19 Aug

7 Things to do when you move to Pearland

Pearland has been home for us for over twenty-five years. We have seen it go from a small suburb to a thriving mid-sized city. There are countless reasons why it is such a wonderful place to call home. From safe neighborhoods to stellar schools to a strong local economy, Pearland has much to offer its residents.


In saying that, for those of you who will be relocating to the area, either coming from other Houston areas, or from out of state, there are so many things you can do here that are full on excitement and fun.


We have come up with seven things that you should put at the top of your list when you settle in after moving here.


Eat dinner at Killen’s BBQ

Consistently ranked the top barbeque restaurant in the city, it is where going to for dinner. Killen’s has it all, from spare ribs to savory barbeque chicken. You will leave there happy that you stopped by for dinner.


Experience the Arts & Crafts on the Pavilion this fall

Every October, the city hosts a spectacular arts and crafts festival. Vendors from all over the city and state come together to provide Pearland residents with beautiful art, fun activities, and entertainment.


Have a picnic at Independence Park

This park is scenic and perfect for an afternoon picnic. Enjoy its openness and close access to nature trails.


Get your skate on at the Pearwood Skate Center

Dust off your skates and enjoy an afternoon or night of skating. Friday night is teen night and on Saturday’s they are open till 10:30. The Pearwood Skate Center is definitely an activity to cross off of your to-do list in Pearland


Enjoy Shakespeare at the Pearl Theater

The local theater puts on weekly shows of Romeo and Juilet along with other popular and beloved plays. The theater even has a youth division if your child has the acting bug.


Check out the Pearland local bat colony

For something a little off of the beaten path, check out the local bat colony found under the Fite Bridge.


Spend a Saturday at the Bigs Batting Cages

Let your inner baseball or softball star come out and hit a few balls at this indoor batting cage. It is open daily until 9pm.


Which activity are you going to dive into first? We say take a visit to Independence Park first and enjoy a summer evening under the stars.







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