5100 7th Street
Bay City, TX 77414
Phone: (979) 245-9300
Fax: (979) 245-2250
Located on Fifth Street, in Richmond city of Fort Bend County in Texas, the John M. and Lottie D. Moore is home to the Fort Bend Museum complex. Constructed in 1883, the structure depicts the Victorian and Classic Revival styles of architecture, and is an elegant sight. It is predominantly a two-storied, wood-frame house with its extravagant front facade and porch. Gaining tremendous historic significance over the years, the site made it to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
The Church of the Guardian Angel is a stunning little church which was built in 1913. Constructed is the Gothic Revival style, it is one of the oldest wooden buildings prevailing in Texas. The exteriors as well as the interiors of the church are mesmerizing. Three bell brass bells hang beautifully at the tower while the stained glass on the interiors add to the soothing ambiance. Regular services, ceremonies and religious practices are held at the church.
Sugar Land Town Square is a hub of activity with the major shopping, dining and entertainment options located here. This place is also a popular venue for major events, community functions and events that are conducted here. If you are looking to have a day out or simply explore the culture of the city, this place guarantees the best. There are several office building and commercial complexes in this area as well. An ideal hang out spot in the city, Sugar Land Town Square is a must visit for you.
The little patch of green that is the Oyster Creek Park is located in the southeastern part of the city of Sugar Land. A quintessential recreational space, the park features excellent facilities like an amphitheater, picnic tables, water fountain, grills, and a rose garden. The amphitheater in the park is a prominent stage in the Parks and Recreation Department's activities and events, being the venue for the department's Concert Series and Red, White & Blue Fest. Do call to know more.