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Pasadena Little Theater
The first season began in 1955-1956 and featured shows like 'Ring Around Elizabeth' - 'The Silver Chord' - 'Night Must Fall' - and still going strong over 50 years later with features like: 'How Green Was My Brownie' - 'NunSense' - 'A Few Good Men' and more. Come and enjoy the show.
Armand Bayou Nature Center
Visit this astonishingly beautiful part of the Texas Gulf Coast and "reconnect with nature". Visitors can learn about our plant and animal inhabitants, bird-watch, hike on the Nature Center's trails or view our live animal displays of snakes, alligators, turtles, hawks and bison. A visit to the Center's Martyn Farm will take you back in time to late 1800's farm life in Texas. Make reservations to see the beauty of Armand Bayou on the "Bayou Ranger", an electric pontoon boat, or on a guided canoe tour.
Heritage Park and Museum
Guests can tour the historic Pomeroy House and Strawberry House, view distinctive antiques and memorabilia from the area's first settlers, and hear the amazing stories of perseverance and commitment that helped build Pasadena into the strong, thriving city that it is today.
Red Door Theatre Company
Producing new & original theatrical productions as well as re-worked "classics". The primary mission of the Red Door Theatre Company (RDTC) is to entertain, energize, inspire, educate, represent, & stimulate the diverse community from which we draw our strengths. RDTC exists because there is a need for powerful & dynamic theatre that is uniquely driven to share the love & passion for creative vision.
San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site
Battleground, Monument & Battleship Texas - The famous Battle of San Jacinto that brought Texas its independence was fought on this site. Texian troops under General Sam Houston achieved the independence of Texas by defeating a Mexican Army led by General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna on April 21, 1836.
San Jacinto Museum of History
Experience the world’s tallest monument tower. Witness revolution in the Jesse H. Jones Theatre for Texas Studies. Discover our nation’s past among the museum’s many exhibits and antiquities. And walk the battlefield that gave birth to the American West.
Convention Center - City of Pasadena, TX
The Pasadena Convention Center is a 2,850-seat multi-purpose arena With more than 40,000 square feet of air conditioned space, more than 63,000 square feet of outdoor covered space, and 100 acres of fairgrounds space, in Pasadena, Texas, USA. It hosts locals sporting events and concerts.
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