Houston Museum of Natural Science
2009 saw the opening of the Houston Museum of Natural Science in Sugar Land. The structure was formerly a component of the Central State Prison Farm.
After Joseph S. and Lucie H. Cullinan, a park was named Cullinan. It extends approximately 750 acres and includes Oyster Creek, White Lake, and Pumpkin Lake.
Children's Discovery Center
Children's learning and developmental needs in and around the Sugar Land neighborhood are the main focus of the Children's Discovery Center.
Constellation Field is a baseball stadium with 7,500 seats that first hosted games in 2012. The Sugar Land Skeeters, a professional baseball club, call it home.
Smart Financial Center
A recently constructed indoor performance space and music auditorium is called the Smart Financial Centre. It is located 22 miles from Houston's downtown.
Sugar Land Town Square
A 1.4 million square foot urban-style shopping Centre can be found in Sugar Land Town Square, which is built on 32 acres of land.
St. Theresa Catholic Church
The St. Theresa Catholic Church was built in 1927, and a rectory was later added to the church's expansion in 1940.
Sugar Land Heritage Foundation
The Sugar Land Heritage Foundation preserves historical items and documents the history of the city via writing, photography, and written records.
Oyster Creek Park
In addition to having lovely walks and a variety of seating areas, Oyster Creek Park is also quite attractive. The park's main attraction is the water fountain there.
Farmers Market at Imperial Sugar Land
You may get some tasty meals, fruits, and practical things at the Sugar Land Farmers Market. The local farmer's crops are offered here at competitive prices.
Aerodrome Ice Skating Complex
The Aerodrome provides families a fun time on the ice with 1000 skates available for hire. Everyone can skate to a montage of fantastic songs, day or night.