Sleep Inn & Suites Pearland - Houston South
1908 Country Place Parkway
Pearland, TX 77584
Phone: (832) 230-3000
Fax: (832) 230-3001
Tom Bass Regional Park is a capacious venue that stands in good stead of a lively experience for both young and old. The park has countless amenities that come under the various sections that Tom Bass is divided into. There's an amphitheater that holds events, cricket fields, Frisbee golf courses, well-equipped pavilions with barbecue pits, fish ponds and many other attractions that make for a perfect picnic spot here. The park is so full of activities that every bit of it makes the visit completely worth it.
St. Agnes Church also known as the March of Faith Ministries, strives to establish a community that is complete in body, mind and soul with God. Under the guidance of Gene A. Moore Sr. the church has helped in bringing about a difference to the lives of many people through the word of God. And it is in this regard that various events are conducted in the church as also for the wellness of the community at large.
The West was settled by disenfranchised people of all kinds, hoping to build a new and better life for themselves. Afro-Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans and women were an integral part of our Western heritage and their historical role is celebrated at this unusual museum. The museum, located on a working, 150-year old ranch, houses art and interactive exhibits and offers tours and lectures. There's even horseback riding and a petting zoo thus making it a fun stop for families with kids. Call ahead to schedule a visit as this museum is open by appointment only.
Greater St. Matthews Baptist Church is the result of the efforts of many dedicated reverend sisters and priests. Since its inception, the church has consistently been growing—spiritually as well as in the number of devotees visiting it. The ambiance is warm and welcoming and all your worries and troubles are left far behind. There is always something happening at Greater St. Matthews Baptist Church like the Youth Hip Hop Night, the Annual Men's Day Concert, a fund raising event by the name Vision-Provision and Spring Revival to name a few.
Masjid Al Huda is more than a prayer house for the Muslim community. Lectures and seminars are arranged to create an awareness amongst the Muslim youth about the tenets and principles of Islam. Festivals and religious days are also celebrated here.
NRG Park (formerly Reliant Park) serves as Houston's top venue for trade shows, conventions, sporting events and entertainment. The complex is comprised of the NRG Astrodome, NRG Stadium, NRG Arena and NRG Center. The stadium is known as one of the largest and most versatile venues in Houston. This is the home of the Houston Texans and the famous Houston Livestock show and Rodeo.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Al Shareef Masjid organizes lectures and seminars and also celebrations of the Muslim festivals. Prayers, meetings and discussions are held to keep the community informed.
Almeda Masjid located on the Almeda Road is a place for Muslim worship and other services. The Muslim community prays and celebrates festivals here. Spreading awareness about Islam and principles established by Prophet Muhammed is the main objective of the Masjid.
Situated in the lovely Hermann Park, the Houston Zoo is home to more than 4,500 animals and over 800 species. Experience a true wildlife adventure as you check out the lions, Komodo dragons, flamingos, tigers, gorillas, bears, and bats, just to name a few! There is a wonderful Natural Encounter area where you can get up close and personal with otters and meerkats; and be sure to take a spin on the Wildlife Carousel, featuring hand-carved and decorated animals that showcase many endangered species of the world. If watching the animals eat makes you hungry yourself, there are two outdoor concession stands and one indoor dining area. Get ready to spend a day with the animals as you learn more about the beauty and wonder of the natural world.
Houston will be forever grateful for George Hermann's generous gift of land in the early 1900s. The park spans over 425 acres and is so popular it has been dubbed the "People's Park." People from all walks of life gather here for various events throughout the year. A monstrous statue of Sam Houston welcomes you to the park. Those seeking an educational outing for themselves or the kids will find many options inside the park. The Museum of Natural Science, Houston Zoo, Burke Baker Planetarium and an IMAX theater are all popular attractions. Lighter family entertainment is available in the form of pedal boats, train rides and a horse stable.
This church reflects the 15th century Church of Maria de Miracoli, a work of Pietro Lombard in Venice. The eminent architect, William Ward Watkin, designed Palmer Chapel in 1927 and collaborated in the design of the first building, Autry House, constructed in 1921. Also, Watkin led the construction of Rice University, which is across the street. Later additions to the cloisters and Parish Hall have enclosed the pleasantly arranged courtyard. In the 1980s, two more chapels were built, one of which is used for weekday services. Palmer Church is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Reverends James W. Nutter and Edward l. Stein act as the current rectors. There are two parking lots, one next to Autry House and one next to Palmer Chapel.
The Houston Museum of Natural Science offers a wide variety of exhibits that are worthy of a full day's outing. The three-level live butterfly exhibit will fascinate visitors of any age, as will the dinosaur exhibit in the Morian Hall of Paleontology. The Wiess Energy Hall and the hall of Gems and Minerals are also worth a visit. If you need a break, enjoy an IMAX film or sit in on one of Burke Baker Planetarium shows.