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City of Katy Attractions
City of Katy Railroad Park and Railroad Museum

5615 First Street, 77493
281.391.8400

The new City of Katy Railroad Park houses the old MKT Depot which serves as an Information and Tourist Center for Katy.  A caboose and the elegant Verdin Street Clock graces the park. 

Katy Heritage Museum

6002 George Bush Dr, 77493
281.391.4800

Vintage farming equipment and artifacts from Katy’s agricultural and pioneering history are on display, along with scores of old photographs and fascinating antiques.
 

Katy Heritage Park

5990 George Bush Dr, 77493
281.391.2550
www.katyheritagesociety.com

The park includes restored historical buildings, including the Wright Museum, the
Featherstone House, the Stockdick House and old Post Office. Concerts are held on the Tradition Bank Bandstand.

Katy Mills

5000 Katy Mills Circle, 77494
www.katymills.com
Katy Mills is a 1.3 million-square-foot dominant retail and entertainment destination. Katy Mills features hundreds of the best names in retail . Mall operating hours are Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Katy Prairie Conservancy

713.523.6135
www.katyprairie.org

A broad sweep of land that stretches from just beyond the Houston city limits, west toward Brookshire, and northwest toward Hempstead, the Katy Prairie has a decidedly unique heritage. Imagine a place close by where families, hikers, bikers, and nature lovers can enjoy the outdoors and wide open spaces. The Flat Out Wonderful Katy Prairie is that place and you are invited to discover the many recreational opportunities on the prairie.  The Katy Prairie Conservancy has already conserved thousands of acres and wants to share them with you. Take a family friendly tour or a more adventurous nature hike during the regular Prairie Discovery Tours or branch out on your own during the Open Trails events. The Katy Prairie Conservancy is working hard to conserve the Katy Prairie for all Texans for all time.  There are many exciting opportunities right next door to you on the Katy Prairie.

Katy Rice Harvest Festival

Named  HCN Katy Sun Reader’s Choice Best Annual Event
Named One of Houston Area's  Top Ten Festivals
Historic Downtown Katy
281-391-KATY (5289)
October 14 - 15
www.katychamber.com

Celebrate Katy’s agricultural heritage with arts and crafts, food, carnival, photo contest, rice cooking contest and continuous live entertainment on two stages. Parade is October 7. 

Leonard E. Merrell Center

6301 S Stadium Lane, 77494
281.396.2562
www.merrellcenter.org

Merrell Center offers many diverse features and a flexible variety of spaces. The 145,000 square foot arena provides residents a local gathering place to enjoy a wide-range of events.

Mary Jo Peckham Park

5597 Gardenia
281.496.2177

32 acre park includes a large playground, miniature golf complex, a large picnic pavilion and a generously-sized, regularly-stocked fishing lake.  Other features of the park are: a lighted walking trail; a gazebo; restrooms; picnic tables and barbeque grills; a tropical fish pond; a community center with exercise room.

 
Old Town Katy

North of I-10 and Pin Oak
North of I-10 you can explore the “Heart of Katy”. Old Town Katy offers a unique shopping experience in a small town atmosphere a mere 15 miles from the hustle and bustle of our Nation’s fourth largest city. Discover one of a kind antiques, stores, restaurants, gift and specialty shops, arts and crafts and more.

Veterans Museum

6202 George Bush Dr
281.391.8387

The “G.I. Joe Museum” in VFW Park features exhibits of every foreign conflict involving the US.  It also recalls the careers of the 130 members of the VFW group, which includes men and women from every branch of the armed forces who served in combat.

  
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