Thirty-five miles of multiuse trails, spanning a diverse ecology, offer visitors prime viewing of alligators, white-tailed deer and more than 300 species of birds. Three small lakes and a tree-lined creek offer places to fish. Admission charge. Off F.M. 762 about 50 miles southwest of Houston. ww...
The observatory consists of three domed telescopes and includes a 36-inch Gueymard Research Telescope, one of the largest telescopes in the nation open to the public on a regular basis. It includes a gift shop and interpretive center. The Gueymard Telescope is open on Saturday evenings and is ava...
Home to the Recorded Texas Historic Landmark 1910 Vogelsang Building, Another Time Soda Fountain, Rosenberg's 1881 post office, the Cole Liberty Theater, the Christmas in Rosenberg festival, Rosenberg Rail Fest, and performance and visual arts.
The museum features artifacts, maps, photos, and memorabilia detailing local railroad history. Special exhibits include an HO-gauge working model train, an 1879 business railcar and Tower 17. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wed.-Sat. and 1-5 p.m. Sun. Admission charge. 1921 Avenue F. Next to the busy BNSF a...
This 164-acre nature park offers birding, a boardwalk through the park's wetland, a hike and bike trail, a lake with fishing piers, prairie restoration area and the R.W. Lindsey Gazebo. The park is home to the annual Family 4th Celebration in July and Prairie Heritage Festival in November. Open d...
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