Originally inaugurated as the Pasadena Memorial Stadium in 1965, this stadium was renamed the Pasadena ISD's Veterans' Stadium in 2006, in an endeavor to honor war veterans. The stadium also includes Newcomb Field, a football field dedicated to retired coach Bill Newcomb, which hosts varsity games in the winter. This 16,800-capacity stadium is used largely for high school games.
11759 Creek View Lane Conroe, TX 77385 +1 713 487 5231
For the followers of alternative and underground music in Conroe, no other venues match up to the performances held at The Skramansion. This live music hangout attracts a number of indie rock and pop bands who love to entertain the crowd in a old-fashioned mansion-like setup. In the past, the venue has hosted bands like Slingshot Dakota, Two Knights, Sleep Bellum Sonno and Innards. So call ahead or visit their Facebook page to know more.
111 West Main Street Downtown Tomball, TX 77375 +1 281 290 0431
Nestled in the downtown area of Tomball, the Main Street Crossing is a lovely entertainment venue. With a capacity of 120 guests, this compact but modern venue hosts variety of events throughout the year. The live music concerts featuring renowned artists/bands are well-attended. And, while enjoying the entertaining gigs, you can choose from the variety of short eats and beers on offer. Barring the show days, Main Street Crossing is available for meetings, workshops, luncheons, private gatherings and similar other private events. Call ahead for venue hire and bookings.
4033 State Highway 6 South Sugar Land, TX 77479 +1 281 275 2825(City Park Council)/+1 281 275 2891(City Park Council)/+1 281 275 2885(City Park Council)
The little patch of green that is the Oyster Creek Park is located in the southeastern part of the city of Sugar Land. A quintessential recreational space, the park features excellent facilities like an amphitheater, picnic tables, water fountain, grills, and a rose garden. The amphitheater in the park is a prominent stage in the Parks and Recreation Department's activities and events, being the venue for the department's Concert Series and Red, White & Blue Fest. Do call to know more.
5610 Demel Street Wallis, TX 77485 +1 979 478 6532
The Church of the Guardian Angel is a stunning little church which was built in 1913. Constructed is the Gothic Revival style, it is one of the oldest wooden buildings prevailing in Texas. The exteriors as well as the interiors of the church are mesmerizing. Three bell brass bells hang beautifully at the tower while the stained glass on the interiors add to the soothing ambiance. Regular services, ceremonies and religious practices are held at the church.
100 East Cedar Street Angleton, TX 77515 +1 979 864 1208
The Brazoria County Historical Museum is located in downtown Angleton. This museum is where you will find a treasure of documents, publications, photographs, and a lot more on the history of the Brazoria County. See website for more information.
400 College Boulevard Clute, TX 77531 +1 979 265 7661
Located near the Brazosport College, the Brazosport Center for the Arts and Sciences offers a passel of cultural and educational activities for the whole community. Do see the website for more information.
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