Top 6 Things to do in League City, Texas

League City is a city in the U.S. state of Texas, within the Greater Houston metropolitan area. The city is located in Galveston county. As of the 2010 census, League City's population was 83,560, up from 45,444 at the 2000 census. The city has a small portion north of Clear Creek within Harris County zoned for residential and commercial uses.

1. Helen's Garden

701 E Main Street, League City, TX 77573 Nature & Parks, Gardens
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4.5 based on 37 reviews

Helen's Garden

Reviewed By JayC103 - Bellville, TexasBellville, Texas

Beautiful garden

This beautiful garden that was donated by my wife's old employer, Mr. Walter Hall, is a great memory of him and his philanthropic ways. He loved the city of League City and this is a wonderful memorial to him and his wife Helen.

2. Walter Hall Park

807 Highway 3 N, League City, TX 77573-2215 Nature & Parks, Fun & Games, Bodies of Water, Playgrounds, Nature & Wildlife Areas More
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4.5 based on 33 reviews

Walter Hall Park

Reviewed By Minranda R - Houston, TexasHouston, Texas

Family Reunion

We hold our annual Family Reunion there. Having been using that facility for some time. The children seem to love it. Pavilion is spacious.

3. Butler Longhorn Museum

1220 Coryell St, League City, TX 77573-2518 Museums, Shopping, History Museums, Children's Museums, Art Galleries More
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4.5 based on 19 reviews

Butler Longhorn Museum

Reviewed By Christine M - New ZealandNew Zealand

Amazing Longhorns

This museum was a fabulous find. We had a guided tour which covered the history of the Longhorn cattle in America from the 1800's to the present day.The horns donated to the museum are absolutely spectacular.There is alot of local art works on display for

4. Dr. Ned & Fay Dudney Nature Center

1220 Egret Bay Blvd N, League City, TX 77573 Outdoor Activities, Nature & Parks, Hiking Trails, Biking Trails, Nature & Wildlife Areas More
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4 based on 10 reviews

Reviewed By LCMAN61 - Houston, TexasHouston, Texas

Free City Nature Park with Pavillion

I visited the park which is quite nice. There are three birdwatching areas that overlook Clear Creek. There is a concrete path and wooden boardwalks with lots of trees. The complete trail is about 1.5 miles long and much of it is wheelchair accessible. Th

5. Countryside Park

100 Alderwood, League City, TX 77573 Nature & Parks
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4 based on 11 reviews

Countryside Park

Reviewed By Cheri R - League City, TexasLeague City, Texas

Nice city park

For a visitor this is a nice place to have a picnic, let kids play on the playground, and take a nice nature walk. There is a basketball court, baseball and soccer fields too. Very nice walking trail. But it's not "an attraction". It's a city park.

6. West Bay Common School Museum

210 N Kansas Ave, League City, TX 77573-2466 Museums, Children's Museums, History Museums, Specialty Museums More
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

West Bay Common School Museum

Reviewed By Linda M - League City, TexasLeague City, Texas

Historic and Education Treasure

Located in League City's historic area, the West Bay Common School Museum hosts field trips by schools, senior citizens, home schoolers, antique car enthusiasts, and anyone interested in experiencing living history. There is an authentic one-room school h

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