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Tomball, Texas
401 Market St.
Tomball, TX 77375
281.351.5484
www.ci.tomball.tx.us
Tomball, Texas

Attractions in Tomball 

Vast parks with nature trails, a historic train depot, a museum with a collection of 19th-century homes and buildings, and award-winning golf courses are just some of the attractions in or near Tomball. Nestled within a lush forest about 30 miles north of Houston, Tomball is a true destination for all tastes and seasons. Spend an afternoon shopping at clothing and antique stores, then savor something tasty at a restaurant in Downtown Tomball. Hike, fish, or go birdwatching at Burroughs Park; pick berries right off the bush at Matt Family Orchard; or shop for local foods and wares at the Tomball Farmers Market. These are just a few of Tomball’s attractions, of course. Read on to see what else this North Houston town has to offer.


Burroughs Park
Winding trails, a scenic fishing lake, and a lush forest can be found within Burroughs Park in Tomball, a 320-acre nature area located just northeast of the downtown area. In addition to the eight miles of hiking paths, the park has five playgrounds, picnic areas, a dog park, and an observation deck and boardwalk.
9738 Hufsmith Road
Tomball, TX 77375
(281) 353-4196


Gleannloch Pines Golf Club
Gleannloch Pines Golf Club boasts 27 majestic holes with gently sloping greens and towering trees reminiscent of idyllic courses found in Ireland and Scotland. Each hole features four tees and strategically placed sand bunkers that can both accommodate and challenge players of all skill levels.
19393 Champion Forest Drive
Spring, TX 77379
(281) 225-1200


High Meadow Ranch Golf Club
With its lush fairways and immaculate greens set within a dense forest of oak and pine, it’s no wonder High Meadow Ranch Golf Club was ranked the second best public golf course in Houston by The Houston Chronicle. The course is split into three six-hole loops, a unique format that offers the flexibility of playing a quick round if that’s all you have time for. Tee times are available online.
37300 Golf Club Trail
Magnolia, TX 77355
(281) 356-7700


Historic Downtown Tomball
Charming antique and home décor shops, boutique clothing stores, and quaint restaurants and cafes reside in Historic Downtown Tomball. Walk along Main Street and soak up the low key atmosphere, then check out some of the nearby attractions like the Tomball Depot.  
Tomball, TX 77375


Kleb Woods Nature Preserve
Hiking, bird watching, and a bit of local history is there to be experienced at Kleb Woods Nature Preserve. The park was once owned by descendants of Conrad Kleb, a German immigrant who settled the area in the 1840’s. It was a farm until 1933, when then-owner Elmer Kleb let the land go back to nature. The Kleb family’s home, guest home, and 1901-built barn still stand and can be seen during a visit to the preserve.
20303 Draper Road
Tomball, TX 77377
(281) 357-5324


Main Street Crossing
Top-class musicians and delicious American-style food; does it get any better than that? This is exactly what you’ll get at Main Street Crossing, a live music venue located in Historic Downtown Tomball. Along with the tunes and treats, Main Street Crossing boasts an extensive craft beer menu to go along with its compelling wine selection. A calendar of performances is available on the venue’s website.
111 West Main Street
Tomball, TX 77375
(281) 290-0431


Matt Family Orchard
The fruits and berries don’t get any fresher than at Matt Family Orchard. Wander the 40-acre farm and you can pick all the blackberries, blueberries, figs, pears, and pumpkins that you can carry home. Along with all the fruit to pick, you can purchase local honey, preserves, and jams.
21110 Bauer Hockley Road
Tomball, TX 77377
(281) 351-7676


Tomball Depot
Check out a collection of train memorabilia, art, antiques, and a model railroad at Tomball’s railroad depot. The depot has a gazebo that is perfect for picnics, and it hosts some of Tomball’s major annual events such as the Tomball German Heritage Festival and the Honky Tonk Festival.
201 South Elm Street
Tomball, TX 77375
(281) 290-1400


Tomball Farmers Market
Savor a taste of Tomball at the weekly farmers market. Browse the stands and you’ll see (and smell) locally grown fruits and vegetables, homemade pastas and sauces, whole bean coffees and cold brew, and fresh meats. Other goodies are on hand as well, including ceramics, llama wool rugs, breads, and soaps. The market is held Saturday mornings in Downtown Tomball.
2015 West Main Street
Tomball, TX 77375


Tomball Museum Center
Step back into the first days of Tomball when you visit the Tomball Museum Center. The center is made up of a collection of historical buildings that provide a glimpse at what life was like for the town’s settlers in the mid-19th century. Browse the collection of antiques at the 1860 Griffin Memorial House, then get an up-close look at 1800’s farm equipment at The Farm Museum. This living history museum also includes a 19th-century Lutheran church, a schoolhouse, fellowship hall, and doctor’s office. 
510 North Pine Street
Tomball, TX 77375
(281) 255-2148

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Tomball, Texas
401 Market St.
Tomball, TX 77375
281.351.5484
www.ci.tomball.tx.us
Tomball, Texas

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