Sugar Land, Texas was established in 1957. The city is named after the land's sugar plantations that produced a large majority of sugar for the U.S. in the 19th and 20th centuries. This city is one that is fast-growing and offers many gorgeous parks to visit. Sugar Land Memorial Park at the Brazos River Corridor is a 150 acre park along the Brazos River offering plenty of recreational activities to be enjoyed both on and off the river with numerous awe-inspiring veteran memorials to stop and take in along the way. Cullian Park is a 750 acre park where one can enjoy a relaxing picnic, bird-watching, exploring the trails and walking the boardwalk along the lake. Oyster Creek Park is a public park featuring a scenic pond with a relaxing water fountain, an amphitheater, trails, nice grassy areas to relax and art displays to view. Sugar Land is also home to the Houston Museum of Natural Science, a museum featuring many dinosaur fossils in the Hall of Paleontology, a planetarium, butterfly center and an aquarium! Dueling Pianos International is available for show bookings in Sugar Land, Texas and the surrounding area!