Adjacent to the city of Richmond in Fort Bend County, Rosenberg is full of shops, dining experiences and a historic downtown. Only 30 minutes away from downtown Houston, Rosenberg offers small town appeal with a population of over 30,000 people.
When you dine in Rosenberg, it’s like you’re traveling back in time. Take a trip to the 1950s and grab a fountain soda or old fashioned shake from Another Time Soda Fountain & Cafe. Indulge in another refreshing treat at Bob’s New Orleans Style Sno-Balls. Explore a variety of other old time eateries like The Old Main Street Bakery, Ol' RailRoad Cafe, Schulze Family Restaurant and Fresh N Best Donuts.
Other ways to experience the past include a trip to George Ranch Historical Park to see how real Texas cowboys lived. The Rosenberg Railroad Museum is located near three train lines that are currently running. Complete with real railroad artifacts, the historic Tower 17, and a fully restored vintage railcar—there’s so much to do and see. The Rosenberg Railroad Museum is proud to be a registered 501(C)3 nonprofit organization loaded with activities and information for those who enjoy Texas history.
When the outdoors is what you’re looking for, visit the nearby Brazos Park on Houston Street and explore 11.26 acres of land with plenty of shaded areas available. Make it a weekend of Texas fun with your grilling skills at one of the park's outdoor barbeque areas. Children can play on the playground set up in the center of the park, while others are welcome to enjoy the basketball court. So get a team together and celebrate the great outdoors in spacious Rosenberg.
Students in this area are likely to attend Lamar Consolidated Independent School District. Enjoy a suburban lifestyle with the perks of big-city living nearby with Rosenberg. Sit back, relax and enjoy the quiet community and all it has to offer.