Brookshire in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Nature & Parks. Discover best things to do in Brookshire with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Brookshire
4.5 based on 195 reviews
Known as the "park for all children."
This park has lots of features. Though it helps to be a Harris County resident to use many of them. Kids playground. Fishing pond. Koi pond. Miniature golf. 1 mile outside trail. Swimming pool with activities. Yoga and Zumba classes. Plenty of exercise machines. Ball fields. Locker rooms. Benches. Etc. My daughter and I would often feed the ducks and fish. Vultures seem to be a bit too tame.
4 based on 39 reviews
My husband and I stopped by Stephen F. Austin State Park for an afternoon visit. The Brazos River recently flooded and most of the trails were closed on our visit. The trails we hiked were nice. The RV and tent campgrounds were nice as well. The shower house in the tent campground was extra nice and clean. I did not visit the shower house in the RV area. All of the RV sites had full hookups and were pull thrus. The park is about 4 miles north of I-10. This is certainly a park we will to return to with my RV and stay longer.
5 based on 14 reviews
What a wonderful place to see 50's and 70's automotive lore centered around MOPAR - mostly Dodge and Plymouth. Just the entire building is unique with signs, cars, soda fountain, motorcycles (4 only). This place caters for parties. We did not attend for that, just a senior citizen trip. Note that you need to call to visit to make sure it is available that day. Might be reserved for a private party. Also, children under 12 not allowed. Access to the 'stuff' is up close, so they are afraid of damage. Only around for 3 1/2 years, so very new. On beautiful land, little hard to find.
4 based on 17 reviews
Blessington Farms is a fun, family, U-Pick strawberry Farm with an amazing Farm Funland experience that includes interaction with goats, camels, chickens and many more Farm animals. You will experience good old fashioned fun while riding hay rides, giant slides, barrel train rides or while trying out our Rope Maze, Jump Pad or take a walk through our Aviary and feed the Quaker Parrots. Come enjoy a great day at the Farm!. .
Blessington Farms is a great place for a fall play day. Much more than just a place to pick out pumpkins. We took our entire family including our 4 grandchildren. All had a wonderful, fun-filled day. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. There is so much for the children to do. Also, a great place to take a picnic lunch and just let the kids enjoy. Lots of picnic tables.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Winery & fine dining restaurant on 50 acre country estate with air conditioned indoor and outdoor seating. Children and pet friendly. Handicap accessible. All major credit cards accepted. Wine Tastings. Lunch, dinner and Sunday Brunch. Open Thursday-Sunday.
We came to YBR with a group. Luckily we came really early and were able to hear the wonderful Gerry playing piano and violin Worth the drive just to hear him. Once the kitchen opens there is no more live music so plan on coming before 6pm if you want to hear it. The crab cakes are fantastic. Salmon entree was good but a but pricey. Their Chardonnay and Cabernet are wonderful and many in our party loved the peach wine as well.Will definitely come back.
3.5 based on 94 reviews
Old and young, this place will not disappoint! Well, it certainly won't disappoint those who enjoy fall festivities such as hay rides, corn mazes, and pumpkin patches. This place has it all! They have pony rides, farm animals, rides for young children, and plenty of food stands. I went with my parents, husband, sister and nephew. We all enjoyed visiting with the farm animals, taking pictures, running through the corn maze, eating, and watching my nephew get on rides. We especially loved going through the new pumpkin alley where it's dark all day and you can peruse the hundreds of pumpkins that have been intricately carved to display every kind of cartoon character imaginable along with historical figures (presidents) and famous actors and singers. This was an extra cost of $3 to the wrist band entrance fee.
The only downfall to this event is the long lines to get in. My husband bought tickets online and the line to get these tickets once at the location was about 15-20 minutes long. The other line for those who did not purchase tickets ahead of time was twice as long! So do yourself a favor and buy those tickets ahead of time!
Last, do t forget to take your camera! There are plenty of photo ops throughout this event! Have fun! :)
4 based on 321 reviews
Katy Mills, a climate controlled indoor shopping mall is home to over 175 stores featuring a high-fashion line-up which includes Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Kenneth Cole, Cole Haan, XXI Forever and many more. In addition to the top fashion names, Katy Mills also includes many exciting dining options from a sit down restaurant such as Rainforest Cafe to grab and go eateries Great Wraps and Charley's Grilled Subs. Make it dinner and a movie at the AMC20 theaters or enjoy one of the several family entertainment venues throughout the mall. Katy Mills is located at the intersection of I-10 West and Pin Oak Road approximately 25 miles West of downtown Houston and conveniently located near the Houston Energy corridor. Also, while visiting the Houston/Katy area, you have even more choices in stores at our sister malls Galleria Houston and Houston Premium Outlets. The entire Katy Mills team looks forward to seeing you soon. Happy Shopping!
Shops for all, fun for everyone! With cornerstone stores including Bass Pro Shop, Movie Theatres, and Tilt Arcade, this megamall has plenty of room for a comfortable exercise walk. Only room needed for improvement is the Food Court. Other than that, Happy shopping!
3.5 based on 7 reviews
In 1823, Stephen F. Austin established San Felipe de Austin as the capital for his colonization efforts. From 1824 to 1836, this was the social, economic, and political center of the Anglo colonies in Texas. It served as the capital of the provisional government of Texas. Citizens burned the town in 1836 during the "Runaway Scrape" retreat from Mexican Gen. Santa Anna's army. Today, the site shares these compelling stories of Texas' colonial era.
We bicycled from nearby Austin State Park to the historical site. Seveal monuments and markers, and some old buildings. One building houses a small but informative historical museum about the first Texans. Rich history. Worth the time to stop off of I-10 if you are interested in Texas history. Free, donations accepted.
3.5 based on 12 reviews
Probably my favorite course in Houston area. Choice of 3 9s...Parkland was my favorite, but they were all really fun. Not overly crowded, great pace of play. Can't wait to return.
5 based on 3 reviews
We love the Brookwood community. It enables young adults with special needs to work and interact with the community. They offer amazing food in the cafe and the gift and garden center sells beautiful plants and quality gifts. It’s a warm and inviting environment and the purchases generate funds that help the wonderful people who work there. They have a nice greenhouse with lovely plants and beautiful pottery. It’s a joy to shop there.
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