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Brazos Bend State Park
21901 FM 762
Needville, TX 77461
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Phone: 979-553-5101
Link: Brazos Bend State Park Website


The park’s 5,000 acres offers a wide variety of activities for every age:

  • Biking
  • Birding
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Star-gazing


Fragments of the ancient coastal prairie survive here as do dense bottomland hardwood forests and extensive marshes, making ideal habitats for the American alligator and a rich diversity of other reptiles, amphibians, and mammals.


Park amenities include:

  • 20 miles of hike and bike trails
  • Amphitheater
  • Environmental Education Center
  • Nature Center
CAST Theatrical Company
1909 Avenue G
Rosenberg, TX 77471
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Phone: 281-437-1458
Link: CAST Theatrical Company Website
Located above Vogelsang Antiques in Rosenberg’s Historic Downtown District, the CAST Theatrical Company welcomes 62 guests every Friday and Saturday night to the best in live repertory theater performances.
Challenger Learning Center
21901 FM 762
Needville, TX 77461
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Phone: 713-639-4629
Link: Challenger Learning Center Website
The Challenger Learning Center has an interactive, space flight simulation, learning experience for children! Challenger Center Missions at the George Observatory take advantage of space exploration to fuel the imagination and bring a unique hands-on learning experience to every student.
Fort Bend County Courthouse
1422 Eugene Heimann Circle
Richmond, TX 77469
Link: Fort Bend County Courthouse Website
The original Fort Bend County Courthouse in Richmond, Texas was built in 1908 and restored in 1980. Its historical markers include Deaf Smith, Constantine Buckley and a statue of Mirabeau B. Lamar (second president of the Republic of Texas). It is easy to identify because of the beautiful three-story rotunda and stately columns.
Fort Bend County Fair
4310 Highway 36 S
Rosenberg, TX 77471
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Phone: 281-342-6171
Link: Fort Bend County Fair Website

The first Fort Bend County Fair was held October 6th through the 8th, 1933. Through the years, the Fort Bend County Fair has grown into one of the largest and most successful fairs in the State of Texas.


Youth education has always been a primary focus of fair activities. In recent years, the development of a scholarship program has provided deserving Fort Bend County students with scholarships to Texas colleges and universities. Annually, thirty scholarships are awarded to our high school youth.


This nine day event includes:

  • Barbecue cook-offs
  • A carnival
  • Livestock shows
  • Rodeos
  • Other family entertainment events

Dances and additional entertainment are hel

George Observatory
21901 FM 762
Rosenberg, TX 77461
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Phone: 979-553-5101
Link: George Observatory Website

Located within Brazos Bend State Park, the Observatory consists of three domed telescopes and includes a 36 inch Gueymard Research Telescope, one of the largest telescopes in the nation. A new addition to the Observatory is an 11 inch F15 refracting telescope donated by Preston and Donna Engebretson of Houston, Texas. The 11 inch is mounted on the Gueymard 36 inch (.9 meter) RC Tinsley Reflector.

George Ranch Historical Park
10215 FM 762
Richmond, TX 77469
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Phone: 281-343-0218
Link: George Ranch Historical Park Website

Journey to a place and time where cattle and cotton are king and Texas is a country all its own. Visit the George Ranch Historical Park and discover a treasury of Texas traditions. At the George Ranch Historical Park, you can step back in time to experience more than 100 years of Texas history. Through innovative and interactive programs, you can get your hands “on the past.”

Historic Downtown
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Link: Discover Downtown Facebook Page

Spend the day or the weekend exploring our Historic Downtown District, which offers an eclectic shopping experience in buildings restored to their original grandeur. Visitors browse a collection of gift boutiques, antique shops, gourmet shop, and other establishments offering everything from:

  • Casual dining experiences
  • Clothing
  • Collectibles
  • Fine handmade furniture
  • Fine jewelry
  • Home accessories
  • Rare books

Historic Downtown is also home to a burgeoning arts scene. Please visit the Discover Downtown Facebook Page for more information on our exciting historic downtown.

John M. Moore Home
500 Houston Street
Richmond, TX 77471
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Phone: 281-342-6478

This neo-classical mansion is located behind the Fort Bend County Historical Museum. The furnishings include period fixtures and furniture. John M. Moore, a prominent rancher and former congressman, was the original owner. The Moore family donated the home to the Fort Bend County Historical Museum in 1975. Open  Tuesday through Sunday. Please call for hours.

Long-Smith Cottage
500 Houston Street
Richmond, TX 77469
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Phone: 281-342-6478

Jane Long, known as the “Mother of Texas”, originally owned most of present-day Richmond by way of a land grant. The Long Smith Cottage, built on this land, is now an extension of the Fort Bend Museum. The cottage is furnished with Jane Longs possessions and other period pieces dating from the 1840s to 1860s.


Tuesday through Friday
10 am to 4 pm

Saturday and Sunday
1 to 5 pm

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