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Attractions

The sights and sounds of Sugar Land are all around, and our personality is reflected in our attractions. There is
something to peak everyone's interests; from dinosaur finds to enjoying America's favorite pastime, Sugar Land
has it all.

   

Constellation Field
 
  Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center
 
1 Stadium Drive, 77498
281.240.HITS (4487) │ sugarlandskeeters.com
 
Constellation Field is home to the 2016 Atlantic League Champions, the Sugar Land Skeeters. It also hosts concerts, festivals and other events throughout the year.
 
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  198 Kempner St., 77498
832.742.2800 │ childrensdiscoveryfb.org
 
Located at the historical Imperial Sugar refinery site, children up to 12 years old can ignite their imaginations with six hands-on, minds-on exhibits!
 
 
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Greatwood Golf Club
 
  Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land
 
6767 Greatwood Parkway, 77479
281.343.9999 │ greatwoodgolf.com
 
Sugar Land’s Greatwood Golf Club features an 18-hole golf course designed by Carlton Gipson, a full-service restaurant and spacious guest accommodations for tournaments.
 
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  13016 University Blvd., 77479
281.313.2277 │ hmns.org/hmns-at-sugar-land

Come face-to-face with Devil Rex, and explore the natural world through exhibits and programs, including a dinosaur pit, microscope lab and so much more!
 

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Inspiration Stage
 
  Serenitea Tea Room
 
226 Lakeview Drive, 77498
713.302.5329 │ inspirationstage.com
 
Enjoy musicals and theatrical performances at the Sugar Land Auditorium. This local performing arts studio and theatre is dedicated to empowering and encouraging young talent with showcasing performances like Lion King, Jr., The Wizard of Oz and Hairspray.
 
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  13889 Southwest Freeway, 77478
281.491.4588 │ sereniteatearoom.com
 
Enjoy afternoon tea and more in an elegant and relaxed setting that is one of Southern Living magazine’s Top Ten Tearooms in Texas.
 
 
 
 
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Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land

                        
  Sugar Land Art Center & Gallery
 
 
18111 Lexington Blvd., 77479
281.207.6278 │ smartfinancialcentre.net
 
This new indoor state-of-the-art live entertainment venue features top national performers, Off-Broadway shows, international artists and so much more!
 
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  104 Industrial Blvd., Suite Q, 77478
281.565.0957 │ sugarlandartcenter.org
 
This local artists’ collective features working artist studios, gallery space and a variety of art classes for both children and adults.
 
 
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Sugar Land Auditorium

 
  Sugar Land Heritage Foundation Museum
(Re-Opening Mid-2017)
 
226 Lakeview Drive, 77498
281.313.0752 │ slcaf.org
 
This beautifully restored auditorium was built in 1918 by Imperial Sugar and is the oldest public building in Sugar Land. Today it hosts meetings and performing arts events.
 
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  198 Kempner St., 77498
281.494.0261 │ slheritage.org
 
View historical artifacts that trace the evolution of Sugar Land from its early days as a sugarcane plantation to one of Texas’ fastest-growing cities.
 
 
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Sugar Land Ice & Sports Center
 
  Sugar Land Town Square
 
16225 Lexington Blvd., 77479
281.265.7465 │ sugarlandice.com
 
The only dual ice rink and event facility in the Gulf Coast offers public skating and lessons to visitors year-round.
 
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  2711 Plaza Drive, 77479
281.276.6000 │ sugarlandtownsquare.com
 
Town Square offers international dining choices, lively events and specialty shopping that includes Sur La Table, Z Gallerie and Ann Taylor Loft.
 
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Sugar Land has something for everyone from family friendly museums to unique eateries to lush green spaces. Here are a few ideas to help maximize your stay with us.

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Brazos River Park (Opening 2017)
18427 Southwest Fwy, 77479
TBD │ TBD │ MAP

Brazos River Park will have multiple access points developed along the river. The park will provide access to trails, play areas and the river , as well as providing restrooms and picnic facilities.

City Park 
225 Seventh St., 77478
Every Day │ Sunrise to 10 PM │ MAP

Park facilities include a pool, five lighted baseball fields, a lighted and covered skate park, benches and bike racks, four lighted tennis courts, a playground, batting cages, drinking fountain, grills, benches, picnic tables, restrooms, a sand volleyball area, horseshoe pits, covered picnic shelter, concession stands and meeting room. The pool is 25 yards long, ranges 3-12 feet in depth and has two 1-meter diving boards.

Cullinan Park
12414 Highway 6 South, 77478
Every Day │ Sunrise to Sunset │ MAP

Joseph S. and Lucie H. Cullinan Park at Oyster Creek, consists of 750 acres in Sugar Land, Fort Bend County on Hwy 6, just north of Hwy 90A. Cullinan Park boasts frontage on Oyster Creek and Red Gully, as well as encompassing White Lake and Pumpkin Lake, in addition to extensive prairie and woodland acreage. It is well known as a place to enjoy birding, fishing, hiking, picnicking and other outdoor activities.
 
Cullinan Park is listed in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s state-wide birding trail as part of the Katy Prairie Loop. 

Duhacsek Park
17034 Old Richmond Road, 77498
By Reservation Only │ By Reservation Only │ MAP

This 50-acre park site was donated to the city by the late Walter and Virginia Duhacsek.

This homestead is filled with huge hand-grafted pecan trees. It holds the third largest pecan tree in Texas. This facility is available for reservations for groups up to 40 people. Located at the intersection of Voss Road and Old Richmond Road. The facility consists of 60 parking spaces, a large pavilion with picnic tables and two restrooms.

Eldridge Park
2511 Eldridge Road, 77478
Every Day │ Sunrise to 10 PM │ MAP

This 43-acre community park is located on Eldridge Road near the West Airport intersection. The park facilities include a community meeting room for 65 people, picnic pavilion, restrooms, grills, benches, picnic tables, a 1-mile trail, fishing pier, concession stand, playground, 10 soccer fields, five-acre pond and 500 parking spaces. The pond is stocked with Channel Catfish and Rainbow Trout.

First Colony Park
3232 Austin Parkway, 77479
Every Day │ Sunrise to 10 PM │ MAP

This 22-acre park is the site of 3,000 square foot conference center. This park contains seven lighted and two unlighted baseball fields, several batting cages, two concession stands, a playground, drinking fountains, grills, benches, 368 parking spaces, restrooms, picnic tables and picnic pavilion.

Imperial Park
230 Matlage Way, 77478
Every Day │ Sunrise to 10 PM │ MAP

Located adjacent to the Imperial Park Recreation Center and T.E. Harman Senior Center at the corner of Matlage Way and Guenther, this 44-acre park is home to the Sugar Land Girls Softball Association. The park facilities include parking, nine softball fields, batting cages, a nine-hole disc golf course, playground, picnic area, drinking fountains and restrooms.
 
Disc golf is similar to traditional golf. Instead of a ball and clubs, however, players use a disc, or Frisbee. The nine-hole course located in the southern, undeveloped portion of the park winds through existing trees. Golfers must bring their own discs.

Lost Creek Park
3703 Lost Creek Blvd., 77479
Every Day │ Sunrise to 10 PM │ MAP

This 21-acre park includes seven soccer fields (6 youth – 4 lighted, 1 adult – not lighted, 2 practice fields) for youth and adults, a BMX track, a large play structure for children from 2 to 12, a meeting room which can accommodate 40 people, a covered picnic pavilion with a concession stand, restrooms and parking for over 300 vehicles. The 3-mile Oyster Creek Trail is accessible from Lost Creek Park.

Oyster Creek Park
4033 State Highway 6 South, 77479
Every Day │ Sunrise to 10 PM │ MAP

A 3-mile hike and bike trail is accessible from Lexington Blvd., Dulles Ave., and Highway 6. In addition to the Greenbelt Trail, a water feature with rock lined falls and pond is constructed near the Highway 6 entrance, adjacent to Oyster Creek. Emergency call boxes exist along Oyster Creek Trail. This facility includes: 78 parking spaces, five picnic tables, drinking fountain, grills, benches and the Liberty Garden (rose garden). Restroom facilities are available, as well as a stage/amphitheater covering for special events. The stage area of the park can be reserved for private functions.

Sugar Land Memorial Park
15300 University Blvd., 77479
Every Day │ Sunrise to Sunset │ MAP

The 420-acre park is located along the Brazos River between U.S. Highway 59 and University Blvd. with the park entry at the intersection of Commonwealth and University Blvds. There is a 2.5-miles of 8-foot wide granite gravel walking/jogging/biking trails, 2 picnic pavilions, restroom buildings, parking areas, playground mountain bike trail, and open space for sports activities and a lake. The lake is stocked with Florida Largemouth Bass, Bluegill and Channel Catfish.
 
Pawm Springs Dog Park
 
Dog lovers and owners can also have their 4-legged friends enjoy the Pawm Springs Dog Park. The tropical oasis-themed park is a six-acre retreat that includes large and small-dog areas enclosed by a chain linked fence, a shade pavilion and a resort style pond. Be sure to bring doggie beach towels when planning to relax at a pond that resembles a beach area with loungers, a palm tree water spray feature and beautiful tropical landscaping. All dogs must be leashed when entering and leaving the park. Children under 12 are NOT permitted in the park and no other animals may be brought in the fenced area. No food (dog or human) is allowed in the park.
 
Justin P. Brindley Trail
 
This single track mountain bike trail is unique to the Sugar Land area. Built by Progressive Trail Design, the trail provides exciting challenges for beginner to intermediate riders, with several wooden technical trail features for the more experienced riders.


Regional Attractions

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