Named for the magnolia trees that grow in the area, Magnolia is a small town in southwestern Montgomery County near Houston. It is known for its small-town charm and serene way of living. You will love the close-knit atmosphere of Magnolia.
Students who live here are most likely to attend Magnolia Independent School District which houses 15 total schools with events and regular board meeting scheduled throughout the year.
Magnolia is proud to host The Texas Renaissance Festival each year in its award-winning Unity Park, a 30-acre park and wildlife preserve. This family-friendly event attracts people from across the country to take part in Medieval festival traditions. Have a royal seat at the King’s Feast and munch on giant turkey legs, camp with your family and friends or feast your eyes on a number of live performers. The Texas Renaissance Festival is a hometown fall favorite that you won’t want to miss! With so much to do and see, you may even want to go more than once in a single season!
In Magnolia, you can enjoy a range of cuisines from Mexican food to hometown cooking. See for yourself and visit Magnolia eateries like Eden Cafe, Julio's Mexican Grill, Las Fuentes Mexican Restaurant & Bar and Jax Burgers Fries & Shakes. When it’s the right season, The Crawfish Joint is one of the best spots to enjoy southern staples like crawfish and catfish, as well as other game day favorites like burgers and wings.
View street art at The Magnolia Stroll, also located in Unity Park. Test out your swing at the High Meadow Ranch Golf Club or pick your favorite selection of produce at the Farmer's Market on Tamina. Just a short drive from The Woodlands, Magnolia is close to other areas with plenty of shopping and entertainment options. On top of your everyday shopping items, Magnolia is a coveted place to look for antique or vintage clothing, jewelry and furniture. Explore some classic finds at places like Shabby Chic Texas, Nana’s Main Street Cottage and Birds of a Feather Antique & Vintage Marketplace.