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South Library - Preschool Storytime
Tue Jan 23 @10:00AM - 11:00AM
Mitchell Library - Family Storytime
Tue Jan 23 @10:00AM - 11:30AM
Tomball Library - Toddler Time
Tue Jan 23 @10:30AM - 11:30AM
Mitchell Library - School Age Storytime
Tue Jan 23 @01:30PM -
Kids Night at Chick-fil-A Market at Springwoods Village
Tue Jan 23 @06:00PM - 08:00PM
Field Trips - History

Battleship Texas State Historic Site

Visit San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site to see the battleground, San Jacinto Monument, and Battleship Texas. All three have significant roles in both American and Texas history.  


Buffalo Soldiers National Museum

Visit the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum to view artifacts and learn about the contribution of African American soldiers to our nation’s history.


Czech Cultural Center Museum Houston

CCMH celebrates and promotes the cultural heritage of the Slavic ethnic group. The museum features artifacts, paintings, and folk art samples. Visitors may tour CCMH from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday.


George Ranch Historical Park

Walk through four historical family homes with a presenter dressed in period clothing. See demonstrations of daily life in each time period. Watch cowboys work the cattle in pens. Homeschool programs are offered.


Heritage Museum of Montgomery County, TX

The Heritage Museum chronicles the history of Montgomery County. Its three galleries include a timeline of the area’s history, an interactive Children’s Room, and a replica of the office of the first Secretary of State to the Republic of Texas and local resident, Dr. C.B. Stewart.   


Holocaust Museum Houston

The Holocaust Museum features permanent and traveling exhibitions and provides community programs and educator resources on the Holocaust. Tours are best for sixth grade and up. 


Houston Fire Museum

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Houston Fire Museum displays historical artifacts that show the evolution of firefighting in the city of Houston. Guided tours are available.


Houston Maritime Museum

The Houston Maritime Museum features ship models, navigational models, and maritime artifacts. Walk through the Texas Navy exhibit and learn about its history. Guided tours are available upon request.


Houston Police Museum

Located in the Houston Police Department’s Headquarters, the museum displays artifacts and memorabilia, celebrating the different branches of the police force and its history. 


Houston Railroad Museum

Visit the Houston Railroad Museum to see locomotives, cabooses, freight cars, and passenger cars. This interactive museum also includes a variety of artifacts. The museum is open on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. from April to November.


Liendo Plantation

Liendo Planation has been lovingly restored and decorated with historically accurate furnishings, décor, and artifacts Tour the home and the grounds on the first Saturday of most months. 


Lone Star Flight Museum

Get up close and personal with historically significant aircraft and artifacts that tell the story of the history of flight. Also, tour the Texas Aviator Hall of Fame. Guided tours are available. 


Museum of Printing History

The museum documents printing history from Mesopatamian clay tablets, to a replica of the Gutenberg Press, and beyond. Self-guided tours are free to the public. However, to really receive a hands-on understanding, try a guided tour for a small fee.


Old Town Spring

Located next to rail yards built by the Great Northern Railroad in the early 1900’s, a walk in Old Town Spring gives a glimpse at life from a by-gone era. This charming historic area includes art galleries, shops, and museums. 


Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site

With great significance to the history of Texas, Washington-on-the-Brazos is the site of the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico on March 2, 1836. Visitors can tour Independence Hall, visit the Barrington Living History Farm, and see the interactive exhibits in the Visitor’s Center Complex and Star of the Republic Museum.


West Bay Common School Children’s Museum
The West Bay Common Children’s Museum is a living history museum in League City’s historic district. The property includes the Schoolhouse Museum, Barn Museum, and Icehouse-Barbershop. Scheduling a group tour is highly recommended to receive the full benefit of the living history lessons. your social media marketing partner
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