Things to do in Hedwig Village TX

Hi friends, today I'd like to talk about the quiet and one of the small city in Texas, the city of Hedwig Village. With a population of 2,370 it's easy to feel right at home here in this city full of history, and you don't need to venture far out to find lots of exciting things to do or fantastic places to eat!

Places To Experience

Houston Arboretum & Nature Center - This 155-acre urban nature sanctuary offers nature trails, exhibits, workshops and events designed to educate Houstonians and visitors of all ages about the natural environment.

Houston Art Trail – this has a number of public sculptures displayed throughout the city. These sculptures range from realistic to abstract and come in many shapes and colors.

Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park – The Waterwall is one of Houston’s most beloved, iconic landmarks. To stand in its mist and be enveloped by the gentle roar of cascading water is one of the city’s most memorable experiences. Walking along its lush canopy of towering live oak trees while in the heart of one of the largest business districts in the nation is inspiring.

iFLY Indoor Skydiving – iFly in the Houston area has state-of-the-art wind tunnels, and is open to all ages. You don’t need to have any experience either—they’ll teach you! Whether you’re planning your next corporate team building outing, a birthday party, or a fun activity with friends, iFly could be the unique experience you’re looking for!

The Escape Game Houston – We provide you with a unique and exciting experience. You and your team will enter an immersive environment where you’ll have 60 minutes to follow clues, solve puzzles, and complete your mission! You might escape. You will have fun!

Parks To Visit

Hedwig Park -This park features a playgrounds, swings, and covered picnic tables.

Briarmeadow Park – The park is a neighborhood favorite, featuring two playgrounds, tennis courts, picnic areas and open green space. The nature view and shade is beautiful, and the seating is good.

Susan C. Kellner Pocket Park – This park offers many ways to keep your children entertained. There are slides, swings, and other playground equipment. The park is also not too crowded.

Spring Valley Village City Park – This park is the perfect place to hang out with friends! This park includes two basketball courts and three tennis courts. Plus, there’s a walking path around the perimeter of the park, perfect for morning runs or casual strolls.

Briarbend Park – This park is a nice option for families. It has a playground, picnic tables, and a gazebo. This park is safe and located in a good neighborhood. There is an open field, a playground, a gazebo, benches, picnic tables, and several trash cans. Behind the park is an entrance to a canoe launch—a great option for those with young children or who enjoy spending time outdoors.


The Buffalo Grille – Buffalo Grille is owned and operated by the 7th generation of our Texas family. They offer a wide array of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options.

Ember & Greens – This is a casual restaurant and bar in the Memorial neighborhood, serving up coal-fired creations and craft cocktails. The menu features health-conscious comfort food.

Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette-Memorial – This restaurants offers several choices on our charcoal- and applewood-burning grill including fish, steaks, spare ribs, chicken and burgers. We have a little bit of everything to please every palate.

Nick’s Place – This is a neighborhood grill, with roughly 40 TVs for watching sports, pizza, Italian sandwiches & cold beer.

Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse – This is an upscale Brazilian chain feature all-you-can-eat meat carved at your table, along with an extensive salad bar.

Southwell’s Hamburger Grill – This counter-service chain, offering burgers, sandwiches, shakes and sides in a casual space, is a neighborhood favorite.

The Union Kitchen – This eatery offers creative, locally sourced American fare & is known for its variety of burgers and friendly atmosphere.

Wrapping Up

There is so much to do in and around Hedwig Village. We might have missed some favorites, so be sure to share with us any new finds. You can email us, leave a comment below, or tag us on Instagram! @jordanschilleci


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