Sugar Land Auditorium

226 Lakeview Dr
Sugar Land, TX 77498 ‎


Historic Sugar Land Auditorium was restored to the cultural arts center it once was in the community, thanks to the nonprofit Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation.  

Built in 1918 by the Imperial Sugar Company, Sugar Land Auditorium is the oldest public building in Sugar Land.  It once served as the site for all important community events, including graduations, plays, church services, dances, recitals, band concerts, and silent movies.  The historic building is located adjacent to Lakeview Elementary School.

The interior of the 394-seat auditorium has been fully restored and upgraded with air conditioning, sound and lighting equipment.  Phase 2 restoration included the repair and restoration of the exterior of the historic landmark, the construction of dressing rooms, a green room, storage areas and loading dock as well as restoring the historic rooftop balustrade. Phase 3 included patron restroom facilities, recreation of the historical covered pergola, and finishing touches on the interior and exterior of the building.



For more information about the Sugar Land Auditorium, call 281.313.0752 or email

Sugar Land Heritage Hike

Sugar Land Auditorium is one of many stops on the Sugar Land Heritage Foundation's Heritage Hike. These docent-led tours take place 10:00 am – 11:30 am on the Second Saturday of every month.  

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