square-foot indoor playground with a café.
15415 Southwest Fwy, Sugar Land
Obstacle course, bounce houses, slides, an air hockey table, a foosball table, and a batting area with plastic balls.
21155 State Highway 249
FREE play area in the Houston Galleria for children 42 inches and smaller located on the second floor.
2,000-square-foot play space.
Made of soft foam with slides and lots of climbing structures.
5061 Westheimer Road
indoor play space for kids age 5 and under.
FREE and open to the public.
Looks like a busy main street with doors to shops and a green space with benches
A climbing structure with a train on it
1230 Main St
Majestkids Playland specializes in playtime for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers
Indoor play structures and activities that encourage motor development and social skills.
14031 Southwest Fwy, Ste. 620
indoor play space for kids 8 and under
hree-story playscapes with climbing structures, jumping pillows, a toddler-sized ball pit, and giant slides.
Socks are required
767 N. Shepherd Drive, Ste. 400
The George Observatory is open Saturdays year-round and is open during the week for group/field trip reservations only.
The best nights to come out are when the sky is clear.
You can purchase tickets anytime after the doors open at 3:00pm. However, we recommend that you wait till around 5:00 p.m. to make a decision on the weather conditions.
There are hiking trails and playgrounds for the children.
You may want to bring a picnic or bikes.View Site
Golf courses and tennis facilities as well as the usual water amenities like marinas and boat launching
Lake Conroe is on the west fork of the San Jacinto River.View Site
Joggers love following the 2-mile Marvin Taylor Trail around the golf course under the shade of the Park's historic live oaks
Japanese Garden for a very Zen experience.
Walk around the Jones Reflection Pool and McGovern Lake
Explore the McGovern Centennial Garden’s vast array of artworks to discover beautiful sculptures, honorable monuments, and meaningful connections to history.View Site
MG 3D Theater
4D Special FX Theater
Colonel Paddlewheel Boat
Ropes Course & Zip LineView Site
Fort ApacheView Site
Visitors can explore nature by walking on trails (totaling 5 miles) free of charge
The mission of the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center is to provide education about the natural environment to people of all agesView Site
The largest urban wilderness preserve in the U.S.
2500 acres of the natural wetlands forest, prairie and marsh habitats once abundant in the Houston and Galveston area.
Home to over 370 species of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians.
Hiking trails, exhibits, field trips, Scout programs, birding, a historic farm and fun for all.View Site
Opportunities for all to play and engage in discovery within a safe and nurturing environment
Celebrate cultural and global differences through educational programs, calendar festivities and exhibits
Reach out to the community to ensure that all people feel welcome wherever the museum is represented.View Site
The Houston Fire Museum, a non-profit organization established in 1980, preserves the heritage of firefighting services in Houston
The Museum has been completely renovated and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.View Site
Between airline traffic, business aviation and frequent fixed wing and rotary wing general aviation traffic, the Museum has an air show every day.
Free admission for Museum Members, active duty members of the military, law enforcement and fire fighters.View Site
Introduce children to the magic of art and literature in an intimate, house-museum setting.
Storytime Tours are a fun and interactive activity featuring stories related to themes highlighted in the Rienzi CollectionView Site
Youth Naturalist Workshop
Fall Day Camps
Meet the Animals
Outdoor Leader Camp
Nature Story TimeView Site
Open jump, ultimate dodgeball, a foam zone, and sky slam
Pricing starts at $10 for a 30-minute jump session
10207 S. Sam Houston Parkway W., Ste. 100
605 Spring Hill DriveView Site
Foam pit, slackline, ninja course,and slamball
8270 Willow Place Drive N., Ste. 100View Site
inflatable slide, a foam pit, a mechanical bull
14147 Hwy. 290
2222 Spencer Highway
100 Gulf Freeway NView Site
39,000-square-foot trampoline park
Batting cages, dodgeball tournaments, basketball goals at varying heights
Children's section for kids ages 5 and under.
14409 Park Hollow Drive, Unit BView Site
Obstacle courses, dodgeball courses, and Urban Warrior Course
Separate zone for kids ages 7
19304 Hwy. 59 N.
20502 Hempstead Road, Ste. 110
9848 Hwy. 90
20100 Holzwarth Road, Ste.View Site
Performance wall, rock wall,foam pit, basketball, and dodgeball.
24952 Katy Ranch RoadView Site
Massive trampolines, an indoor zip line, dodgeball and basketball, a foam zone, children's maze, water zone, and ropes course.
7955 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 100View Site
Private institution dedicated to contemporary art.
Goal is to encourage the public’s awareness of the cultural, political, economic and personal dimensions of art.View Site
An old school drive in theaterView Site
Space Center Houston offers a rich array of education programming for teachers and students, providing extraordinary learning opportunities.
Inspiring young people to choose careers in STEM is one of the outcomes of our program.
Education programs are based on data-supported evidence of effective learning and teaching methods.View Site