Katy, Texas, a suburban city outside of Houston, was officially established in 1945. Until the late 1800's, Katy was known as "Cane Island" for the canes that grew out of the creek in the area. This fast-growing city offers plenty of activities for your enjoyment. Katy has many beautiful parks for those who enjoy relaxing outdoors. The Katy City Park, Katy Heritage Park, Willow Fork Park and the Mary Jo Peckham Park are all open to the public year-round. The Typhoon Texas Water Park features plenty of waterslides, a lazy river, tidal wave pools and even private cabanas to enjoy a variety of great food and drinks under. For those who prefer their adventures indoors, Momentum Indoor Climbing Katy is a 36,000 square foot building offering rock climbing for both children and adults and is the largest indoor climbing center in the Houston area. The city also offers a few museums for a more relaxed setting such as The Johnny Nelson Katy Heritage Museum, Katy Railroad Museum and the Katy VFW Museum. With plenty of centers for shopping, many great restaurants and bars to choose from and quite a few entertainment venues, there are endless possibilities for fun! Dueling Pianos International is available for show bookings in Katy, Texas and the surrounding area!