Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion is an outdoor amphitheater dedicated to providing a rich assortment of performance entertainment. Programs at the Pavilion include classical performances by the Houston Ballet and the Houston Grand Opera, as well as world renowned recording artists such as Aerosmith, Santana, and Tim McGraw.
Market Street is a Main Street-styled shopping and entertainment destination that allows shoppers to stroll in an outdoor environment reminiscent of the town centers of yesteryear. Music; eye-catching art and a cozy Central Park with pop fountains and a live performance stage form a welcoming gathering spot for events and entertainment.
The Woodlands Children’s Museum
The Woodlands Children's Museum creates opportunities that educate, empower and excite children and their families through play while inspiring a life long sense of wonder.
The Woodlands Mall
When it comes to upscale shopping, The Woodlands Mall has it all. With more than a million square feet teeming with the latest fashions, The Woodlands Mall offers you favorite retailers, including Anthropologie, Banana Republic, Bebe, Black House/White Market, and more. In the Courtyard Shops, you'll find home furnishings stores such as Pottery Barn, and Williams-Sonoma to help you discover your own personal sense of home.
Town Green Park
Located along the banks of The Woodlands Waterway®, between The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion and the South Montgomery County Library, Town Green Park is the downtown central park of The Woodlands. The four-acre green space features a main lawn nearly two football fields long, an entertainment stage area with natural seating, a children’s literary labyrinth with life-size Aesop fables, and a children’s amphitheater perfect for group outings.
The Woodlands Waterway Taxi
Six Waterway Cruisers travel along The Woodlands Waterway providing the perfect way to explore all the amenities the Waterway has to offer. Along both sides of the corridor are businesses, restaurants, office buildings, hotels and urban residential. The east end of the corridor is anchored by the Woodlands Mall and the west end is anchored by the Marriott Hotel and Convention Center and the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. You can board the water taxis at the designated stops every 45 to 60 minutes. The Waterway Cruisers are wheelchair accessible.
The Woodlands Waterway Trolley
Riva Row Boat House
The Riva Row Boat House offers kayaks for use on The Woodlands Waterway and Lake Woodlands. Single and tandem kayaks, paddles, and life jackets provided by Orvis. Facility features drink concessions and lockers.
Bowling, billiards, laser tag, arcade, café, full service bar.
Clean, wholesome fun family atmosphere for roller skating. First Thursday of every month is Christian Music night with KSBJ.
Incredible Pizza Company
Huge all-you-can eat buffet with four themed dining areas, hundreds of fairground games, laser tag, special play area for toddlers, race cars, miniature golf, bumper cars, and bowling.
Shankz Black Light Miniature Golf
This indoor glow-in-the-dark 18 hole golf course is a challenge and adventure like no other, from diving underwater with sharks, dolphins, sea turtles & mermaids along with interacting with dinosaurs to a walk through the jungle, you've never played a round of golf like this. It is truly an out of this world experience!
Pump It Up
Gigantic indoor arenas are filled with bounce houses, slides, and other enormous inflatables. Open play times throughout the week.
Get ready for wet fun less than half an hour from downtown. With rides called Tornado, Zoom Flumes and Wild Wave Pool, who wouldn’t have fun? Restaurants, shops and rides for all ages. 21300 I-45 North, Spring, (281) 355-3300.
Old Town Spring
Provides one of the most exciting shopping and dining experiences in Texas. This beautifully restored turn-of-the-century railroad town contains more than 150 specialty shops, galleries and restaurants. Each takes you back to the charm, warmth and ambiance of down-home memories and fun. Nestled among towering sycamore and pecan trees, the town is justly proud of its reputation as one of the most popular shopping destinations in Texas.
Located along Cypress Creek in Humble, TX, showcasing 300 acres of East Texas Piney Woods and the region’s largest collection of native and cultivated plants. A living museum, it is also home to a wealth of animal life. Beautifully maintained botanic gardens, extensive walking trail system, a Remembrance Walk for memorials and honorariums, ponds, a visitors’ center, courtyard plaza, two playgrounds, picnic area nestled in a woodland setting with 58 picnic tables, two barbecue pavilions, hickory bog, boardwalk, cypress swamp, maple collection and several miles of walking trails that wind through beautifully preserved woodlands.
America's fourth largest city and home to one of the largest ports in the world, Houston beckons you with many compelling options from fine cultural experiences to professional sports arenas. The arts scene in Houston is world class. The museum district's 16 institutions boast some of the finest facilities and collections anywhere - showcasing both historical fine art and contemporary art. The performing arts scene is equally well represented with internationally renowned symphony orchestra, opera, ballet and theater companies. If professional sports appeal to you, Houston boasts pro teams in every major sport and a trip to Reliant Center, Minute Maid Park or the Toyota Center will be a "fan"tastic experience. Whatever your preferences may be in dining or entertainment, Houston has something that will appeal to you and make you want to return again and again.