Stafford is a city in the U.S. state of Texas, within the Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area. The city is mostly in Fort Bend County, with a small portion in Harris County. As of the 2010 census, Stafford's population was 17,693, up from 15,681 at the 2000 census. As of 2015 the population had risen to an estimated 18,459.
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5 based on 55 reviews
Beautiful temple as nice as many in India.
Craftsman ship is very impressive and facility is fully functional.
Amazing place in the Houston metro area.
Nice to see in a multicultural city.
If you can’t make it to India, this is very close.
Peaceful place for inner reflection.
I highly recommend a visit here.
4.5 based on 260 reviews
Constellation Field is home of Sugar Land Skeeters (Atlantic League pf Professional Baseball) as I understand it's one notch higher then AAA. Excellent venue. Some covered seating but mostly Open seating. Gets very hot in the summer. Great for family outings without shelling out big bucks for the Astros.
4.5 based on 41 reviews
I have been here several times for events and live bands. The atmosphere is great. Definitely redneck, they have lawn chairs and a General Lee, but classy. Very clean, great bathrooms. Drink and food prices are reasonable.
A must see venue, and definitely consider holding your next function here. Lots of parking, too.
4 based on 19 reviews
Wonderful improvement to the golf course and the dining areas since Missouri City took over the once privately owned club.
We go there from time to time for lunch.
Food has always been good, however, service is slow and some wait staff needs more traning, as they are forgetful and slow to react to requests.
4.5 based on 105 reviews
We had time to kill, so went there . Got the AARP discount, so was only $10 for the 2 of us . We took no kids and there were only about 4 kids there during our visit. We could do all the hands on activities without waiting . We could also take the time to read everything . They have some beautiful minerals and great fossils .
4.5 based on 28 reviews
First time at this theater. Great leather reclining chairs and small, updated theaters holding 40 people. Reduced prices before noon. Lots of food/drink choices. Only thing different from usual theaters - you pick your seats when you buy your tickets. You can do that online but there's a $3 service charge that way. No service charge if buying in the theater. All in all, a very good movie experience.
5 based on 5 reviews
Escape Room Games Missouri City/Sugar Land will provide you with a memorable live-action fun experience with your family, friends, and co-workers. Our escape rooms combine storytelling, puzzle solving, and team work in a social atmosphere. You will be given a mission, then “locked” in a room and only have 60 minutes to escape. Re-imagine the way to have fun.
We brought a group of kiddos ages 9-12 to try our luck at DaVinci's Workshop and had a blast. This business just opened about a month ago, so the room was in great condition and everyone that worked there was wonderful. The Game Master was...MoreThanks for your kind words and taking the time to write a review. We strive to provide the best escape room game experience as possible because life is too short to not have more fun.
5 based on 2 reviews
Wonderful gardens with wonderful guides. This is a partnership with the Smithsonian Institute, and several local organizations. Call Jan Fischer 325-642-7527 at the chamber of Commerce for an incredible tour of Goldthwaite! She will take you to the retail store for Pecan.Com and many other local stops you will never know about without Jan.
4 based on 117 reviews
First time to see a concert at this venue and MercyMe was wonderful. The center itself is amazing and beautiful but I have to say the parking is a chaotic nightmare. We arrived with plenty of time to spare and were in view -actually walking distance to the center but we were in lines of cars to park for almost an hour!! Finally, when we were at the end of our trial of trying to find a way out of the parking congestion one of the many parking attendants who stand around and do nothing but talk to each other and wave their red lights around, clueless about what to do...I just had to be directed to park in a "white lined" area that was not even a parking lot. We missed half of the first bands performance and there were many many more people still out in that mess trying to somehow find where to park. disgraceful....just so unorganized....and all of that cost an extra 15.00 to park.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
The Stafford Center is in Stafford, TX, a suburb of Houston. It's a smallish (1,104 seats) entertainment venue specializing in what I am going to call second and third tier entertainers. By this I mean 'package' oldies shows (groups from the 50s and 60s that have some/most/all of the original members,
The advantage to the place is first its size. You can, for very little money, be right down front. Second, is the seats are great. You'd think it'd be folding chairs, bu instead it's furnished with high quality seating that is not tightly packed. Third, drinks and snacks are low cost. They're served form coolers at barely above actual cost.
Just a great place for a show!!
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